From Matt Agorist:
Earlier this month, a special needs teenager returning home from a brain tumor treatment at St. Jude Hospital was left battered, bloodied and in jail after an encounter with Transportation Security Administration agents at a security checkpoint.
Seventy-two TSA agents are on the DHS terrorist watch list. The blue-gloved bandits have been caught in every crime from smuggling cocaine to sexually assaulting passengers in the bathroom to groping children — yet the American public is forced to keep funding them.
Aside from being a criminal gang of sexual predators and thieves, the TSA is entirely incompetent in their ostensible position of keeping airlines safe. Multiple reports and incidents have pointed out the sheer inability of the TSA to protect anyone.
This facade of protection also comes with a hefty price tag, outside of the forced taxation — long lines. According to CNTraveler.com:
Nothing highlights this notion quite like a recent study conducted by the Department of Homeland security.
According to the report from the House Homeland Security Commission entitled “Misconduct at TSA Threatens the Security of the Flying Public,” nearly half of the TSA’s 60,000 employees have been cited for misconduct in recent years.
In their 29 page report, the word misconduct appears a whopping 237 times!
According to the report:
Almost half of TSA’s entire workforce allegedly committed misconduct, and almost half of that number allegedly did so repeatedly. According to TSA data, from fiscal year 2013 through 2015, almost 27,000 unique employees had an allegation of misconduct filed against them. Moreover, about half of those employees had two or more misconduct allegations filed against them, with some employees having 14, …