- At least 73 people who are linked to terrorism-related activity codes that are employed by the Federal government, somehow made it past the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screening processes without being flagged and were at sometime employed throughout the U.S airline industry.
- These terrorist-identified people worked for airlines, airport vendors and other airport-related employers, and they all made it through TSA's security clearance even though they were on terror watch lists, according to the inspector general report: "TSA did not identify these individuals through its vetting operations because it is not authorized to receive all terrorism-related categories under current interagency watchlisting policy."
- In addition, TSA let the airlines and airports where these people were employed do their own background checks.
- According to the report’s findings, TSA "risks credentialing and providing unescorted access to secure airport areas for workers with potential to harm the nation’s air transportation system."
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Like ostriches with their heads buried deep in the sand, Senate Republicans continue to deny the need for a bipartisan budget.
In six years, Reid never produced ANY budget, never mind a bipartisan budget and now he thinks he can criticize the Republicans for doing the same? Really pathetic.
I do not know what the right course of action is. But that is not my job, it is the President and his high priced security and military advisors that are supposed to come up with the plan that protects the best interests and lives of Americans. And ten months after admitting he had not strategy, Obama continues to still... not have a strategy.
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