Today in TSA

Texas House passes bill banning TSA ‘groping’ :

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas House of Representatives late on Thursday approved a bill that would make invasive pat-downs at Texas airports a crime, after a former Miss USA said she felt “molested” at the Dallas/Fort Worth airport last month.

Transportation Security Administration agents could be charged with a misdemeanor crime, face a $4,000 fine and one year in jail under the measure.

The proposal would classify any airport inspection that “touches the anus, sexual organ, buttocks, or breast of another person including through the clothing, or touches the other person in a manner that would be offensive to a reasonable person” as an offense of sexual harassment under official oppression.

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In public statement, TSA lies about the Constitution:

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    1. Easy! We’ll build a time machine to travel back to the ’90s and steal some of their fancy “metal detectors” and “bomb sniffing dogs.” Then, we’ll enlist the CIA to sneak into Israel and steal their secrets of “profiling terrorists” and “multi-layered, compartmentalized security”

      “But,” you say, “Israeli-style security won’t work in the US!”

      Hrm… Well maybe you should at least attempt some of it? After all, unlike the TSA, the Israelis actually CAUGHT A TERRORIST (using technology from 25 years ago, i.e. sticks and rocks)

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