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Billions upon billions of dollars have been spent to increase security and America's airports in the last ten years after September the eleventh.
But there are still major chinks in the armor.
Congress is now revealing that thousands of breaches an out dated -- greens are still happening.
Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson junior -- his right now.
There are a lot of people flying around this vacation season they wanna go to the airport and think they're secure in this report says then maybe not so much in this two reports that based on congress' findings may be we're not as safe as we think.
We it's kinda disturbing.
Congressman Jason cheapest points out that since 2001.
There have been 25000.
At airports across the country wouldn't meaning that people are going into areas that they shouldn't -- Meaning the people of gotten through screening when they should've gotten through screening.
We know about the Nigerian American men recently -- -- flew across the country on expired boarding pass right and we know of other instances.
He also says that there are 1800000.
Security credentials that have been given out by the TSA.
Private secure areas in airports around the country.
Almost a million people have access to so called secure areas here in the United States and our airports yet so he's what he's sending a warning signal.
And he saying no this is out of control how can we have 25000.
Breaches after billions and billions of dollars million year old people being pat down right now a little -- -- little babies but -- and searched what's that about.
Exactly and and Peter -- you take the news that a couple of days ago on Monday we showed.
The the stun gun that was found on board that airplane jetBlue airlines -- and it's.
What is the starting gun -- -- a little cell a cell phone size stunned and now.
The second piece of the package is that represented John Mica.
Of Florida is unveiling a Government Accountability Office.
Report right that says yes we've spent billions of dollars on explosive.
And detection for checked baggage here in the United States.
-- problem is though.
A lot of the baggage screening.
The standard I know and it doesn't pick up.
The chemicals that are in the newest types of its -- and now Peter they're also talking about so and bombs into their belly and they've -- -- standing there.
That is how big is right now I don't -- -- -- changes there's 2005.
Standards there's 2010.
Where more than ten years from thirteen years.
Beyond the pale.
Did so after billions of dollars and thousands of lives lost and given the aviation industry and our transportation people a pass in 2001.
Where are -- it should spark outrage and both these congressman are smart in pointing this out this needs to be fixed.
So what -- -- federal government say the TSA statement -- like that's the breaches represent a tiny fraction of 1% of the air travelers who used US airports in the past decade.
Many of these instances were thwarted or discovered in the act.
These events were reported investigated and remedied but ultimately Peter -- briefly.
It just takes one it just takes one -- -- them.
Say something and I governments that do a better job we needed to they must Peter Johnson junior thank you are --
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