What the TSA really thinks of you—as if you didn’t already know

It doesn’t take many brain cells to figure out that the TSA, institutionally and individually, holds us in contempt. In their eyes, we’re all potential terrorists. Also peons who have to be put in their place. Never mind that we pay their salaries, every penny of their $8-billion-a-year budget, and that they are supposed to facilitate flying, not impede it.

But a fish rots from the head, as the saying goes, and since the TSA’s Criminal-in-Chief John Pistole has made it clear that he thinks we need to be subjugated, no surprise that the entire agency is a stinking carcass.

Despite all the evidence we’ve presented, countless times, there are still millions of people who don’t want to believe it and who prefer to stick their heads in the sand. We know we’ll never change their minds. Such people prefer ignorance.

But for the rest of you, here’s another little peek behind the curtain of the TSA, courtesy of an employee who wants you to know exactly what he thinks of you:

In case you can’t quite see it, here’s the best part:

“You don’t have shit for rights. If you don’t like it shut the fuck up. The Greyhound station is around somewhere.”

This imbecile apparently doesn’t know his agency started infesting Greyhound stations a long time ago.

But hey, what difference does it make? After all, “you don’t have shit for rights.”

Lisa Simeone is a writer, editor, political activist, Glamour Girl, and radio host. She publishes ABombazine, where this originally appeared.

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