Why the TSA lawsuit against whole body imagers concerns everyone


TSA declares sorority book could be a BOMB…

The Rutherford Institute has filed a lawsuit against the TSA over its unregulated use of whole body imagers, which have been likened to virtual strip searches, in the nation’s airports. Security experts have described whole body scanners as the equivalent of “a physically invasive strip-search.”

As far back as 2010 The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) said that the program is“unlawful, invasive, and ineffective.” and violated our  Fourth Amendment. But our injustice system found in the governments favor. How many lawsuits will it take to force our government to abide by the Constitution?

“We are the unwitting victims of a system so corrupt that those who stand up for the rule of law and aspire to transparency in government are in the minority.

This corruption is so vast it spans all branches of government, from the power-hungry agencies under the executive branch and the corporate puppets within the legislative branch to a judiciary that is, more often that not, elitist and biased towards government entities and corporations. The whole body imaging scanners are a perfect example of this collusion between corporate lobbyists and government officials,” said John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute.

“We the people’ have not done the best job of holding our representatives accountable or standing up for our rights. But something as invasive as these scanners certainly shouldn’t be forced on the American public without the absolute assurance that it will not harm our health or undermine our liberties...” Whitehead said.

As evidenced by my recent story “police state America invades movie theaters” metal detectors and TSA patdowns could soon be the norm in movie theaters and malls across the country. DHS wants TSA like security in EVERY movie theater in America!

What are you going to do? Put security guards with guns everywhere,” Steve Cooper threw out the idea but was not for it. He added, “I don’t want that.”

This is the same TSA that just declared a sorority book might be a BOMB!

“We had a large group with a large number of bags to be checked and because of a certain item in those bags there was additional screening necessary,” said Bill Begley with Hobby Airport.

A spokesman for the airport says the sorority members were apparently given thick booklets at the convention that could be mistaken for explosives when packed into checked bags. The booklets forced TSA officials to hand check most of the luggage.

“Our souvenir booklet, apparently it’s too thick and because of all the colored photos in it, it appears to look like some sort of plastic explosive,” Tomes said.

This is the ASININE Police State we live in, where a thick book is considered an EXPLOSIVE!

The TSA has expanded its Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response (VIPR) program to perform warrantless searches at various locations, including festivals, sporting events, bus stations and America’s highways.

VIPR teams on America’s highways:

This is our future unless we take back our country, do you want you and your family to be subjected to invasive whole body imagers and warrantless searches on highways, movie theaters etc?


5 thoughts on “Why the TSA lawsuit against whole body imagers concerns everyone

  1. It is far far away from asinine and unknowing in it’s cause and effect. It is the brown shirts and it is handed the stupid card by the joo run media and waved in front of your face until you believe it and accept them as harmless and too stupid to be dangerous. Meanwhile, the burner is slowly set higher.

    No lawsuit in a court run by, owned and constructed by commie-joos will ever provide what is necessary to stop what they are actively creating for you.

    1. Hey Martist, it is sad to acknowledge the fact that our population has been purposefully “dumbed down” for easier control and manipulation by those with the means to do such. It just gets old after awhile.

      1. Aye, that it is, Millard. The only way it can change is when the unspeakable begins. Peaceful revolution has been made impossible at this point. Violence isn’t what I wish for but what other means have they left the People? Open to suggestions. ..:-/

        1. Martist, I am sad to say that I am in agreement. There’s only one way this can be fixed and a lot of blood will spill before all is said and done. I don’t think we have long to wait.

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