Obama Must End TSA Molestations

Obama Must End TSA Molestations

John Seiler:

There’s one thing I want to hear from President Obama tonight in his State of the Union Address: That he is ending the molestation of airline passengers by the perverts at the Transportation Security Administration. Under edicts imposed by Republican President Bush, but fully enforced under Democratic President Obama, fliers — even old ladies and young girls — are routinely grabbed, poked, felt up and otherwise molested by TSA goons.

These Gestapo tactics must stop for America to be free again. Obama needs to stop it. If he doesn’t, he’ll go down in history as one of the world’s worst tyrants.

Things are so outrageous that former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura is suing the TSA for forcing him to undergo a Nazi search:

Former Governor Jesse Ventura has taken steps to sue the TSA and the Department of Homeland Security, naming their chiefs John Pistole and ‘Big Sis’ Janet Napolitano in a lawsuit that will take oninvasive airport pat-downs[READ LAWSUIT]. Ventura first told Alex Jones of his intent to sue the TSA privately back in September while traveling for the making of TruTV’s “Conspiracy Theory,” expressing grave concern about what he viewed as his country’s transformation into East Germany.

Jones recalls Ventura’s outrage at the TSA’s harassing old people in wheelchairs with the invasive new pat-down procedures. The former governor himself is routinely sent to secondary screening due to a hip replacement in 2008, and Jones witnessed him undergo repeated humiliating searches during pat-downs at the hands of TSA. Worse, at airports across the country, even those presenting medical cards describing special needs or equipment from a doctor are routinely ignored as TSA agents demand that medical patients remove urostomy bagsprosthetic breasts or that TSA be allowed to grope a pacemaker patients’ breasts.

“That’s why I want to leave the United States,” Ventura had told Jones at the time. “This is why I go down to Mexico– this is wrong.” Ventura indicated that he was most concerned about the destruction of the 4th Amendment and passing of the America he once knew.

Ventura filed his lawsuit Monday, January 24, 2011 in Minnesota and news reports have namedDavid Olsen as his lawyer. The former governor has indicated that his suit will include violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the 4th Amendment, arguing that he and others with disabilities have been discriminated against and unduly singled out by TSA despite presenting no threat and warranting no reason for lawful search. Further, Ventura has argued that his ability to travel freely has been infringed, hampering his ability to work.


Jan. 25, 2011



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