Today’s word is “inconsistent.”
Say it with me: inconsistent.
If the last week’s events have shown us anything, it’s that the federal agency guarding America’s skies is inconsistent.
Dangerously inconsistent, sometimes.
Consider the outrage over rapper Freddie Gibbs, who slipped a bag of marijuana in his checked luggage on a flight last week. But when the TSA found his stash at the airport, it didn’t report him. Instead, it let him off with a lighthearted warning when an agent allegedly wrote, “C’mon son” on the official “you’ve been inspected” card.
“TSA Watch: These terrorists don’t need to be screened — they have uniforms”