If you have a bone to pick with the Transportation Security Administration over lengthy security lines, you are not alone. The head of the TSA had to explain long airport waits as well as the agency’s retaliatory management techniques to Congress on Thursday. TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger had to answer to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee about steps he was taking to boost morale for TSA officers, combat retribution against whistleblowers and – of course – deal with the ever growing lines to get through airport security checkpoints. As Rep. John L. Mica (R-Florida) understated, “There are some very serious concerns about the performance of TSA.” This is the second inquiry that Neffenger has been asked to attend recently to explain misconduct at every level of the TSA. The agency, parented by the Department of Homeland Security, has recently come under fire for allegations of retaliatory demotions, firings and reassignments to punish employees who attempted to report misconduct or security lapses. However, Neffenger assured the Committee that these methods are a thing of the past, saying “I discontinued directed reassignments explicitly.” The problem that I have with the TSA, is that most workers are just your everyday citizen working for government institution, that does things like rummage through your bags and who you hand them off to. Obviously also the TSA didn't catch the San Bernardino shooters when they walked through security gates coming to the states from Saudi Arabia. The problem of the TSA is the sole fact that it even exist in the first place, the TSA over the years have even been caught missing things like guns and knives 90 percent of the time when passengers bring them on board. The terrorist attaks occurred on 9/11, and what does the government do first? That's right they create a police state like environment, where people who didn't take the nations oath to rummage through your bags and send you through body scanners. Our nations airports were safer and didn't feel like your privacy was infringed upon until the TSA arrived at our nations airports.
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