NICE! TSA Just SHUT DOWN Debbie Wasserman Schultz After Her Tweet About Muhammad Ali, Jr…

NEW YORK, USA - FEBRUARY 28: Muhammad Ali Jr., 44, son of former boxing world champion Muhammad Ali speaks to press members regarding the detention of him for 2 hours at a Florida airport despite having no criminal record and carrying a valid U.S. passport, in New York City, United States on February 28, 2017. (Photo by Volkan Furuncu/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

TSA responded to a tweet by Debbie Wasserman-Schultz over the weekend and said they did not, in fact, detain Muhammad Ali Jr. as had been suggested, per Weasel Zippers.

Check it out (via Courier-Journal):

The incident was first reported in a tweet sent Friday afternoon from Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s account: “On way home on DOMESTIC FLIGHT Muhammad Ali Jr. detained AGAIN by @DHSgov. Religiously profiling son of ‘The Greatest’ will not make us safe.” The tweet included a photo of Wasserman Schultz and Ali Jr. on a plane.

The TSA said it did not detain Ali Jr., but only stopped him to verify his identity. In an email to the Courier-Journal, a TSA spokesman wrote, “The TSA does not have the authority to detain passengers, and that did not happen.”

TSA clarified that to “detain” someone means to take them into custody.

“Law enforcement does that.”

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