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The Terroristic State Police – The Real Reason TSA Behaves As It Does

January 30, 2012
Ray Peach, RightSideNews

On January 23rd, 2011, Senator Rand Paul was detained at the Nashville airport when a scanning machine reported that something was wrong with his leg. After offering to pull up the leg of his trousers, he was told he was going to be patted down. Paul knew what many don’t, that the scanners are programmed to go off randomly so he requested to go through the scanner again. At this point he was detained – something denied by the Whitehouse because detaining a Senator is a Federal offence.

While Paul’s detention was widely reported, what was not reported was that on April 4, 2009, Steve Bierfeldt, an official for Texas congressman Ron Paul, was detained at the St. Louis Airport, because he had roughly $4,700 in cash from the sales of books and T-Shirts. He was subjected to intense questioning and harassment about where the money came from, and threatened with arrest if he refused to answer; but carrying money on a domestic flight is neither a security threat nor a crime. However, if a passenger can be bullied into mistakenly providing information that is in anyway incorrect, the passenger can be jailed for making a false statement, even if that statement had nothing to do with airport security.  Today TSA checkpoints are increasingly used as an excuse for seizing laptops, cell phones, and other personal items; interrogating and detaining passengers for things that have absolutely nothing to do with aviation security. It should come as no surprise that TSA agents are trained to select passengers not for their risk to public safety, but instead select them for simply questioning or disagreeing with the agents – or at random. As an example, in 2008, CNN journalist Drew Griffin was placed on a TSA watch list immediately after he filed reports critical of the organization.

While we all want to fly safely, it is obvious that TSA is not concerned with public safety. In fact, Rep. John Mica, (R-Fl), who wrote the bill creating the TSA, says it should be abolished.

This raises the question, why does the TSA do this? After all, we see the same behavior all over the country, with the molestation of children and old women, so it isn’t an accident. This article will explain what is really happening – and the answer will alarm you!

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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