Posted February 19, 2019 07:19:06 As a former TSA officer, I’ve seen the impact the TSA has on our everyday lives.
But the impact is also far reaching, and is a direct result of our governments refusal to take a stand on the issue of guns in the U.S. According to an Associated Press analysis, a third of all Americans have been stopped at a TSA checkpoint in the last year, and nearly a third are carrying a firearm.
We’ve seen our federal government use its power to restrict and censor the free speech of Americans to further their own agenda.
But as we’ve learned in the past, this is just the beginning.
Today, we’re releasing a report that documents the real-world consequences of this policy, and what can be done to protect our right to speak freely.
In our report, we’ve found that a federal agency that has long been criticized for its discriminatory policies and overreach has taken on a new mission to target American citizens and citizens of other nations.
The report reveals that, while the U-MIS has the resources and manpower to track down and remove guns from all of its agents, it is unwilling to do so.
Instead, the agency is using the threat of TSA security to intimidate Americans into complying with a mandate to carry guns.
It also shows how an agency that is so eager to protect its own power-brokers can act like a tyrant when it comes to enforcing its gun-control laws.
The U-Menis report, which was released today, is part of a series of reports and analyses released by the Institute for Public Accuracy (IPA) and the Institute of Public Affairs.
The IPA is a research organization that studies how politicians use fear to advance their own agendas.
The IPA and the IPA have previously published reports on how the TSA’s “PreCheck” program is a violation of civil liberties and is hurting the public.
And last month, we released a report on how Congress has been using a loophole in the Constitution to limit the ability of the federal government to regulate the gun market.
These reports, and many more, are available for free at http://www.ipa.org/reports/precheck.html.
The latest IPA report details how TSA agents routinely violate Americans’ civil rights, including the right to free speech, privacy, freedom of association, and free expression.
In the report, the TSA agent responsible for our security is described as a “lone wolf” who “treats his superiors as his bosses,” according to a TSA spokesperson.
And while the TSA agents who are tasked with enforcing gun-safety laws have the tools to stop illegal guns, they refuse to do that.
In fact, they use the threat to stop guns to coerce Americans into obeying TSA policies that violate their constitutional rights.
We need to fight back against the TSA and the politicians who enforce its gun control policies.
And we need to make sure that our voices are heard.
If you or anyone you know has been stopped by the TSA or has a gun in their possession, call the toll-free hotline at 1-866-473-TIPS (8477) and report the incident.
If the TSA is forced to turn away an American from the checkpoint, call TSA’s hotline at 888-TSA-TIps (8888) and ask them to stop the vehicle and remove the gun from the vehicle.
In addition, you can also file a complaint with the TSA using the website www.tsa.gov/complaint.
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