Chicks on the Right
TSA Allowing Illegals to Fly Without I.D. OR Security Checks
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For the past six months, the Transportation Security Administration - aka "TSA," aka "Remove shoes, spread legs, bend over, and have a nice day!" - has allowed migrants released from the custody of other Homeland Security agencies to board flights and travel to other areas of the country without any form of proper identification.
Yes, the very people who "require" your 90-year-old grandmother with bone cancer and dementia to undergo a full cavity search are allowing "undocumented migrants" to enjoy the luxury of traveling 100% incognito! How neato!
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Here's what the fine and efficient friends at the TSA say on their beloved website: “You will not be allowed to enter the security checkpoint if your identity cannot be confirmed, you chose to not provide proper identification or you decline to cooperate with the identity verification process.”
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According to a report in the Washington Examiner, TSA has "avoided temporarily changing federal policy and also not introduced a permanent solution to address this new phenomenon, despite no indication border apprehensions and mass releases are slowing down any time soon."
"And they're allowing these people to just skip on by security without being searched."
"Right, they just show this little piece of asylum paper - a 'notice to appear' for a court date that they'll never show up for."
"But they don't even have to submit to a search. What if they have a knife on them?"
"These people have already committed a crime and we're letting them onto flights without being checked."
"We might as well roll out the red carpet and give these people a gift basket."
"Welcome! Hey just so you know, we're going to pay for all your stuff and your children's stuff!"
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