TSA Horror: They Assault, Traumatize Three-Year-Old In Wheelchair
At one point, she wails, "I don't wanna go to Disney World." The TSA are taking away far, far too much from us, and those who go through the process without complaint, enable it to continue.
Deborah Newell blogs at TSANewsBlog (link may change due to correction of spelling error in their headline):
Not only is this little girl so obviously terrified to the point of crying out loud, and desperately upset that her comfort toy -- her stuffed animal -- is being taken away, she is distraught that her parents' attempts to protect her are being summarily ignored. Imagine how frightening that must be. If indeed the child "alarmed," the screeners could have resolved the matter by allowing one of the cleared parents to carry her through the metal detector in their arms while they checked her wheelchair for hidden bombs, machetes, or fusilage-piercing grenade launchers.
What will it take for the American public to recognize how wrong this is, all of it, and demand that our so-called leaders put an end to it? Why are citizens not carrying out a full-on economic boycott of the airlines, for all non-essential travel, if need be? What will it take, if not the unconstitutional persecution of a little child in a wheelchair?