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Head of TSA Tells Us How We Are REALLY Protected. TSA Is Ok With Terrorists On Flights As Long As They Pass Additional Screening.

gale_rossides Well, I feel safer now.  At least those “known and suspected terrorists” will get additional screening.  I have complete faith in the TSA.

YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME!

A person without a weapon can take over a plane.  There are many things that can become a makeshift weapon.  How many people could be injured or killed because one of these animals got on a flight?

(CNSNews.com) – Acting Transportation Security Administration (TSA) administrator Gale Rossides said last week that her agency will continue its policy of screening airline passengers against only a fraction of the 400,000 name Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB) and will continue to allow some terrorists on that list to board planes.
Testifying before the House Appropriations Committee’s Homeland Security Subcommittee, Rossides revealed that TSA will continue with its Safe Flights program, which screens passengers against its No-Fly and Selectee lists, which she described as “important subsets” of the TSDB.
Rossides also revealed that some “known or suspected terrorists” would receive only “additional screening” before ultimately being allowed to board a U.S.-bound plane.

CNSNews.com – Acting TSA Head: Agency to Continue Using only Small Portion of Terror Watch List to Screen Passengers

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