Not satisfied with just sexually assaulting Americans at airports, TSA is gearing up to molest people traveling by train, bus, subway, and not to leave any traveler ungroped or oogled, they have mobile VIPR teams to set up road blocks at an intersection near you!
And all this is brought to us by our representatives in Washington, DC. Our government is no longer of the people, by the people, and certainly not for the people.
How can they do this to us you ask. Congress has become an aristocracy bought and paid for by the R&R synagogue of Satan, the Luciferian bankster cartel.
They make laws for us but exempt themselves from those laws. They have retirement and healthcare plans that we could only dream of. They have betrayed us and have become traitors!
By Jolie Lee
The Transportation Security Administration already shares intelligence it collects with airports. Now a House bill would expand TSA's intel sharing to local mass transit systems as well.
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.), the bill's sponsor, said the legislation is a "common sense approach" to fighting terrorism. The House passed the bill May 30 and the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs is now considering the bill.
In an interview with The Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Emily Kopp, Speier said the bill creates "fusion centers" where TSA can provide intel to local law enforcement and emergency management officials.
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"We have put in place through TSA a very elaborate system [in airports]. We all go through those metal detectors and those secondary searches. And we've put a lot of focus on the airlines for good reason. But we have neglected the mass transit components, generally speaking," she said.
Speier said 2 million people fly each day compared with more than 5 million who ride the subway each day in New York City alone. She pointed out that the most recent terrorist attacks have been on mass transit. Also, when U.S. Special Forces raided Osama Bin Laden's compound last year, intelligence gathered revealed the next attack was intended for mass transit.
"The writing is on the wall. We need to be better prepared than we are right now," Speier said.
Transit riders probably won't see more TSA agents in subways or bus stops, though, Speier said. The expanded TSA role falls more on analysts, she said.