WEB Notes: Is this your idea of ‘making America great again’? Once again more incrementalism. When the pat downs were first introduced there was minor resistance to it, but now it is common place and this more “intimate” approach will not seem like much of an escalation. Where is your back bone people? Apparently fathers do not mind their teenage daughters to be felt up. If this took place in public the father would take action against the individual, but hey this is a TSA guy, they are with the government and they are here to help us. Give me a break. That excuse just helps people sleep at night. How about this young man having his “waist” inspected. Then we have this little boys crotch being touched, apparently this woman does not mind her crotch being touched either. This woman smiles while her breasts are touched and this one is just unbelievable.
Click the links, look at the images and let it sink in just a little. The wool has been pulled over your eyes. The people are molested in plain sight and justify it because, “it’s the law”. No, it is a violation of The Law, your Fourth Amendment rights. As a people we have allowed this to happen, we have allowed our wives, sons and daughters to not only be publicly molested but shown our children it is okay to have your rights removed. We should be ashamed of ourselves for allowing this to happen and even more ashamed of ourselves for voting it into office election after election.
While few have noticed, U.S. airport security workers long had the option of using five different types of physical pat-downs at the screening line. Now those options have been eliminated and replaced with a single universal approach. This time, you will notice.
The new physical touching—for those selected to have a pat-down—will be be what the federal agency officially describes as a more “comprehensive” physical screening, according to a Transportation Security Administration spokesman.
Denver International Airport, for example, notified employees and flight crews on Thursday that the “more rigorous” searches “will be more thorough and may involve an officer making more intimate contact than before.”
“I would say people who in the past would have gotten a pat-down that wasn’t involved will notice that the [new] pat-down is more involved,” TSA spokesman Bruce Anderson said Friday. The shift from the previous, risk-based assessment on which pat-down procedure an officer should apply was phased in over the past two weeks after tests at smaller airports, he said.