Gee, they’re not saying why. I wonder if it’s because they’ve allowed Islamists to infiltrate airport security, all the way from security, to airport staff, retail employees, maintenance and baggage handling while being obsessed with grabbing our crotches at security lines?

Don’t forget this little gem from last year about Arabic words appearing on the bellies of Southwest planes.

So of course it’s not too silly to presume Islamists are employed in areas past security points at airports, handing off dangerous materials to their comrades. The Fed and TSA allow this because they refuse to admit who the enemy is while grabbing the crotches of 14 year-olds and making Grandmas strip.

Passengers say their problem is not with the rules at the airport. They understand why drinks are not allowed through security, but when they buy one while they wait for their flight, they say the TSA shouldn’t ask to test it.

Passengers say traveling is a big enough stress, but now some are worried the drinks they are getting are not safe.

The TSA wouldn’t say what they’re testing for or why they are doing it, but travelers say they have a right to know.

“I’m always glad that my safety is a priority, I just think testing drinks after they’ve already been bought might be a little extreme,” infrequent flyer Jennifer Smart said.

“The water or or the juices or anything you buy here in the airport, TSA is going to come over and look and check and test it? That’s just ridiculous,” world traveler Thomas Burgard said.

We asked the TSA about the drink testings and they said, “TSA employees have many layers of security throughout airports. Passengers may be randomly selected for additional screening measures at the checkpoint or in the gate at any time.”

Passengers we spoke to also said they think the price of drinks are too expensive. If security is going to test them, it should be before they are purchased, so they don’t waste their money.

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  1. Alain41 says:

    A respectable date buys the drink for you before they fondle you.

  2. Trish S says:

    I remember that Southwest story! I broke the story myself and told Tammy about it. It was the night before I was to fly SWA to visit by bro in PHX. Incidentally, PHX sports one of the rudest and aggressive TSA crews that I’ve seen. I wonder if AZ is getting the proverbial slap on the wrist with that one?! Bottom line, terror cells are everywhere. At least we are winning their hearts and minds? No?

  3. aardvark says:

    We already know about the “cavity bombs” (Saudi royal killed by one), and “dog bombs” (they’re unclean animals anyway) where explosives were sewn into the abdominal cavities of animals in cargo, not to mention the boobie bombs or other ‘splodin’ things also sewn into bellies of expendable wimminz. Next comes the OTHER cavity where liquids can be stored; will they urine-test all passengers?

    Boy, if this post doesn’t set off ALL the NSA, Army Intelligence Agency, CIA and other assorted spy program alarms, they spent a LOT of our money fer nuttin’!

  4. persecutor says:

    I feel safe thanks to Big Sis.
    I feel safe thanks to Big Sis.
    I feel safe thanks to Big Sis.

    Maybe if I repeat it a million times, I’ll believe it, but somehow…

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