November 15, 2010
News that Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano, otherwise known as “Big Sis,” has been caught in outright lies about airport security in her USA Today column has hit #1 on Google Trends, following Steve Watson’s article, “Big Sis Caught Lying To American People“. Good job again to our readers.
Homeland Security head Janet Napolitano, now forever known as Big Sis – a reference to George Orwell’s 1984 – has been caught telling some big lies in an attempt to quell an enormous public backlash against the full body scanning technology and invasive pat-down procedures that have been implemented by the TSA in airports nationwide.
In a blatant propaganda piece published by USA Today, Napolitano describes the scanning machines as safe and the pat-downs as “discreet”, in the face of a flood of complaints from scientists, pilots, flight attendants, privacy groups, parents, Muslim groups and everyday passengers, all rebelling against over the top security.
Further evidence to the fact that a TSA revolt is in full swing is the fact that the #2 trends today is “don t touch my junk,” a clear reference to the incident involving John Tyner, a would-be passenger in San Diego who refused to submit to either the body scanner or the invasive pat-down. His story has been prominently linked on Drudge, and further encapsulates the outrage over the tyranny of TSA.
Alex Jones: Big Sis Caught Lying To American People