Patting down toddlers, security failure and whistleblowers: It’s been another interesting week for the TSA

It’s been another interesting week for the TSA.

Let’s start with this unbelievable story about a 17-month-old being patted down at at the Minneapolis airport last Saturday.

The metal on his overalls set off the magnetometer. TSA protocol is to give the child a “modified” pat-down.

Mom tried to record the procedure but was ordered to put the phone away. The report was posted, but later removed from a North Dakota TV news website. How odd.
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