New Report Shows Frequent TSA Failures, Tells Same Old Story
According to a new report, the TSA failed about 95 percent of Homeland Security tests, but TSA officials said that figure was taken out of context.By Jasmine Bailey | June 2, 2015
Full-body scanners, pat-downs and metal detectors — the National Transportation Safety Board takes a number of precautions to keep passengers safe.
But the bottom line is even with last year's $7 billion budget, much of which was tax dollars, these precautions are not working.
CNN reports, "TSA officers failed 95 percent of the time during undercover operations designed to test their ability to detect explosives and weapons at airport security checkpoints."