Children Trained That Being Taken From Parents & Molested Is Normal
TSA Abducted Child From Mother For Secret Pat Down
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, November 22, 2010
If anyone else abducted someoneâ€™s child and then sexually molested them they would be rightly called a pedophile and locked up for a long time, but when the government does it not only is it deemed acceptable, but it also trains a whole generation of children that being kidnapped by an adult and having their genitals groped is normal.
The TSAâ€™s refusal to spare young children from invasive and degrading pat downs that have outraged Americans is fundamentally impacting parentsâ€™ efforts to protect their kids from sexual predators.
The shocking video last week of a 3-year-old girl screaming â€śdonâ€™t touch meâ€ť as a TSA agent aggressively pats her down was matched by equally disturbing footage which emerged yesterday of a young boy being frisked by TSA workers while half-naked.
These images not only remind us of the fact that, as the Drudge Report highlighted last week, the terrorists have won, but they also threaten to legitimize the sexual molestation of children, so long as itâ€™s performed by someone in uniform.
Indeed, the TSA not only targets children for pat down procedures that amount to little less than perverted fondling, they also do so after removing the child completely from its parents in some cases.
In a chilling story that took place last year but was re-posted on the CNN iReport website today, a mother described how a male TSA agent abducted her son in order to carry out a secret pat down on him while she was forced to stay behind as she became hysterical and began to hyperventilate.
The incident took place at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson airport after a woman was told to wait in a holding area for setting off a metal detector because she was holding her young son who had a pacifier clip hanging from his t-shirt.
I told the TSA agent, who asked me to back up and walk through again, â€śItâ€™s my sonâ€™s pacifier clip, can I put it on the conveyor belt?â€ť the woman writes. â€śMaâ€™am turn around and come back please,â€ť I was told.
Although there were four TSA agents standing around doing nothing, the woman was forced to wait and quickly became worried that she would miss her flight, which was scheduled to leave in 45 minutes. She was unable to even collect her own belongings as TSA workers ignored her pleas, one stating, â€śMaâ€™am you need to wait. I donâ€™t care about your departure time.â€ť