Sunday, June 26, 2011

95-Year Old Woman Asked to Remove Adult Diaper by TSA

Jean Weber has filed a complaint with the Department of Homeland Security after her 95-year-old mother was detained and extensively searched last Saturday while trying to board a plane to fly to Michigan to be with family members during the final stages of her battle with leukemia, reports the News-Herald.

Her mother, who was in a wheelchair, was asked to remove an adult diaper in order to complete a pat-down search.

Meanwhile, financial terrorist, Ben Bernanke, gets to go around TSA security. Welcome to Amerika.



  1. Ah, yes. The good old USSA. When people look back at the Soviet Union or Nazi Germany and ask, "how could the people have allowed that to happen", all you have to do is just open up your eyes and take a look around.

  2. Home of the free!!!!??????????

  3. How much more evidence do we need to storm the Bastille? Are we nuts or what? Everyday this country sinks deeper into degradation and not a peep. Look at our fearless leaders, nothing but airheads, passing the Patriot Act, and driving the totalitarian nail deeper every time they re pass this bull shit act, again and again. How can these slutty people sleep and take money to do these depravities. How can you not vomit at news like this? Sick bastards, and bitches. Napolitano should be arrested for this kind of conduct. USA, right, 'you are either for us or against us', what a country. Oh well, let's go for pizza now, the American dream continues.

  4. Scarlett, I just saw a post on this topic on another site I visit- a very gay, very VERY liberal site- and the defenses of the TSA by these so-called liberals is both disgusting and infuriating. I really don't think anything short of a total collapse of the US gov't will stop these insane intrusions. Scary, and sad.

    I hear Chile is nice, though. If I could talk my partner, parents and brother+family to move, I'd emigrate out of the USSA tomorrow.

  5. They have no shame.

    Definition of SHAME

    a : a painful emotion caused by consciousness of guilt, shortcoming, or impropriety
    b : the susceptibility to such emotion
    : a condition of humiliating disgrace or disrepute : ignominy
    a : something that brings censure or reproach; also : something to be regretted : pity
    b : a cause of feeling shame

    You expect this from HLS - a bigger bunch of scumbags has never existed. But if I was the agent I would have quit on the spot. I would rather not have a job than molest 90 year olds for a living.