By: Arlen Williams
Take just a scoop of what happened to Lara Logan in Egypt and you have what happens to people every day, at airports.
Dana Loesch was the subject and husband, Chris Loesch videoed, yesterday. Their report on the YouTube page is shown below the video here, as well.
Video, “TSA Tyranny: #Ladyparts Petting“
Published on Oct 14, 2012 by Dana Loesch
On the afternoon of October 14th, 2012, TSA agents in terminal four at the Phoenix Airport forced me into a private room where their “enhanced screening” included pressing down repeatedly upon the front of my vaginal area.
It began after I was “randomly selected” for an additional screening which consisted of swabbing my hands with paper strips. The strips were then taken to a machine for analysis and an alarm sounded. TSA agents determined that I had a suspicious, possibly explosive, residue on my hands and required another, “enhanced screening.”
Read here why these tests are unreliable:
I was, of course, aggravated, as we arrived two hours early and already 15 minutes had gone by due to the amount of time I had to wait on agents and the swab. During this time an elderly gentleman behind me and in front of my husband was forced to stand (despite having to use a cane and being unable to do so well alone) and not permitted to lean on anything or given a wheelchair, despite my husband requesting one.
The agents finally gathered my belongings and led me away from the populated security lines to a more secluded area near the private rooms. I asked twice for a public screening and was denied.
They performed the regular pat-down and then the agent informed me that she would be using the front of her hands to “sweep” my groin. She pressed and swept across my crotch three times horizontally and three times vertically. In any other circumstance this would be sexual assault.
The agents themselves were friendly and smiled, yet I was still denied a public screening and no witness of my own present for the screening itself (a second agent was in the room at the time). I had no reason to be angry with the agents themselves, yet I was angry, and still am, at the regulations which require them to routinely violate men, women, and children in the name of a false sense of security.
Read about my similar experience with Providence, RI’s TSA here:
After concluding that I wasn’t a terrorist hiding weapons in my vagina, the TSA agents allowed me to go. They also gave me information about pre-check, which they said would help me avoid such procedures.
Unfortunately, pre-check isn’t available in all airports and innocent Americans shouldn’t be subjected to a full FBI check simply to board a plane. Also, I doubt we would pass the test considering Janet Napolitano put conservatives like me (and many others) on the DHS domestic terror watch list back in April 2009:
They also did it to our vets:
The above is video of what happened this afternoon, filmed by my husband. He filmed it vertically so as to avoid detection. They forced me to stop filming, against their own rules (I wasn’t impeding the procedure and was not near monitors) last time.
Regulations require same-sex TSA groping. So what? Does the Obama administration not also give specific attention to the hiring of homosexuals, as has recently been seen as a sidelight of the Benghazi tragedy and scandal? We very highly doubt homosexuals are screened out of that job. So is it better to be groped by a same-sex homosexual, or by a stranger who may be, than by someone of the opposite sex? Mrs. Loesch is a quite attractive woman who happens to have a high batting average for receiving the vaginal feeley-feel. Huh.
I suggest the following:
- “Airline Flight, Nude Scanning, Groping, Terrorism & Operant Conditioning,” November 16, 2010 (this points out what TSA scanning and groping clearly do to sovereign U.S. Citizens and intentionally so)
- “Witnesses Claim Airplane Underwear Bomber a U.S. Plant,” January 28, 2011 (this is to be remembered as the catalyst event for the TSA surge, much as wars have their real, imagined, or false-flag catalysts)
Gulag Bound needs to follow-up the “Underwear Bomber” story. I would hope to interview the witnesses not long after November 6, or get their validation of a prior and exhaustive interview, if one has been done.