“Just say no” to humiliation and abuse this Thanksgiving
Paul Joseph Watson
November 16, 2012
WIth just three days to go until the Opt Out & Film campaign begins, the effort to stand up to the TSA is garnering national attention, with consumer advocate Chris Elliott throwing his support behind a move to “just say no” to invasive screening procedures.
Writing for the Huffington Post, Elliott points to the Infowars campaign (infowars.com/optout) as a way to “Slow screenings to the point where the agency will have to reconsider the way it checks air travelers, as it did during a successful opt-out action two years ago.”
Pointing out the fact that airport body scanners pose a major health threat, are useless at detecting foreign objects, haven’t caught a single terrorist, and represent an unconstitutional violation of privacy, Elliott emphasizes that, “In order to end the warrantless scans for good, we need to stand up at the same time and say “no” even after Opt-Out Week ends. We need to do it until the TSA changes the way it screens us.”
Infowars is also encouraging people to hand out flyers to other travelers to educate them about their rights and urge them to participate in the opt out campaign. You can download our flyer here or feel free to create your own.
Please go to infowars.com/optout or visit the campaign’s Facebook page to get involved in the effort which begins on Monday and throughout Thanksgiving week. It is crucial that you film your TSA encounter and upload the video to You Tube with the tag ‘opt out’ or with ‘TSA Opt Out’ somewhere in the headline. Please email your video links to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be featured on Infowars.com.