Is the TSA attempting to outlaw dissent?

Via SayUncle:

TSA Secret Memo:

The terminology contained within the reported memo is indeed troubling. It labels any person who “interferes” with TSA airport security screening procedure protocol and operations by actively objecting to the established screening process, “including but not limited to the anticipated national opt-out day” as a “domestic extremist.” The label is then broadened to include “any person, group or alternative media source” that actively objects to, causes others to object to, supports and/or elicits support for anyone who engages in such travel disruptions at U.S. airports in response to the enhanced security procedures.

If true this is a whole new level of OH HELL NO!

Bite me Janet.

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4 Responses to Is the TSA attempting to outlaw dissent?

  1. ASM826 says:

    It’s a brave new world.

  2. mike w. says:

    Fuck you Janet. I aim to misbehave.

  3. John says:

    Maybe I’m looking at this the wrong way, but it seems to me that dissent falls squarely within the protections afforded by the First Amendment. Though, I doubt very much that any legal actions against her for promoting the violation of civil rights would be allowed to see the light of day.

  4. Old NFO says:

    I agree with John… And this is just flat getting ridiculous.

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