Last week, a story made the rounds of how the TSA harassed and terrorized three-year old Lucy Forck in a wheelchair so much that she no longer wanted to go on her trip to Disney World. The TSA has now issued a sort of apology to the little girl and her parents.
From TownHall.com’s Todd Starns:
“TSA regrets inaccurate guidance was provided to this family during screening and offers its apology,” a TSA spokesman told me in an email.
The TSA also admitted their agents made another mistake. Passengers are allowed to film TSA procedures. And they also said Lucy should never have been subjected to a pat-down.
This is a slightly better response than the ones that Shelbi Walser, Rocco Dubiel and Isabella Brademeyer got. All this shows is a history of abusing little children and violating the terms of why the TSA is at the airport. John Pistole, the head of the TSA, has repeatedly told the American public that this sort of behavior won’t be tolerated and isn’t supposed to happen, yet it occurs so regularly that only a fool would believe him.