As reported by Linda from WGON on her Brighteon.com channel, the surveillance scheme was actually implemented back in 2010 under Barack Obama. And it represents yet another violation by the Feds of the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.
"It seems that TSA is spying on every traveler using all kinds of techniques, including facial recognition," Linda explains in her video.
"This was started under Barack Obama – are you surprised? – in 2010, under the guise that they are trying to head off any terrorist attack. Well, I don't know how they can head it off because, if you read all of these articles written on this, you'll see that even the TSA workers are saying that this is just a waste of time, it's ridiculous, a waste of taxpayer money," she adds.
You can watch her full video at Brighteon.com below:
Among the types of things that these TSA employees are told to look for include passenger who "fidget, use a computer, have a 'jump' in their Adam's apple or a 'cold penetrating stare,'" to quote Lifezette.com.
In other words, normal human behavior for some people is now considered a "terrorist threat" by the TSA – and Americans have Obama to blame for this mass invasion of privacy and stereotyping of innocent Americans who've committed no crimes.
"They don't have to have any evidence against you," Linds says. "They don't have to have any reason to be following you at the airport ... This is just another act at 1984," she adds, explaining that the TSA has never successfully stopped a single terrorist attack since it was first started by George W. Bush in the aftermath of 9/11.
In the eight years that "Quiet Skies" has been operating, not a single terrorist has been identified or caught, it's important to note. Some TSA workers have even stated that the program is an absolute detriment, as the information gathered "would make passengers less safe."
Those who have been nabbed, however, include "a businesswoman who happened to have traveled through a Mideast hot spot, in one case; a Southwest Airlines flight attendant, in another; a fellow federal law enforcement officer, in a third" – in other words, only innocent people who aren't terrorists.
One of the hopes of many Trump supporters and others who support individual liberty is that the President will very soon address the problem of the TSA, which by definition shouldn't even exist. Forcing air travelers to go through security screenings without probable cause or due process is a violation of the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution, which means the TSA itself is unconstitutional.
Air security should be handled by private companies, just like it was prior to 9/11. Passengers were free to fly without having to be groped and sexually-assaulted by underpaid federal government hacks, many of whom don't even realize that their very jobs violate the Constitution.
"Every aspect of our lives is monitored, recorded, and stockpiled in that great big warehouse that NSA has," warns Linda. "This is just another arm of their encroachment into our lives."
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