Ever wonder where these full-body x-ray scanners came from? How about the official policy of government agent groping at the airports? The PATRIOT Act?
All roads lead to one man: Michael Chertoff. He’s created a nice little business for himself abusing his fellow Americans.
…And today we expose HIS junk.
“Is that a Pistole in your pocket, Nappy, or are you just happy to see us?”
By Rady Ananda
In response to public and pilot outrage at sexual assault by transportation security authorities and to the carcinogenic x-ray machines used to scan flyers, New Jersey lawmakers announced on Monday the introduction of several resolutions banning such practices. Additionally, the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Aviation Operations, Safety, and Security is holding a Transportation Security Administration Oversight Hearing today (10 AM Wednesday).
While Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano seems deaf to public outrage, New Jersey lawmakers are not. Below is the video of the press conference held on Monday:
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