TSA Searches Dying 95-Year-Old Woman For 45 Minutes and Reportedly Forces Her To Remove Adult Diaper

While TSA has finally given into complaints about its staff groping children, it appears undeterred with geriatrics. A family was horrified last week when TSA subjected Lena Reppert, 95, to a 45 minute search and forced her to remove her adult diaper. Reppert is in the late-stages of leukemia and was traveling to her native Michigan to say goodbye.

She was singled out by TSA because she was in a wheelchair. When they found the adult diaper, she and her daughter were given the choice of either not flying or flying without the adult diaper.

The daughter has now filed a complaint.

Source: Telegraph

44 thoughts on “TSA Searches Dying 95-Year-Old Woman For 45 Minutes and Reportedly Forces Her To Remove Adult Diaper

  1. I’ve seen a lot of questionable people let right onto planes, no questions asked! Then an Irish woman in her 90’s get’s stopped because she’s in a wheel chair. The problem is that the TSA employees have absolutely no street smarts and no interpersonal skills what so ever. The pay is so low that they are all borderline autistic and can’t really get any other job. I don’t know who the heck came up with such an idea to have these overgrown children grope and sexually assault caucasian people at will. Perhaps it is a sick joke on society and someone is having a laugh! Not me!

  2. The only real solution is to get rid of the TSA and DHS.
    Then get us out of war and the middle east.
    Then limit who we let in our country

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