MCViewPoint

Opinion from a Libertarian ViewPoint

Posts Tagged ‘sexual assault’

Apply the Christine Blasey Ford test to TSA’s sexual assault victims

Posted by M. C. on October 16, 2018

Do members of Congress care about any sexual assault that does not permit them to politically grandstand? 

As CNN political commentator Angela Rye wrote after her grueling experience with airport security, “Dear TSA: The country is not safer because you grab vaginas.”

https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2018/10/15/christine-blasey-ford-test-tsa-victims-sexual-assault-patdown-column/1601134002/

James Bovard

Congress gives the Transportation Security Administration almost $8 billion a year and does nothing to constrain how TSA’s 43,000 screeners treat American travelers. A Justice Department lawyer insisted last year that there’s no law “establishing a specific degree of permissible intrusiveness of a (TSA) security screening pat-down.” Americans have no legal recourse regardless of how TSA’s screeners treat them, thus explaining why TSA pat-downs become more intrusive.

Dr. Jenn complained on Sept. 8: “Is it common practice for TSA agents to forcefully slide their hand up my (15-year-old) daughter’s inner leg and ending at her vagina? Literally slamming their hand into my daughter’s vagina.” Read the rest of this entry »

Advertisements

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , | Leave a Comment »