TSA: ‘Super Bowl Fans May Encounter VIPR Teams’
Super Bowl provides perfect cover for curtailing civil liberties
January 29, 2014
With the mass distraction spectacle that is Super Bowl XLVIII just around the corner, the TSA is busy ensuring every excited game patron is thoroughly prepared to surrender their civil rights and submit blindly to authority.
On its official blog site, the TSA announced it will be conducting security, not only at the entrance to the MetLife Stadium complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey, but at “local transportation venues, including commercial and general aviation facilities and mass transit” in the form of VIPR squads.
“Super Bowl fans may encounter TSA Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response (VIPR) teams” a recent post on the TSA blog brazenly reveals.
“Most fans are getting to the stadium via mass transit where TSA officers will be conducting security screening at on [sic] the way to the game,” warns the TSA Blog Team, adding that football fans should arrive early to accommodate enhanced, Constitution-infringing security procedures.