Despite the Transportation and Safety Administration causing violation of Americans’ 4th Amendment constitutionally rights, they have caused other ridiculous faults such as drinking on the job, and spilling crematory ashes on the ground and then laughing at the incident.
TSA’s latest transgression though was declaring that needles found in turkey sandwiches served on numerous Delta Air Lines flights on Sunday should not be regarded as a safety or terror threat. David Castelveter, a spokesman for the TSA, said that his Administration is responsible for “ensuring the security of the airline catering process” and also stated, “TSA conducts ongoing inspections to ensure airlines and contractors comply with these security requirements.” Such a statement seems contradictory to their various faulty acts on the job and for taking measures such as strip searching and patting down to ensure that no passenger can get through a gate holding a safety or terror violation.
Business-class passengers discovered needles in six different sandwiches, which were flying from Amsterdam to the United States, on two flights, one to Atlanta and the other to Minneapolis and then Seattle. One passenger even endured a small injury. A spokeswoman for Delta Airlines says that all of the sandwiches were made at Gate Gourmet, a kitchen in Amsterdam for one of the world’s largest caterers of airlines.