According to tweeted photos gathered by JNReports from a Mitt Romney speaking event Tuesday, the Transportation Security Administration was afforded yet another opportunity to flex their groping muscles at a scheduled campaign stop in Van Meter, Iowa.
Speaking to a crowd of more than 1,200 people at, not surprisingly, the Koch Family Farm, Romney stood assuredly safe on stage knowing all members of his audience that afternoon had been thoroughly molested by a TSA goon prior to attending his speaking engagement.
Independent, self-described “Constitutionalist” Iowan blogger The Redhead Writes tweeted pics of the TSA standing around waiting to get their paws on unsuspecting campaign rally attendees.
This should not come as a surprise to anyone that’s been following the nefarious exploits of the Toilet Security Administration.
Back in September, we covered another Romney event in which the TSA were photographed going through baseball caps ensuring that Al-Qaeda terrorists were not hidden within.
Also in Late August, we reported on the TSA running checkpoints at a Paul Ryan speaking event in The Villages, Florida where blogger Javier Manjarres noted, “I counted no less than (6) TSA agents alongside the usual uniformed Secret Service detail-not to be confused with the ‘Men In Black’ looking agents.”
The TSA were also present at both the Republican National Convention in Tampa and the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. Nevermind the blatant absurdness of the events not having anything to do with transportation whatsoever.
Given the numerous occasions on which the TSA has been photographed conducting searches beyond just airport terminals, it’s seems their expansion and coalescence into normal everyday society has reached its apotheoses.
Just this month alone, we’ve been subjected to a barrage of TSA horror stories, such as a dying woman being forced to remove her bandages and having her IV bag full of saline solution broken in full public view, a TSA worker caught stealing $500 from travelers as retaliation for complaining, TSA confiscating cameras and deleting footage, an FBI employee coming forward with a TSA molestation claim, a frequent flyer recounting how the TSA smacked his testicles and the list goes on and on.
All this on top of a bizarre new drink-testing policy witnessed at the Columbus Ohio Airport last month where TSA agents walked around the airport’s departure lounge testing passengers’ drinks even though they had been purchased beyond the initial security checkpoint, and an additional, but equally ludicrous, policy where TSA agents barked “freeze” commands to innocent travelers in a weird kind of subservience drill.
Also, yesterday we reported on the TSA’s consideration, at one time, of a shock bracelet for unruly passengers that apparently would deliver electric shocks if travelers got out of line.
In light of increasingly egregious evidence of TSA abuse, Infowars has commissioned a professional polling agency to gauge the American public’s perception of what exactly constitutes crossing-the-line behavior on behalf of the TSA, and to learn to what extent Americans are willing to give up their dignity and personal freedoms if told it was for the greater good. One question that we’ll definitely ask is if Americans would be willing to submit to anal cavity probes.