November 22, 2010, - 3:03 pm

TSA Gropes & Gloves Could Give You STDs

By Debbie Schlussel

So, now, reports are emerging that TSA screeners aren’t just feeling people up, but actually inserting their hands INSIDE women’s panties and men’s boxers.  That’s what happened to an ABC News employee.  Beyond the fact that this is disgusting and degrading beyond belief, it’s a health concern.  Are you and I gonna end up with somebody else’s crabs, chlamydia, or yeast infection because we dared to fly the post-groping skies?  Is it just me . . . or do you wonder whether we can ask TSA molesters to change gloves between “insertions”?  Anything less is entirely unsanitary and unsafe.  Why the heck are we tolerating this–a First World country devolving into a Third World health clinic without sanitation just ‘cuz you wanna travel by air?

TSA finger-intercourse is a serious concern, and unless they change gloves between these full-contact “feel-you-ups,” they could actually help spread sexually transmitted diseases (soon to be called, “TSA&STDs).  I’m not kidding.  After all, nail technicians and genital area waxers have more strict requirements regarding sanitized hands and gloves than the TSA screeners do.  Subway sandwich artists are required to change gloves.

Perhaps the next stop after the TSA groping is the gynecologist for disinfectant and high-strength antibiotics.  Just waiting for the first case of STD-contracted venereal herpes to be the subject of a lawsuit.  3-2-1 . . .

I don’t get it: Islamic hijackers who patronized prostitutes and strippers blew themselves up along with their 3,000 American victims and didn’t live long enough to see their genital warts develop to fruition. Now, we have to contract, via the TSA, the diseases they gave up for the 72 re-virginized?

G-d save this ridiculous country.

Sit Back & Enjoy Big Brother Giving You the Previous Travelers STDs

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8 Responses

And how about the double standard the news organizations apply to this outrage,when compared to their approach to the news when the Bush administration taking steps to protect citizens against potential attack.

The networks firmly aligned themselves with those who saw the Patriot Act and the electronic surveillance of international phone calls as a dire threat to civil liberties.

The networks were far less interested in the program’s value to disrupting potential terror plots than stressing the hypothetical dangers to Americans’ privacy.

Now we’re told by the Government and the Newsmedia,that we need to give up some liberties in order to be safe.

How convenient

ebayer on November 22, 2010 at 3:57 pm

I think it’s just becoming a general strategy of this administration to do things like this to pre-empt opposition. Do this kind of thing to make it look like they are fighting terrorism, just like these deficit panels are designed to make it look like they are trying to save the taxpayers’ money. And who’s going to challenge them? Not the Dems, not the Republicans (I’m not aware of any major exceptions except the Governor of Virginia, and they must have told him to shut up), and not the talk-show hosts. So now it’s the TSA; what’s next?

They’re smart enough to see that the Tea Party is single-issue, and the Republicans as a whole avoid almost every significant issue. Palin is abysmal, but, unfortunately, she is not alone.

Little Al on November 22, 2010 at 5:31 pm

Will environmentalists demand Same-Glove Partnerships?

Fred Taub on November 22, 2010 at 7:21 pm

I’d bet they don’t change their gloves until they tear a hole in at least two fingers. I’ve seen searchers all over the world not give a single thought to that cross contaminating. Checking somebody’s feet, then check somebody around the head and neck area. Nice and tasty.

samurai on November 22, 2010 at 10:44 pm

Brilliant point Debbie, original ideas like this one is what makes you special. I have to say to ebayer, both sides play politics with national security. One side is not always right and the other always wrong. Look and sean vannity he went on and on about the patriot act being a good thing and now he’s going after the tsa and tying it to obama. I’m not a liberal but I like watching msnbc to see what their talking about and on tonights show keith olbermann (who is wrong on many issues to say the least) went after the tsa and led his show with it.

tyler on November 23, 2010 at 12:37 am

I think I was wrong about olbermann complaining about the tsa. It was a muted response, I based my judgement on his intro but I didn’t actually watch the show. Whatever. Debbie I know your opinion of world net daily but I checked out their site tonight and they have the exact same headline as you on this topic. Its disgraceful they continue to steal your material without giving you credit.

tyler on November 23, 2010 at 2:12 am

No price is too great for the privilege of living with Muslims in a PC fashion. — Israel, a country which is far more plagued with terrorism than the US is, surprisingly has a far better track record with airlines… and its because they “profile”.

In my humble opinion, profiling Muslims is a far lessor crime than treating the entire population as if they are just as likely to be terrorists and using such invasive methods such as the article above which is a desecration of a persons privacy.

Ari on November 23, 2010 at 3:45 am

Debbie hasn’t gotten around to this yet but if you think the TSA molests Americans, in Canada, its even worse. Veiled Muslim women are allowed through checkpoints there without having to uncover their face or show ID. I’ll bet even money due to hokum respect for Muslim “modesty”, they’re not patted down briskly or sent through the scanners.

Now I ask again: whom does all this intrusive checking of us dhimmis actually protect? You be the judge.

NormanF on November 23, 2010 at 2:25 pm

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