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TSA Airport Frivolities Over Firearms

BY Herschel Smith
2 weeks ago


I took 2 trips where I traveled with a firearm. 1 from Philadelphia to Wisconsin. The other from Philadelphia to Arizona. My trip to Wisconsin was smooth no issues. On the way back from Arizona. They ripped my bag apart, because they “didn’t” have a X-ray scanner. Then as I arrive in Philadelphia. I go to the area where they’re supposed to bring me my bag. My friend looks over at the baggage claim where the bags fall for.people to grab their luggage. There’s my bag clearly labeled that there’s a firearm in it just spinning around freely. The airport got mad at me because I was trying to report the incident and refused to talk to me on the premise. They even went as far as having me escorted out by the police when I wasn’t even raising my voice or causing a scene.


I just flew with my concealed carry (packed correctly, ammo in a box, blablabla) in it’s own hard case and checked under my boarding pass. It should be noted that my wife and I shared a large check luggage for our clothes, checked in under HER boarding pass. That bag is what got searched, I know this because they placed a placard inside our bag saying they opened and searched it, this happened twice, flying to destination as well as flying home. If it only happened once I wouldn’t be nearly as creeped out, possibly just a random search, but both flights?? Feels more like I’ve just volunteered my name onto a special list for being treated like a problem. Even though my ccw means I am “background checked” literally everyday, I should be the least profiled type of person ever. Anyone share my experience? This was the first time flying with my firearm, so I’m wondering if this is the perverbial “new normal” I’ve heard so much about.

I don’t know anything about a “new normal.” But the old normal is bad enough, and I’ve experienced the stupidity for years now.

There are those who say to avoid flying by air. It’s true enough that this is good advice, but it cannot always be followed. Some of us still have to travel by air for business purposes.

I have flown out of Charlotte many times before, and almost always have a good experience there. They seem knowledgeable and quite accustomed to dealing with firearms.

The same can’t be said at many other places. Denver is a bad place. They take luggage to a separate room and x-ray the entire piece of luggage, as if that’s going to prove anything.

Phoenix is even worse. A woman once took my luggage to a room, with me watching, and unpacked the entire contents of the luggage, clothes and all, looking for God only knows what, completely ignoring the firearm while showing no interest in whether it was truly unloaded (as if that makes thing safer anyway), then threw everything back into the luggage unfolded, gave it back to me, and walked away.

It’s the zaniest thing I’ve ever witnessed. It varies by airport, and while the TSA may tell you that the rules are understood and followed everywhere, they are lying to you. They are not, and they are not.

None of this adds to anyone’s safety. It’s all Kabuki security theater for the purpose of providing a jobs program to people too stupid or lazy to find good work doing anything else.

The only real advice I can give is to ensure that your firearm is inside a locked container where someone’s hands or a tool could be used to pry it open. Also, I like the boxes that have a cable that will attach to a structural member of the luggage. If you ever drop it off where it may be located outside (Denver is like that), watch it until it goes behind the wall.

Beyond that, it’s a crapshoot.

Quite obviously, the real reason for all of this is to prevent theft by airport employees and contractors, some of whom are being paid by your tax dollars.

TSA Will Save Us All

2 years, 2 months ago

TSA agents find sword inside oblivious traveler’s cane.

The Transportation Security Administration said a traveler at a Boston airport security checkpoint was shocked to learn his cane contained a sword.

TSA New England tweeted a photo showing the sword cane that had been brought to Logan Airport by an oblivious passenger.


Honestly, Mrs. TSA Security Clerk, how very befuddling; I thought it was a walking stick, not an M4.


Joe Scarborough says TSA can not detect ‘ghost guns,’ can’t stop them from getting on airplanes. Susan Rice nods in agreement.

Carmine isn’t happy as he remains on the hunt for that elusive Glock 7.


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Artificial Scarcity

2 years, 2 months ago

If you missed this over the weekend read Herschel’s: The Economics of Uranium And War

Artificial Scarcity is a weapon used by rulers and would-be rulers in the war for your future. Artificial scarcity is what the well-connected use via the power of government to regulate competition to enrich themselves. There’s no reason to name anybody in particular. What they do is create artificial scarcity by making competition much more difficult.

