TSA, Keeping Us Safe

Can we Disband the TSA now?

At less than six inches and just under 10 ounces, the Ruger .380 is considered by gun owners to be a great little pocket pistol.

So small, in fact, that you can sometimes get one onto an airplane.


Yep, the New York Daily News reports that a woman flew 938 miles from Orlando, Fla., to Newark, N.J., on Thursday with a loaded .380 in her purse. United flight 15 was airborne before she realized what she’d doneā€”and airport screeners had missed. How the Daily News said it unfolded:

She didn’t tell anyone on the plane about the weapon during the flight, which left Florida at 8:19 a.m.

But when she landed at Newark Airport at 10:24, she immediately told a Port Authority police officer.

Yep, they demand we remove our shoes, accept doses of harmful radiation, and touch our private parts, but the TSA can’t catch a lawful citizen with a pocket gun, let alone a dangerous terrorist!

Can we stop paying these goons and make flying pleasant? I mean its not like we’re any safer with them!

h/t TinCan Assassin

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6 Responses to TSA, Keeping Us Safe

  1. George says:

    And in a shocking development, the PANYNJ police did the smart thing and did not press any charges. AMAZING!

    • Weerd Beard says:

      Yeah I was surprised by that too! I wonder if all the drama from recent cases where lawful carriers have been charged for what are essentially honest mistakes are taking their toll.

  2. Braden Lynch says:

    Aw heck, let everyone be armed. A terrorist might shoot a couple of people before being put down like a rabid dog. It would help with those who want to try explosives, too.

  3. Motor-T says:

    Why on earth would anybody turn themselves in like this?
    Oh no! I forgot that my pistol was in my purse, better tell the police that I committed a federal crime.

  4. Phillip says:

    I like how they try to blame it on the gun being so small and not on the TSA screeners who were jerking off.

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