Rep. Paul Broun's Raid (on the TSA)


Today's alternative media reports the following:  (LINK HERE)

"TSA chief John Pistole is under the gun — with at least one congressman calling for his head.

Rep. Paul Broun (R-Ga.) said Pistole has “been totally incompetent in his position” and “needs to be gone” — and he blamed “political correctness” for why the agency is “patting down grandma and children.
“They are totally inept. Mr. Pistole needs to be gone. I think [Homeland Security Secretary] Janet Napolitano needs to be gone,” Broun told POLITICO."

Later in the article we find...
"An official with the Department of Homeland Security, which oversees TSA, says Pistole “has significantly strengthened transportation security for all Americans.”
“John Pistole is a highly respected member of our nation’s counterterrorism community,” said DHS spokesman Peter Boogaard. “The Secretary and the Administration have the utmost confidence in Mr. Pistole's leadership and his commitment to ensuring the safety of all Americans.”

Recently another Congressman Texas Rep. Francisco Canseco (LINK)reported harassment by the Pistole-whipping TSA:
"Texas Rep. Francisco Canseco says he was inappropriately touched in private areas during a run in with the TSA earlier this month at San Antonio International Airport.
“The agent was very aggressive in his pat-down, and he was patting me down where no one is supposed to go,” Canseco, who describes himself as a “limited-government conservative”, told KENS 5 news.
“It got very uncomfortable so I moved his hand away. That stopped everything and brought in supervisors and everyone else.” Canseco added.
When the Congressman said he’d been assaulted, the TSA agent claimed that Canseco had actually assaulted him. The TSA says that neither man was cited in the incident."
Of course John Pistole is a highly respected member of our nation's counterterrorism community - because our nation's counterterrorism community is known for a culture that is not in agreement with the culture of America - a culture based upon the concepts of individual liberty as outlined in our founding documents.

That's why these Pistole and Janet Napolitano have to go - because they ARE the problem.

Our Federal government's job is to protect the individual rights of We the People - that is the foundation of their very existence.  When our Federal government's actions cease to function in their most basic duties - the protection of our individual liberty - they no longer present a value to the citizenry.  They must - according to our Declaration of Independence - be replaced with a government apparatus that WILL protect our individual liberties.  

How is it possible for the TSA to simultaneously protect my life while irradiating me with X-rays at an airport?

How is it possible for the TSA to protect my right against unreasonable search and seizure by illegally searching, and at times stealing my property?

How is it reasonable for parents to both warn their kids against strangers touching them inappropriately and simultaneously allow strangers to touch them inappropriately in uniform?  Wouldn't all a child-molester have to do to gain the child's confidence now be:  simply don a uniform to have their way?  LINK

I applaud Rep. Paul Broun for calling for the ouster of Janet Napolitano and John Pistole.  It's a good start - and yet another long-awaited example that our government representatives are waking up.  Please show them your support for standing with We the People.

Perhaps now that they've come around to the realization that our policies are mis-guided they will consider examining the vast body of evidence available in the real media - the vast body of evidence showing that the foundations of the need for this "security state" are based on monstrous lies.  

We all know that prisons are amongst the most dangerous places on the planet.  It is obvious that it is beyond reason to expect that by turning America into one gigantic prison under lock-down - that we would be "safer."  Isn't the opposite - that we would be in the utmost danger - a more reasonable conclusion?

Thanks again to Rep Broun for standing up for We the People.  I encourage that he be given the support he needs to make sure we all remain free under our law of the land - the Constitution of the United States.


  1. I curse the tsa...daily!

  2. I think that it would be a good experience for each member of congress to go thru the pat down process the next time they fly. Then have their experience recorded and put on Youtube. Maybe this would help change the TSA to something that serves the people and not abuses them.

    1. Thank you Rick, I think that is an outstanding recommendation - that way they would know first-hand what it's like.

      Of course this would have to be done without fanfare - or the TSA, like they did on Thanksgiving once, will modify their process while the cameras are running to make things look "OK" - then return to their thuggery later after the cameras are turned off and public attention has been misdirected back to the latest celebrity photos.


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