No Lines at Airports Does Not Mean Happy People
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.”
We the People do not waive our rights by choosing to travel. Our government cannot waive off our rights by an act of its Congress, by adoption of a policy, or by falsely claiming that travel is a privilege subject to their permission. Every government politician, agent, pig, or employee who violates the law is a criminal who should be arrested, tried, and hanged by the decent people.
The socialist media in the US has been pushing sexual violations and porn photos at US Airports for a couple of weeks. Their lead “news” has been to falsely report a user protest advocating refusing the nude photos in favor of sexual assault by government thugs. In unison they pushed a fiction that objectors would cause delays at airports by insisting on the sexual assault, “search my junk,” Does anyone believe these lying filth any more? Nobody who needs to fly somewhere is going to try to stop the process after buying his ticket and getting in line.
The people who refuse to be subjected to government crime by criminals in government uniforms, will not fly at all if they can avoid it. DUH!
The socialist media today is blathering about how the fictitious protest they talked about all week didn't happen. They show that, in fact, there are no lines at all at airports. They claim, falsely, that the lack of crowded airports on what used to be the most crowded day of the year is an affirmation of public acceptance of sexual assault and violation of rights by the government. WRONG.
The lack of crowds at airports in the US is a clear result of millions of Americans refusing to travel and be assaulted by criminals from the government. Do not expect honest reporting from the socialist media. Do not participate in their crimes. If you cannot get their by land or sea, don't go. Phone the airlines and inform them why you won't buy. And call your deaf Congressman to complain.