Shocking: Clarion Project reports airport security frights

With terrorist cells in all 50 states, at least according to FBI Director James B. Comey, why not allow Muslims free access to all other elements of American society.

I know it’s politically incorrect to question the motives of those who want to kill us, but I’m just strange that way.

Despite Muslim terrorists flying airplanes into the World Trade Center buildings, as well as the Pentagon, according to the Clarion Project, the Senate Commerce Committee learned recently that only three airports in the United States require their employees to undergo a security check before they begin their work day.

“Atlanta, Miami, Orlando. What about the other 297 airports nationwide?” asked committee co-chair Senator Bill Nelson (D-Florida).

The answer? Those airports don’t require screening.

The arguments by most airports is as frivolous as it is incredulous. The report states that daily screening “is incapable of determining a person’s motivations, attitudes and capabilities to cause harm, among other limitations.”

Hmm. Isn’t that the same logic that could be used to allow passengers to forego screening?

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson assured the Senators that the recent reports of 73 airport employees with suspected terrorist ties were misleading. This is the man who did nothing on tips of the Tsarnaev brothers when learning of the potential Boston Marathon bombing. Jeh Johnson is the man who didn’t have the San Bernardino terrorists on a watch lists, who admittedly has over 70 employees in the Department of Homeland Security who are suspected terrorists, and who has allowed terror cells to exist in all 50 states.

I can only imagine how comforted you are by Jeh Johnson.

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