Some of us here at TSA News and at Travel Underground stopped flying long ago. Though we love — no, adore — travel, we stopped flying when the Reign of Molestation was implemented. I took the last flight of my life in September 2010. Wendy Thomson did likewise around the same time. Sommer Gentry, who used to fly about 50 times a year, has almost completely stopped, and will fly only rarely and only when she can avoid the strip-search scanners and the gropes; otherwise, she turns around and walks out.
Countless other people have also stopped flying because of the TSA, as their comments and letters-to-the-editor all over the blogosphere attest. And now someone famous has joined the club: former Governor of Minnesota and pro-wrestler Jesse Ventura.
He tells why in this interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan.