TSA Will Grope You, But Lets Obama’s Illegal Aliens Fly With No ID

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There are two sets of rules in Obama’s America. One set of rules for you. Another set for his base.

Illegal aliens are being allowed to fly on commercial airliners without valid identification, according to the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC).

“The aliens who are getting released on their own recognizance are being allowed to board and travel commercial airliners by simply showing their Notice to Appear forms,” NBPC’s Local 2455 Spokesman, Hector Garza, told Breitbart Texas.

“This is not the CBP [Customs and Border Protection] or another federal agency renting or leasing an aircraft, these are the same planes that the American public uses for domestic travel,” said Garza. “This just adds insult to injury. Not only are we releasing unknown illegal aliens onto American streets, but we are allowing them to travel commercially using paperwork that could easily be reproduced or manipulated on any home computer.”

Spokesman Garza continued, “We do not know who these people are, we often have to solely rely on who they say they are, where they say they came from, and the history they say they have. We know nothing about most of them, ICE releases them into the American public, and now they are boarding aircraft at will with a simple paper document that anyone can easily alter or reproduce themselves.”

The next bunch of Muslim terrorists could simply stroll across the border and head to the airport with their notice to appear.

The TSA has denied that the report is true, via Twitter, and apparently a new policy was rushed through.

TSA employees at Laredo International Airport notified Border Patrol agents last night at 11 p.m. local time that a new policy was in place that would not allow illegal aliens to fly solely using an I-862, otherwise known as the Notice to Appear form. TSA employees stated they will allow illegal aliens who had been released on their own to travel with a foreign passport or ID in addition to an I-862.

In Obama’s America, this counts as progress.

  • DogmaelJones1

    What this means is that I could download an I-862, copy it, and go to the airport and hand it to a TSA manque, saying, “Here’s my ID. Never mind my soiled underwear. It’s not really plastique with a wire planted in it. I have worms. The I-phone? That was a gift from your president.”

    • Daniel Greenfield

      There are probably terrorists on it already

      • DogmaelJones1

        Undoubtedly. Obama makes it sooooo easy.

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      • 95Theses

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  • Habbgun

    Who cares about the terrorism? These people have diseases that they have not been screened for and they will be traveling in a can spreading them to an entire fuselage full of travelers. This is a disgrace. Then again people voted for this and if they think they didn’t they should look how their own cities run under Democratic one party rule. This is how it works. This is how it is done.

  • Jakareh

    Every real American is ashamed of living under the Obama regime. I know I am.

  • kevinstroup

    There is something very wrong when you fear your fellow citizens more than you do foreign nationals. This mentality seems to be endemic among progressives.

  • pete-unlinked

    “Obama’s Illegal Aliens Fly With No ID”
    is that like, an upgrade on SouthWest or something?
    and will the five-footers fit in the overhead compartment?

  • 95Theses

    The TSA welcomes you, illegal aliens!
    Your ‘Show’ is a Go! (And collect your $200, free medical care, EBTs, and free housing.)

  • laura r

    welcome boys w/th gang tattoos. will they have the bags checked & a patdown? no? ofcause not, that is raaaaaccissst.

  • cxt

    Excellent observation–one which deserves more coverage.

  • What

    Are they trained guerilla fighters?

    http://www.unicef.org/sowc96/2csoldrs.htm

    “Recently, in 25 countries, thousands of children under the age of 16 have fought in wars.8 In 1988 alone, they numbered as many as 200,000.

    One reason for this is the proliferation of light weapons. In the past, children were not particularly effective as front-line fighters since most of the lethal hardware was too heavy and cumbersome for them to manipulate. A child might have been able to wield a sword or a machete but was no match for a similarly armed adult.”

  • What

    Liberation theology as marxist creation to use children and peasants to advance their power. Old story, hidden from mainstream, whats new is our president using it against our citizens our country. Jeapardizing our safety and liberty

    http://www.unicef.org/sowc96/2csoldrs.htm

    “Finally, children may also have active reasons to want to fight. Like adults, they too may see themselves fighting for social justice—as was often the case in Central America or South Africa—or they may want to fight for their religious beliefs or cultural identity. In more personal terms, they may also be seeking revenge for the deaths of their parents, brothers or sisters.

    Many children, therefore, want to become soldiers and offer themselves for service. Others are deliberately recruited. This was true in Liberia, where a quarter of the combatants in the various fighting factions were children—some 20,000 in all. Indeed, the National Patriotic Front of Liberia had its own ‘small boys unit’, ranging in age from 6 to 20 (Panel 2).

    Armed groups will often aim their propaganda specifically at young people. In Sri Lanka, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) have been particularly active in the school system, indoctrinating children.

    In these circumstances, children can be expected to join up. But even if they do not volunteer they may be recruited forcibly. Over the past decade, government forces in El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala and Myanmar, among others, have all conscripted children. In the 1980s, the Ethiopian army would kidnap boys of 15 or younger from the villages and the poorest quarters of the cities, as well as from schools.14 Opposition movements in many countries have also seized children—as in Angola, Mozambique, Sri Lanka and the Sudan.

    The Renamo forces in Mozambique, in particular, systematically practised forced recruitment. Renamo had at least 10,000 boy soldiers, some as young as six years old. Similarly, in Angola, a 1995 survey found that 36 per cent of children had accompanied or supported soldiers, and 7 per cent of Angolan children had fired at somebody.15

    Once recruited, children undergo varying degrees of indoctrination, often verging on the brutal. While in the early 1980s rebel groups in El Salvador offered primary school instruction, usually the training offered is less benevolent. Indigenous children in Peru, who have been forced to join guerrilla bands, have undergone long periods of forced political indoctrination. And others have suffered particularly brutal forms of induction. Some rebel groups in Cambodia and Mozambique turned children into fierce warriors by subjecting them to a brief period of terror and physical abuse—’socializing’ them into violence. Much the same thing has been happening more recently in Sierra Leone, where in 1995 the Revolutionary United Front has been raiding villages to capture children into its ranks and force them to witness or take part in the torture and execution of their own relatives. Thus outlawed and brutalized, and often fed crack or other drugs, the children have been led to neighbouring villages to repeat the exercise.16

    Children’s actual duties in warfare cover the whole range of military activities. At relatively quiet times in camp this may be little more than cooking or carrying water. Being small and inconspicuous, children also have particular value as messengers or as spies. In Uganda in 1986, the National Resistance Army sent children into the capital to spot the government fortifications and when the shelling started, the children mingled with the fleeing crowds and threw hand-grenades at trucks full of government soldiers.17

    And while children might be thought to be the people deserving greatest protection, as soldiers they are often considered the most expendable. During the Iran-Iraq war, child soldiers, for example, were sent out ahead in waves over minefields.18″