Where’s the Fraud?“Officers are trained to identify fraudulent documents,” said a TSA spokesman, reaching out to a reporter who’d tweeted about a bad security experience. Justin Gray of Orlando’s WFTV, who lives in the nation’s capital, tried to use his Washington D.C. driver’s license to board a flight home, but a TSA agent demanded his passport. After talking with him briefly, Gray determined the agent did not know what the District of Columbia was. Thanks to a supervisor’s intervention, Gray did make it through security. (AC/WFTV Orlando) ...I guess the Tuchus Stroking Administration employs The Stupidest Americans.
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