YOU ARE NOT SAFE IN THE AIRPORT: American Airports Hire Confirmed Muslim Terrorists To Work In US Airports, Who Can Get Bombs Passed Security To Kill Americans

By Theodore Shoebat


You are not safe in airports. All of these security checks they make us do is just a way to make us feel safe. American airports have hired Muslims who are confirmed to be part of terrorist groups, and now it has been shown that terrorists can get bombs passed security with a 95% success rate. According to the report:

The agency in charge of U.S. transportation security came under renewed fire Tuesday as a report revealed that American airports had hired dozens of people with terror links.

The Transportation Security Agency is already reeling after a recent Department of Homeland Security report found that investigators could sneak fake bombs and weaponry through security with a 95 percent success rate.

Homeland Security Inspector General John Roth discussed before lawmakers his new report that found the TSA failed to detect at least 73 people with links to terrorism who were hired by U.S. airports.

By law, the TSA had “limited oversight” over the hiring process and thus “lacked assurance that it properly vetted all credential applicants,” the report report said.

Roth said the law needed to be changed to give the agency access to all relevant information, including FBI terrorist watchlists.

Becky Roering, an assistant security director at the Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport, told the hearing that former “badged” employees had even gone to Syria to join the Islamic State group.

During the same hearing, a TSA official criticized a program to pre-check passengers either randomly or because they have been given “known” or “trusted traveler” status and are deemed to pose a low risk.

“TSA is handing out ‘PreCheck’ status like Halloween candy in an effort to expedite passengers as quickly as possible,” Roering said.

More than a million people have signed up for the TSA’s PreCheck program, and another seven million have been randomly chosen for expedited boarding checks.

In one case, a former member of an extremist organization found himself randomly given access to the PreCheck line but a TSA worker recognized him and alerted his superior.

Expect more major terrorist attack to happen through the means of airlines and airplanes.