With TSA on the ropes, holiday travel may be a bear. It appears the McDonald’s rejects have a long ways to go.

Most details of the latest IG audit, released Sept. 27, are classified, but media reports indicate that TSA failed somewhere between 70 percent and 80 percent of covert tests, allowing fake explosives, firearms and other prohibited items to slip through undetected. That’s only slightly better than the 95 percent failure rate that TSA suffered in its 2015 audit by the IG.

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Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

I’m surprised ole Slow Joe Biden hasen’t tried to get a position with the TSA, he has all the qualifications, numb as a stump, and likes fondling little girls.

Extirpates
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Does TSA mean: typical stealing are soles?

Dave K
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Thank gawd I’m not flying, there might be a few less of these worthless, overpaid pieces of shit around if I was.

Happy Thanksgiving IHTM.

Extirpates
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The 2015 audit showed the true value of their service.
we would then just as good to hire completely illiterate illiterates and minimum wage and save a lot of money in the process.

MGAP
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That was who we used before 9/11. Not defending TSA here, but they do a better job than the minimum wage clowns did. It’s all the other BS and baggage TSA brings to the plate that I don’t care for. I carry a big lock blade at work, get searched and still keep the knife because it is considered part of my tool kit. Why search me then? My security clearance is higher than all of them except the manager level guys, yet I get searched by people who aren’t allowed to go on the airplanes.

MGAP
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Didn’t catch the bombs, but they sure found the time to randomly frisk us at work. TSA – Those/The Stupid Assholes.

ooddballz
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Also known as
They
Steal
Anything.

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