Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Chattanooga TSA pats down a screaming toddler

You might think a 3-year-old would whiz through security. A child is non-threatening, wears slip-on shoes, and carries little luggage.

Not the case for Mandy Simon who was passing through security with her dad at the airport in Chattanooga, Tenn.

A TSA employee gave Mandy the pat down and she started screaming and kicking her legs. Her dad, Steve, happens to be a TV reporter and caught 17 seconds of the ordeal on his cell phone (watch below).
Why was Mandy searched in the first place? She started crying when she was asked to put her teddy bear through the X-ray machine. This made it difficult for her to walk calmly through the metal detector and she set the machine off twice, which meant she "must be hand-searched."

Somewhere around 99% of the TSA animals masquerading as public employees are of the worst physical and mentally conditioned "humans" possible. Yeah. Ugly and Dumb. One of the reasons we've cut back drastically on our commercial flying. 

I really cannot understand how that father stood there and watched his child be molested by an ape with a badge. As a casual observer I honestly don't know if I could stand there and see a child harmed like that. For me, going to jail for an evening or two isn't anywhere near as dreadful as watching a chimp defile a child.

1 comment:

george said...

i believe that our rights are being took away in the name of terror.we never had any problems until 911 and the government thinks we cant protect our families i am not scared of men in turbins i am scared of this government turning our freedom in america into NAZI GERMANY,thru the patriot act, home land security,the new world order.i am sick to death with this crap and if they keep it up there will be an revolution like you never seen before.