This three-year-old boy on is way to Disneyland is treated like a suspected terrorist as TSA personel pat him down and swab his wheelchair for explosive residue. The child is taken to a sequestered area to undergo rigorous inspection by the TSA staff.
His parents and family members are forced to look on as the child trembles with fear. They are instructed that they cannot come in contact with the boy during the process, making it impossible to console him. His sister rushes over to pat him on the head, seeing that her brother is visible shaken.
His siblings ask if he is okay, and the boy cries for his mother when the TSA agent says he has to swab his cast and wheelchair. His father is livid.
This is just the latest in a long list of terrifying and humiliating experiences Americans are forced to go through every day for the sake of "safety." Here is a video from Ms. USA 2003, who claims she was molested during one of her frequent flights. She is now forced to chose between the body scanning machine, which she thinks may be dangerous, or being molested.
This cancer survivor, and flight attendant, was forced to remove her breast implant during what she discribes as an aggressive and humiliating search. She opted out of the full body scan to avoid additional radiation after recently undergoing therapy. As a result, she had her breasts groped by two women in a private room.
This woman becomes hysterical when she shouts that she is being molested. The TSA agents then say the woman's son cannot film the process.
Here TSA agents pat down a nine year old...
Just search "TSA" on YouTube to view many more videos.
Now, for $100, you can "Precheck" through the process and avoid the pat-downs altogether. Now you can pay them not to fondle you, so that's a plus.