TSA Goons Assault Sen. Rand Paul

John Seiler:

The centralized tyranny in the United States has gone too far. It now is assaulting Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

After the TSA’s microwave “scanners” broke down, Paul was ordered — like a concentration camp inmate — to undergo a full body pat-down. He refused. The last word is that the TSA is detaining him.

Sen. Paul obviously is the son of Rep. Ron Paul, who is running for president. Ron finished second in the New Hampshire Primary.

Ron also has sponsored the American Traveler Dignity Act, which would stop the TSA/KGB from molesting us.

So this obviously was retaliation for the father’s attempt to lessen the police-state total control usurped by the TSA.

I recently flew from Orange County to Sacramento and back again. I refused to walk through the new imaging machine. I don’t want to be microwaved like a TV dinner.

So both times they forced me to submit to a pat-down. Total humiliation. I’ve never been arrested, so that never happened to me before.

Basically, now government does anything it wants, all the time, to anyone.

The excuse is to “keep us safe.” But that’s the lying excuse police states everywhere use to terrorize their own people.

Officially, America now is a tyranny.

Jan. 23, 2012

UPDATE 10 am: ABC News is reporting that the TSA eventually released Sen. Rand Paul from its gulag

But it’s worth remembering that Sen. Paul could have been “disappeared” under the new the National Defense Authorization Act. The NDAA was opposed by Sen. Paul, but overwhelmingly passed by both Republicans and Democrats in Congress. It was signed into law by President Obama on Dec. 31, 2011.

Under the NDAA, the federal government can arrest anyone without a warrant, imprison or execute him without a trial, and tell no one about it.

The NDAA is the reign of absolute tyranny in America.

Welcome to the American Gulag.

 

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  1. Beelzebub
    Beelzebub 23 January, 2012, 10:20

    This is still an evolving story. But if TSA detained the Congressman enroute to DC to participate in a legislative vote it would be a black-letter violation of US law and the US constitution.

    And it’s not just the government who are the bad guys here. The private airlines are willing accomplices. Have you seen any of the airlines protest these gropings and naked scans of their ticket-buying customers? I haven’t.

    The solution is to stop flying. Instead of flying to Vegas or San Francisco – take a train or drive. If you willingly participate in this game nothing will change. It’s a way to desensitize the public and a means of conditioning them to them submit to the oligarchs. And it’s working.

    And where are the Tea Partiers??? Why aren’t thousands of them protesting at airports across the country???

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  2. Bob
    Bob 23 January, 2012, 12:29

    They are going to make an example out of him. They are going to show what’s in store for people who don’t do what they want.

    How many more people in congress are going to be critical of the TSA if it will be open season on them every time they try to travel?

    This government is totally out of control. It is both fiscally and morally bankrupt.

    If some of the people who founded this country were around today they’d over throw this POS government in 2 seconds.

    This is a government of the criminals, by the criminals and for the criminals and is the greatest criminal enterprise the world has ever known.

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  3. Beelzebub
    Beelzebub 23 January, 2012, 13:06

    “How many more people in congress are going to be critical of the TSA if it will be open season on them every time they try to travel?”

    That’s what I found strange about this story. I thought that congressmen and women were exempt from TSA screenings. I thought as long as they contacted security in advance that they were whisked through the side door used for celebrities and dignitaries. Hell, if they can use inside information accessed through confidential sources not available to the general public to buy stock (which would be a crime for you or me) why would they be subject to the same security screenings at our airports?

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  4. Bob
    Bob 23 January, 2012, 15:49

    I believe that only applies to certain congress critters like the speaker of the house/majority leaders.

    This security theater has nothing to do with security. It’s all designed to make sure the sheeple know who’s in charge.

    I mean if the sheeple will let this criminal government take irradiated nudey pictures of them and feel them up, what won’t they let the sheeple let the gummit do to them?

    And that applies to all but the top criminals in gummit. The average house or senate member is to be tagged and bagged like the average sheeple.

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  5. Beelzebub
    Beelzebub 23 January, 2012, 22:11

    Just for grins I wanted to post this:

    Tim Thomas, the goaltender for the NHL Boston Bruins, turned down an Obama invitation to visit the White House with his team. He explained why he turned down the invitation in a letter. A real man of principle and honor. You don’t find many pro athletes like him. His bio shows that he was born in Flint, MI. Isn’t that where Michael Moore was born and raised? Tim Thomas doesn’t strike me as a pro-union guy though.

    http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=613279

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