America needs the “Micro Reactors” to power small and mid-sized towns in America. It’s a great plan with a great way to keep the lights on outside the major hive cities. It’s been more than a decade since serious talk of this started. The idea has been around longer than that. We were discussing it in the DoD two decades ago to strengthen America’s national security posture by decentralizing the power grid(s). But centralization means central control, and most often, higher prices coupled with lower quality. We need the small reactors, but will we get them?

The coal industry in America has been all but shut down. It’s a story that is more than half a century old now. Rumor has it the Chinese will be getting this coal, probably through Mexican labor to extract it. It’s not much of a tale since some US coal is already being exported to China.

Things made artificially scarce through government power enrich particular interests driving costs higher. It’s the artificial limiting of the supply third of; supply, demand, and price signal. Both political parties in America do it. Who could blame them? They’re simply trying to be like the more prominent Global Oligarchs. It’s cute, really, the way they idolize Oligarchs as though they were the cool kids in middle school, and all the while, they wreck everything.

Of course, we could cite a raft of Bible verses in the Old and New Testaments that show, without a doubt, that this is sin and grave wickedness.

Oil is another. Ok, we’ll name some interests. By shutting down the pipeline from North Dakota to the refineries in Texas, Warren Buffet and Bill Gates (Yes, Gates is in the railroad biz with Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway) cornered the market on the transport of crude from the upper tier to the Gulf Coast refiners. They own the railroad needed to move the crude. In fact, after shutting down the pipeline through government action, they got another law passed that tightened the regulatory requirements of oil rail transport cars. You guessed it; Buffet and Gates had the only rail cars that complied with the new specification. No, they don’t actually care about the “environment.”

The Utility Company in the county where I live has announced the near-term goal of 20 percent solar. The worst part of this idea is that it’s the wettest interior part of the country. They must not understand that high average annual rainfall amounts mean cloudiness? At any rate, it’s going to drive utility prices in a big way as low-cost, readily available, and reliable energy sources are no longer pursued. Last year they shut down a working hydroelectric plant. Not for repairs; they just shut it down. The dam is in no danger of breaking; they just turned off the turbines, poof, artificial scarcity. The price of utilities has been escalating sharply here for several years now.

Friends of Nancy Pelosi got an invasive fish in the San Joaquin Valley classified as endangered to stop competing farming operations from irrigating their land. Remember when the price of nuts doubled some years back?

If you can’t affect supply, create demand. We’re reminded of the shoe bomber and the instant materialization of the Airport Scanners that the then DHS head Chertoff had a deep investment in. Poof, a couple of weeks later, the scanners, which were already built, got fielded in major airports with medium and regional airports soon to follow. Chertoff got his money, and you got internal checkpoints. Papers, please! TSA has stopped zero terrorists. DHS hasn’t found any terrorists in America, so they turned their investigations inward and, yep, they found zero terrorists internally. The worry with DHS has always been that it will have to create artificial demand through the supply of terror.

Was artificial demand created for the COVID vaccine? You decide.

Government regulation has even driven artificial scarcity in shopping. Through regulation, every shopping area in every town in America has the same stores. There are a Lowes and a Home Depot. With a straight face, we’re told that’s; “free market competition.” There’s a Walmart and a Target, a chick-fil-a and Panera Bread, one of three car parts stores, an Office Depot and Staples, and the list goes. Mom and pops are shut down in favor of those with the funds to lobby Congress. It’s so bad that major corporations are now simply having their lawyers write legislation and handing it to Congress to pass. There are few interesting places left in America; artificial scarcity through government regulation has made every hamlet in the country ugly.

Incentivizing people to not work has created artificial scarcity in labor. But this fits perfectly with New Order’s religion of Replacement Theology. The border has to be left open; that’s just an added bonus if your people cease to exist.

Cranking up the printing presses isn’t the only thing that drives inflation, wrecking your future. So does artificial scarcity by purposefully misbalancing supply to enrich, let’s just call it what it is, the Central Committee and its partners in crime.

They always go too far, and the people like you and me starve or go to war or both for their willfully destructive behavior.

“Tell ye your children of it, and let your children tell their children, and their children another generation. That which the palmerworm hath left hath the locust eaten; and that which the locust hath left hath the cankerworm eaten; and that which the cankerworm hath left hath the caterpiller eaten.” Joel 1:3-4

There was a war in times past. One in the train of abuses that caused this war was that the king’s parasites were eating out our substance, destroying our posterity’s future. Tell your children.

