Napolitano’s V.I.P.R. Vows to “Dominate,Intimidate and Control”the American People

Since its inception in 2002,the Department of Homeland Security has grown increasingly contemptuous of the rights of the American people. Indeed,the Gestapo-like tactics of one of the Department’s better known masters of overreach–the TSA–are responsible for countless examples of the organizations daily assault on the Constitution.

But recently,another of Janet Napolitano’s handmaidens of harassment has begun to make news…albeit only on the web,of course. It is the TSA’s Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response task force–or VIPR. Organized into mobile swat teams,VIPR has executed some 8,000 highly public searches in the past 12 months.

And what meaningful operations they have been.

In a Georgia Amtrac station,VIPR personnel “patted down”all travelers,children and adults,both entering AND LEAVING the station.

In Santa Fe,New Mexico,teams of VIPR agents were assigned to conduct searches at a high school prom.

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2 responses to “Napolitano’s V.I.P.R. Vows to “Dominate,Intimidate and Control”the American People

  1. S.Elliot Rodax

    This is all about desensitizing the American populace to illegal search and seizure. These rogue and illegal agencies have absolutely no probable cause whatsoever. This alone renders these kinds of searches illegal. These agents fully understand that they will continue to uncover nothing by searching children and grandmothers. Their continued artifice is intended to create and instill a sense of complacency or apathy regarding our loss of liberties. If we become comfortable with this kind of violation, the next logical step will be to conduct the same within the privacy of our homes. This has already happened without warrant or probable cause in a number of states. The TSA is likely hiring pedophiles and possibly even creating new ones by practicing illegal and invasive groping techniques under the pretense of security.

  2. The Indiana Supreme Court has already ruled that cops don’t need a warrant to enter your home, they said that that is for the courts to deside when the case goes to court. I’m looking for that case to go to the US Supreme Court.

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