Monday, November 22, 2010

TSA Reached in Her Pants To Feel an ABC News Employees Junk

(ABC An ABC News employee said she was subject to a "demeaning" search at Newark Liberty International Airport Sunday morning.

"The woman who checked me reached her hands inside my underwear and felt her way around," she said. "It was basically worse than going to the gynecologist. It was embarrassing. It was demeaning. It was inappropriate."

That search was against protocols and "never" should have happened, TSA Administrator John Pistole told "Good Morning America" today.

"There should never be a situation where that happens," Pistole said. "The security officers are there to protect the traveling public. There are specific standard operating protocols which they are to follow."

In recent days, TSA purposely broke a urostomy bag of a passenger, made a flight attendant take off her prosthetic breast, and felt a shirtless boy's body. In all honesty, the director of TSA must resign his position. TSA Administrator John Pistole needs to prove to us that he doesn't have a pedophile, rapist, and bully mentality because such action we are enduring has gone too far. Pistole said there should never be a situation where that happens is a lie because it happened more than once. Just because it happened to an ABC News employee, Pistole finally admitted fault. MORON!