Theft Of Guns And Other Valuables At The New Orleans Airport

BY Herschel Smith
3 years, 10 months ago

News from Louisiana.

A Metairie man who worked for a company contracted to maintain the baggage handling system at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is accused looting items from travelers’ luggage on the job, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Karl Brown Jr., 20, was arrested and booked with three counts of possession of stolen property, two counts of theft and possession of marijuana, said Capt. Jason Rivarde, spokesman for the department.

“They stole cash, guns, electronics and other property from the baggage,” Rivarde said, noting that the woman will face similar charges once she is brought to Jefferson parish.

Brown and his alleged co-conspirator are accused of stealing from passengers’ bags between December 2019 and May 2020, according to Sheriff’s Office records. Searches of Brown’s Metairie apartment turned up property that had been reported missing by travelers, including:

– A $10,000 Rolex watch, a $1,300 Gucci purse, a $900 Prada purse and jewelry, all taken from an El Paso woman’s suitcase when she flew home from a trip to New Orleans on March 2.

– A 9mm pistol, ammunition and magazines and a knife, all inside a locked gun box, stolen from a man’s luggage during an April 27 trip from New Orleans to Tampa.

– An iPod, a tripod, two suits and other clothing stolen from a man’s suitcase during his March 12 trip from New Orleans to Los Angeles.

Investigators stressed that Brown and the other suspect were not baggage handlers, airline employees or Transportation Safety Administration agents. They worked for company that repairs the baggage system within the airport, Rivarde said.

Anyone who has access to the airport behind the wall can pull this off, at least until they’re caught.  This is a risk when we fly with firearms.

Remember when I said this?  “Let’s face it, folks.  Since we are dropping off the luggage and we are picking it up, the only necessity for the luggage to be locked up is what happens behind the wall.  The only good of locking up the gun is theft by airport employees.  We know it, the TSA knows it, and the airlines know it.  It’s the truth.  None of this has anything to do with security.  It’s all about airport theft by airline or airport employees.”

Yea.  I’m straight up with you.  And data most often proves me correct on these things.  Having said that, this isn’t much to be proud of.  Anyone with two brain cells already knew this.

Case Comparison When Travelling With Guns

BY Herschel Smith
4 years, 2 months ago

The TSA Sucks

BY Herschel Smith
4 years, 4 months ago

NBC News.

A TSA agent whipped the braids of a Native American woman and yelled “Giddyup” during a security check at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, according to the woman and the federal Transportation Security Administration.

“Going through @TSA at @mspairport, the agent said she needed to pat down my braids. She pulled them behind my shoulders, laughed & said ‘giddyup!’ as she snapped my braids like reins,” Tara Houska wrote on Twitter on Monday.

“When I informed the middle-aged blonde woman who had casually used her authority to dehumanize and disrespect me, she said ‘Well it was just in fun, I’m sorry.


As I’ve said so many times before, “The TSA is a federal jobs program for idiots, hicks, goobers, perverts, control freaks, and maladjusted anti-social types who cannot get work elsewhere.”

The TSA Cut My Locks

BY Herschel Smith
4 years, 6 months ago

From reddit/firearms.

I was called over the intercom ~2 minutes before people started boarding. I was asked to hand over my key so they could bring it to TSA as they needed to get into my bag. I was not allowed to accompany the key. I made it clear that I am not comfortable with their systematic way of committing felonies; however, this is common practice at Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport, please see this inquiry which I sent to TSA as both a Security Issue and a Request for Information on November 22nd (anticipating they may ask for the key again).*

A person from Southwest brought the key to TSA and ~10 minutes later another man from Southwest came back with both my spare locks and the key to my original locks. He asked me if I could unlock the spares so they could put them on the case as TSA had cut my other locks. He also stated, “They thought there was a gun in there.” To which I replied, “There are… that’s why I declared them.”

In my opinion the TSA at this airport is guilty of a felony. It is against the law to turn over access to a firearm to someone you don’t know and who is not under your control.

It also disagrees with the TSA’s own rules, where the only person who is allowed to have a key to the lock is the firearm owner.

As I’ve said before, the TSA is an irredeemable, unmitigated clown show.  The TSA can trot employees out all day long (and I see this especially before heavy holiday flying) telling people that it’s really simple and here are the rules, follow the rules and you’ll be okay, blah, blah, blah.

