Monthly Archives: May 2011

Legalized Assault via Sexual Harassment

World Net Daily has just released this report. If the picture dose not speak a thousand words, and fails to enrage you, you are either dead or a TSA agent.

This is the Government’s way of de-sensitizing the American people to tyranny, and lulling them into a false sense of security. What is being done here has nothing whatsoever to do  with safety, but everything to do with forcing the citizen into passive acquiescence.

The WND Report:

The Department of Justice under Barack Obama’s direction has threatened to make the state of Texas a “no-fly” zone if state lawmakers pursue legislation that would protect airline passengers from having their sex organs groped by Transportation Security Administration officials without probable cause.

The threat came yesterday from U.S. Attorney John E. Murphy, who warned state lawmakers, “Texas has no authority to regulate federal agents and employees in the performance of their federal duties or to pass a statute that conflicts with federal law.”
He said if state lawmakers would move forward with their plans to protect airline passengers from what critics have termed sexual assault in airport security lines, “TSA would likely be required to cancel any flight or series of flights.”

The letter’s impact was immediate, as one state senator told the Tenth Amendment Center he would not pursue his bill. But just as immediate was the outcry over the “tyranny” being imposed by the federal government and warnings that if this year’s bill isn’t successful, there certainly will be more to follow.

State Rep. David Simpson, who sponsored the state plan in the House and notes that it protects federal agents doing constitutional searches, suggested the federal government review the U.S. Constitution, under which its agents are supposed to be acting.


Amerika’s Police State is Not Coming… It’s HERE!

This post is from Kurt Nimmo

Last week it was announced that TSA goons would conduct a grope-down of students during prom night at a Santa Fe high school. The TSA promised to move from airports into the New Mexico high school after two girls said security personnel groped them and a federal judge ruled the TSA should conduct pat-downs at dances or graduations.

On Saturday night, the TSA did not conduct the searches at the Santa  Fe high school as promised. In public schools searching students is now a  well-established practice.

Santa Fe superintendent Bobbie Gutierrez told KOAT News in Albuquerque that instead of TSA goons with blue latex gloves, the  court allowed Santa Fe High School to use state police to search  students.

See the KOAT video here.

The judge’s ruling indicates the federal government and the TSA believe they should be conducting searches. The TSA has moved from airports to train and bus stations. TSA boss Napolitano has said she envisions the agency ultimately groping citizens at malls and hotels.

In February, we reported that the TSA had announced its intention to expand the  VIPR program to  include  roadside inspections of commercial vehicles, setting up  a  network of  internal checkpoints and rolling out security procedures  already   active in airports, bus terminals and subway stations to roads  and  highways  across the United States.

Following the purported killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, New York senator Charles Schumer called for no ride lists for Amtrak similar to the no fly lists currently used in the nation’s airports. Schumer issued his demand after the Pentagon supposedly gleaned  information about terrorists attacks from Osama bin Laden’s home in  Pakistan. The Department of Homeland Security sent an advisory to law enforcement officials around the country stating al-Qaeda  discussed tampering with an unspecified U.S. rail track so that a train  would fall off the track at a valley or a bridge.

The TSA’s declaration that it will move its grope-down operation into not only malls and hotels, but also high schools, is part of the federal effort to acclimate the population to an ever increasing police state.