I don’t agree with most of what is published on Huffington Post, but it does happen. This piece from Friday is one example of a piece I hope is right on:
If you don’t believe the TSA is doomed after watching Thursday’s House Aviation Subcommittee hearing, then you’ll have to at least agree that the agency as we know it can’t continue to exist as it does.
A tweet on Tuesday by Scott MacFarlane, a TV correspondent with Cox Media in Washington, notes that a TSA agent exposed the breasts of a 17-year-old female during a pat-down at Los Angeles International Airport (h/t Twitchy). The teen, whose name is not revealed in the story, is further identified as the grandniece of Republican U.S. Congressman Ralph Hall of Texas.
Hall insists that the girl was “badly mistreated” and that the TSA officer “should’ve been fired.” The agency, however, has deemed the incident “accidental,” claiming that the teen was wearing a “loose-fitting” sundress that contributed to the wardrobe malfunction.