Wednesday, March 29, 2017


TSA agents at DFW give 13-year-old boy dressed only in a T-shirt and short pants a pat-down more thorough than the pat-downs made by cops in most cases when arresting felons

We can all feel much safer knowing that the TSA is protecting the flying public from terrorists. Going back some years, we should remember how the TSA saved us from granma terrorists by making 80-year olds remove their shoes. They must have prevented dozens of planes from being blown up by doing that.

Now that it’s not granmas any more, the TSA is giving young boys the terrorist treatment at DFW at least. A Facebook video posted by the suspected terrorist’s mother shows a TSA agent giving a young boy who was dressed only in a T-shirt and short pants a 2-minnute pat-down that was more thorough than the pat-downs made by cops in most cases when they are arresting a felon. Would you believe they even patted down the boy’s bare legs? Well, they did. I suppose they were searching for explosives implanted under his skin.

Jennifer Williamson, the 13-year-old boy’s mother is livid. She said her son Aaron passed through the metal detector Sunday morning without setting off an alarm.

The TSA claims a laptop inside the boy’s backpack set off an alarm and the ensuing pat-down was perfectly proper. TSA released the following statement:

“TSA allows for a pat-down of a teenage passenger, and in this case, all approved procedures were followed to resolve an alarm of the passenger’s laptop.

The video shows a male TSA officer explaining the procedure to the passenger, who fully cooperates. Afterward, the TSA officer was instructed by his supervisor, who was observing, to complete the final step of the screening process.

In total, the pat-down took approximately two minutes, and was observed by the mother and two police officers who were called to mitigate the concerns of the mother.

The passengers were at the checkpoint for approximately 45 minutes, which included the time it took to discuss screening procedures with the mother and to screen three carry-on items that required further inspection."

TSA agents told the mother they would not be allowed to board their flight to San Diego unless Aaron was patted down. Mrs. Williamson says that because of the extra screening their flight took off before they could board it.

Well, the Williamsons may have missed their flight, but all the other passengers on that plane landed safely at their destination because Aaron’s bare legs were thoroughly patted-down.

TSA Akbar!

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