TSA’s New Groping Process So Invasive, They’re Warning Police To Prepare For Complaints

By Matt Agorist

Something ominous is taking place at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) right now, having to do with a more aggressive version of the already invasive pat-down method. The TSA is so certain their new groping method will offend that they have taken action to warn police ahead of time that they will undoubtedly be receiving complaints.

The TSA — one of America’s most corrupt and incompetent agencies whose ostensible job is fighting terrorism — is apparently so unsatisfied with the mere ability to strip search babies, remove colostomy bags, beat up blind cancer patients, and fondle your genitalia, that this week they announced a more invasive physical pat-down.

Taking note of their increased ability to grope anyone who wishes to fly on an airplane, the agency expects passengers to consider the examination unusual.

In fact, as Bloomberg reports,the TSA decided to inform local police in case anyone calls to report an “abnormal” federal frisking, according to a memo from an airport trade association obtained by Bloomberg News. The physical search, for those selected to have one, is what the agency described as a more “comprehensive” screening, replacing five separate kinds of pat-downs it previously used.

“Passengers who have not previously experienced the now standardized pat-down screening may not realize that they did in fact receive the correct procedure, and may ask our partners, including law enforcement at the airport, about the procedure,” TSA spokesman Bruce Anderson wrote March 3 in an email, describing why the agency notified police.

The fact that the TSA is alerting police to the fact that there will likely be an increase in complaints is bad enough. However, their vague details about the newly enhanced sexual assault with the fronts of their hands leave the imagination open for the worst.

On its website, the TSA says employees “use the back of the hands for pat-downs over sensitive areas of the body. In limited cases, additional screening involving a sensitive area pat-down with the front of the hand may be needed to determine that a threat does not exist.”

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“Due to this change, TSA asked FSDs [field security directors] to contact airport law enforcement and brief them on the procedures in case they are notified that a passenger believes a [TSA employee] has subjected them to an abnormal screening practice,” Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) wrote

As the Free Thought Project has pointed out countless times, the TSA has been caught in a myriad of criminal activities — including everything from massive drug trafficking conspiracies to brutal beat downs. Granting this already despicable group of cronies the ability to further dehumanize Americans for the facade of safety is nothing short of irresponsible and tyrannical.

Laughably, the ACI-NA is justifying these enhanced pat-downs by claiming TSA agents aren’t intelligent enough to remember all the procedures.

The pat-down change is “intended to reduce the cognitive burden on [employees] who previously had to choose from various pat-down procedures depending on the type of screening lane,” the ACI-NA wrote in its notice, as reported by Bloomberg.

Now, instead of a dimwitted TSA agent fumbling to remember what pat-down to do in which lane, they can just pull the person off to a secret room and have their way with the front of their hands. Thanks, America!

Of course, when they were pressed with questions in regards to their new molestation techniques, the TSA said they couldn’t comment because “knowing our specific procedures could aid those who wish to do travelers harm in evading our measures.”

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To the average American who buys into the ‘terrorists hate our freedom’ propaganda, this move by the TSA to grant them the legal ability to grope themselves and their children, will be mostly accepted. However, to those of us who pay attention and realize that the TSA has a 95% failure rate at stopping anything from coming through, as well as being a massively corrupt and predatory organization, this move is seen for what it actually is — conditioning for the police state.

Matt Agorist is the co-founder of TheFreeThoughtProject.com, where this article first appeared. He is an honorably discharged veteran of the USMC and former intelligence operator directly tasked by the NSA. This prior experience gives him unique insight into the world of government corruption and the American police state. Agorist has been an independent journalist for over a decade and has been featured on mainstream networks around the world. . and now on Steemit

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14 Comments on "TSA’s New Groping Process So Invasive, They’re Warning Police To Prepare For Complaints"

  1. Do you think it is a coincidence that they are also increasing the censorship and the demonization of Trump?

  2. All that needs to be done is for everyone to eat beans, kraut, broccoli, or the like before going to the airport. A day or two of “enhanced whiffs” should put a stop to that.

    • Betsy Singh-Anand | March 10, 2017 at 12:31 pm | Reply

      I have to fly in 2 months. I plan to eat egg salad, kraut, and (oddly enough) chip dip in plentiful amounts prior to opting out of the “safe” scan 🙂

      • Like the old folk song says, “the answer my friend, is blowing in the wind”……… May the farts be with you, padawan.

  3. Won’t go in the scanners. Unlicensed non medical xray machine NOT subject to routine inspection or calibration & nor operated by medical professionals; yet pregnant women, children & cancer patients told they are perfectly safe with NO research or testing to prove this. Nope I opt out every time. Still encounter the occaisional ASSHAT that gives me a hard time but the pat downs have been fairly respectful [even if stupid] & luggage is within my view. I am old & have fibro & they take heed when I tell them.
    As an aside; I now hate flying & only do it when I have to as my grand kids are too far away for me to drive.

  4. A perfect job for Chester the molester.

  5. The globalists are bound and determined that we will stay home and never travel except locally on foot or bicycle.

  6. They are intentionally HUMILIATING US … this is all about exerting control to remind us who has the power to violate us at will. Remember that govern = control, and ment = mind. As long as we accept government violence, basically, nothing will change for the better.

  7. Americans have given up their personal right to self defense. The Home of the Brave is no longer true. To be personally sexually groped in order to fly is beyond the pale! I have chosen not to put myself in such a disgusting position. I never fly within the US nor into or out of that country. If I am flying somewhere in the Southern hemisphere for instance, I will pick a flight that has no stops in the US. To be constrained from protecting yourself by law is a police state tactic. I’m waiting for a red blooded American to deck the first TSA agent to sexually touch him. If there are no red blooded Americans left then the first strong and brave foreigner being groped. I hope the agent gets what’s coming to him with black eyes and bent out of shape noses. When the court case happens, I hope the accused will proudly defend his God given right to self defense!

    • I’ll be flying from Sydney to Canada later this year to visit family and will either fly via Seoul or pay an extra $1000+ to avoid having to transit at an American airport. I enjoyed several holidays in the United States during the 80’s and 90’s when “Land of the Free” was a fitting description. Travel is risky enough without putting yourself in harms way deliberately. Even if only half of what I read on AP is true about life in America today I’m not prepared to risk it. Just because someone’s wearing a uniform doesn’t automatically confer respect in my book. If someone groped me or a loved one it would turn nasty!

      • Agree 100%! I would and have paid extra to not have to stop in the US. The last time I flew from a third country to Mexico and return, the return flight stopped at LAX before continuing to its international destination. We had to deplane, walk through underground tunnels for what seemed like ages, line up like cattle in endless rows to go through immigration which took about one and a half hours, listen to a lecture about filling out forms correctly and then form another line to go through invasive security. Even though this stop was two hours long, we just about missed our flight. What a damned waste of time and energy. Every other international flight that I have taken where there is a stop in a country other than the destination, has always kept in transit passengers separate and apart, so that immigration and security are not required. Of course the “oh so exceptional” nation on the face of the Earth doesn’t have the brain power to conceive of such a bright idea!

  8. Duh! How are we blissfully going to enter the fema camps if extreme groping is not the norm by then? Getting closer every single day. Soon, TSA will be shaving our heads to board a flight to prevent super-virus du jour…

  9. Nancy Reisiger Rice | March 11, 2017 at 10:07 am | Reply

    Trump should fire them all and change the rules to ones that make sense. Reagan fired 11,000 ATC workers!

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