Twelve current and former TSA officers and airport staff are facing possible life sentences after being indicted on an alleged drug trafficking operation that smuggled 20 tons of cocaine into the US through Puerto Rico over an 18-year period.The US Department of Justice announced the charges on Monday, following a federal grand jury’s indictment in Puerto Rico last Wednesday. From 1988 to 2016, about 40,000 pounds, or two tons, of cocaine went through Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, according to the DOJ. The Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) current and former officers allegedly involved in the scheme are Luis Vázquez-Acevedo, Carlos Rafael Adorno-Hiraldo, Keila Carrasquillo, Daniel Cruz-Echevarría, José Cruz-López, and Antonio Vargas-Saavedra. If your a Federal worker in America and you get caught in drug trafficking, well the Trump administration will have zero tolerance for it. Now America has known for years that the TSA operates in the black market drug trad, but never have TSA agents really been held accountable for drug trafficking in it's short history. This is good proof that Trump will make America Great Again, because if Federal agencies get caught doing illegal activity...Those involved will likely now face life sentences. This action by Trump's DOJ just shows America that Trump picking Sessions was the right choice to head the DOJ, because not a even a week into Jeff Sessions holding the position the hammer is already coming down. The TSA is in charge of security at Americas airports, and if the DOJ comes across more activities like this in the TSA...Maybe the Trump administration will just simply hand airport security back to local law enforcement. You could imagine that the CIA is freaking out over this, since the CIA has been into drug smuggling since it was birthed in the 1940's. An administration charging Federal workers is something unheard of, and we should expect more charges like this to come down on Federal agencies by the Jeff Sessions DOJ department.