After New Orleans 'Machete Man', TSA Now Calling For Armed Special Agents, Authority Over Local Police

Follow up on: New Orleans Airport 'Machete Man' [3-20-15] An Ordo-Ab-Chao Follow Up On LAX To Arm TSA? 3-21-15 "Is it real though? Was the last major airport incident real...the one at LAX last November (2014)? see 'related to' post linked - Back to the primary thing with this New Orleans incident, which can only be a continuation of the LAX "scene" of November 2014, which played out on the exact same topic... Question: Can the ZNWO realize the goal of total police-state lockdown of society without the airports being part of that system? The answer to that is obvious. An unarmed TSA of course cannot possibly meet the requirements of "the vision"...[see post]
TSA union calls for arming some airport employees

Washington (CNN) In the wake of a violent machete attack at a airport security checkpoint, the union that represents Transportation Security Administration officers is calling for a new elite force that would be armed and authorized to use deadly force at airports across the U.S.

Currently, the union says, those powers are relegated to a patchwork of local police forces who don't report to the TSA.

J. David Cox, national president of the American Federation of Government Employees, said TSA employees are banned from carrying weapons despite being on the front lines of aviation security.

"The employees that do the screening at all the airports now twice have become the victims and become the targets of people that want to do harm," he said.

The other incident he is referring to happened two years ago when an armed suspect at Los Angeles International Airport shot and killed a TSA officer and ran through a security checkpoint and terrorized passengers before being arrested and charged by Los Angeles Airport Police.

"We have had one of our employees murdered in Los Angeles. We had an attempted murder this Friday in New Orleans. We need law enforcement there that is ready to respond," Cox said. "Sure in New Orleans, the local law enforcement responded to the incident, but we're talking about 480 airports across the country."

Security measures at every airport are different and the local police departments are not under the authority of TSA supervisors, Cox said...But the union isn't calling for all TSA employees to be armed - just a new unit within the agency that is specially trained to handle volatile situations in tight spaces like security lines.

re: "TSA..victims...targets"?

TSA? Where did they come from anyway? Oh that's right, they were actually birthed from the 9/11 chaos, showing up out of nowhere almost immediately after the fact [link]. All of a sudden getting on a plane was now an ordeal. After an adjustment period (it could probably be called that) of some years, apparently the time came to introduce "mandatory body scanners". Lo and behold, what happened then? Right out of nowhere comes Undie-Boy with explosives in his britches causing all kinds of "chaos". Bingo, next day virtually, shoes off, x-rays and/or pat downs for everybody [see photo above; also: link]. A few more years go by, another adjustment period apparently again, and the time came for TSA to morph into armed airport special ops, and so here it goes again, out of nowhere comes the "TSA Under Attack" (TSA as "victims", "targets") production starring in the first part, a guy named CIA-n-CIA (remember him - link), and for a little double whammy effect, as is now evident, followed up on 3-20-15 by the appearance out of nowhere of New Orleans 'Machete Man'. And just like that, TSA now wants armed special agents and jurisdiction over local police.

Think it will happen? 9/11, Undie Boy, CIA-n-CIA, and Machete Man were not done-for-fun.

Whatever the case, whatever is done, believing make-believe is not mandatory. Walk in "the light of life" - John 8:12

See: 'When Everything...Public Believes Is False'...Disinfo Program Will Be Complete - William Casey CIA/ZWO 1981

Rev. 18:4

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