An image captured in the Indianapolis International Airport suggests that while some parents are taking these new invasive procedures, some security professionals are getting a laugh out of it.
This picture shows a computer desktop’s image at one security checkpoint in Indianapolis. Here’s the desktop image:
The new TSA rules for pat downs and computer strip searches is causing a lot of uproar at the airport. We as a society need to figure out what is groping and what is frisking. These new machines that undress us in front of another person can and will cause distress among fliers. A traveler that filmed his pat down said something that was spot on. He said that if anyone other the the government touched him that way they would be arrested. I could also see that most religious people will have an issue with the methods being used to secure the airplane. I'm sure Muslims will have issue with putting their family through this kind of treatment. But we must not allow one religion or one group to be exempted from this kind of screening. But knowing the way the government acts with the Muslims, my kids and my mom and dad will get the full load treatment while they walk past. It's just a matter of time before a Muslim terrorist shoves some C4 up his crapper and blowes up a plan. The good news is that George Soros sold all his stock in ISO the company that makes the machines that TSA are using. Who would have figured that the friends of the Democratic Party had so much money to be made? All I know is that when I get patted down I'm asking for a women. You don't think that would bother my wife do you? This will be tested by passengers. And the first time someone blows something up the government will blame the people that protested these machines and pat downs. What do you think about these new TSA rules?