The bigger government gets, the harder it is to keep tabs on everything.
Nowhere is that more obvious than at the Transportation Security Administration.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find an American that doesn’t have a gripe with the TSA.
Here’s the latest unflattering moment from the beleaguered administration.
From Washington Examiner:
Twelve current and former Transportation Security Administration employees are facing charges they smuggled millions of dollars in cocaine through airport security in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The Department of Justice announced Monday the six people named participated in a conspiracy to move 20 tons of cocaine through the San Juan airport. The scheme lasted from 1998 until 2016, according to DOJ.
According to the statement, a drug mule would bring cocaine to the airport and drop it off with a baggage handler with connections to the cartel.
Not a good day for the TSA.