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TSA to police prom

May 24, 2011
Brasscheck TV

The logic of “security” maniacs

Talk about mission creep.

This is brilliant.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Security personnel abuse students (especially attractive female students) during searches.
  2. Students and their families rightfully sue the bastards and the idiots who employ them
  3. Judge orders the TSA to attend the next shake down to make sure it’s conducted professionally and legally.

Voila! TSA to police prom night. Yes, it’s insane. Yes, it’s really happening.

That ought to teach them to complain about security abuses, huh? Next time they complain, I’m sure the judge will assign a TSA agent to the girls’ bedrooms.

If you tired to make this stuff up, no one would ever believe you.

One Comment leave one →
  1. May 24, 2011 7:34 pm

    ???!!? Don’t tell, lemme guess: Muslim terrorists are now masquerading as high school students at proms now, right? What brain dead IDIOT decided that this kind of security at a prom was necessary? I’d like to think he doesn’t get unemployment after having been fired for terminal stupidity, but it doesn’t sound like he was fired. This is just a lovely way to condition our kids to the idea that they have NO rights, not even the right to be secure in their persons unless there is probable cause. Jesus jumpin’ Christ on a pogo stick! My high school in ’73 would have not only failed to show for the prom, they’d have demonstrated, picketed, and we would have likely been joined by a lot of parents as well!

    If it wasn’t for a treasonous SCOTUS this whole TSA mess would have long since been declared unconstitutional and Michael Chertoff would have been arrested and tried for corruption. In this topsy-turvy Bizzarro country we have now though, NO amount of corruption, no amount of propaganda seems to be enough to get anyone’s attention!

    Not only is the damned “Depopulation Agenda’ proceeding like a downhill train, it appears that none of us will be permitted even a shred of dignity on the way to the bottom either. Heinlein had it right when he named this era “The Crazy Years”!


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