I’ve had the TSA ask me to open my case in the ticket line (Charlotte), take me back behind walls and try to pry my case open (Charlotte), take me back behind walls and ask me to open my luggage, after which she threw my clothing asunder, literally unpacking my luggage and stuffing the clothing back inside the luggage in wads, and never once even showing interest in the firearm case (Phoenix), take me to an X-ray machine and take pictures of my luggage, never once showing interest in opening the luggage and examining the firearm case (Denver), force me to drop my luggage on a conveyor that started at an outside, unsecured location (Denver), ask me to open my firearm case and swab my firearm with a patch (for God only knows what reason), etc.  I could go on.  This isn’t the entire laundry list.

I am tired to death of hearing that it’s the fault of the airline company since the rules vary with each company.  No … they … don’t.  Airlines don’t do firearm or case inspections.  That’s just a pathetic excuse.

Here’s a tip for the TSA.  As long as you act like uneducated goobers and ignore your own laws, you have no right to complain if passengers don’t take them seriously either.

Former Bag Handler At PDX Pleads Guilty To Stealing Six Guns From Checked Luggage

BY Herschel Smith
5 years, 2 months ago

News from the Northwest:

A baggage handler who worked at Portland International Airport admitted Wednesday in federal court to stealing six guns from checked bags over several weeks last year.

Deshawn Antonio Kelly, 27, pleaded guilty to five counts of possession of a stolen gun before U.S. District Judge Michael H. Simon. The fifth count covered taking two guns on one day.

Kelly acknowledged he stole the guns from five people who checked their bags at the Portland airport last August and September. All of them reported their handguns missing after getting their luggage back at their final destinations.

The guns were stolen on Aug. 19, Aug. 29, Sept. 9, Sept. 11 and Sept. 17: three 9mm pistols, two .40-caliber pistols and one .45-caliber pistol, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Hannah Horsley.

Had the case gone to trial, prosecutors would have presented the court with surveillance tapes and witness statements to support the charges.

Following reports of stolen guns from airport baggage, a Portland police detective placed replica guns in bags twice — on Sept. 11 and six days later — as bait to determine who was swiping them and narrowed it to Kelly, according to a probable cause affidavit initially filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court.

The second time, Kelly was seen taking a bait bag and a passenger’s bag with a gun and later putting them back. The police bag had damaged locks, the affidavit said, and looked as if someone tried to pry the locks off the gun case.

Investigators searched Kelly’s home and found five of the six guns reported missing, and Kelly admitted taking them, the affidavit said.

Kelly previously had been convicted of attempted possession of a rented or leased motor vehicle, a felony that barred him from having or handling guns.

I don’t lie to y’all.  It’s like I’ve said before.

“Let’s face it, folks.  Since we are dropping off the luggage and we are picking it up, the only necessity for the luggage to be locked up is what happens behind the wall.  The only good of locking up the gun is theft by airport employees.  We know it, the TSA knows it, and the airlines know it.  It’s the truth.  None of this has anything to do with security.  It’s all about airport theft by airline or airport employees.”

Prior: Baggage Handler Steals Firearms In Austin Airport

The TSA Is An Irredeemable Clown Show

BY Herschel Smith
5 years, 5 months ago

Remember when I said this?

” … the TSA is an irredeemable clown show.”

To see yet more examples of just how bad it can get, and just how inconsistent it is from station to station, and just how badly they don’t even know their own rules, see this Reddit/Firearms discussion thread.

And then linked in that thread is another article I had missed, along with this video.

Remember folks, the most ignorant among us will gravitate towards control and rulership.

The Reason For TSA Rules For Flying With Firearms

BY Herschel Smith
5 years, 8 months ago

Via Codrea, this:

Authorities say a baggage handler at Portland International Airport stole six guns from checked luggage.

Court documents filed Friday show that 26-year-old Deshawn A. Kelly was arrested on suspicion of theft, being a felon in possession of a firearm and attempting to tamper with or obliterate the serial number on a firearm.

Remember what I said?

Let’s face it, folks.  Since we are dropping off the luggage and we are picking it up, the only necessity for the luggage to be locked up is what happens behind the wall.  The only good of locking up the gun is theft by airport employees.  We know it, the TSA knows it, and the airlines know it.  It’s the truth.  None of this has anything to do with security.  It’s all about airport theft by airline or airport employees.

Like I said.

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