The TSA and Homeland must have known that wait times would soar if more rigorous screening was implemented. They did it anyway.
But here’s the real reason, as we read in a just posted AP Article:
In the past three years, the TSA and Congress cut the number of front-line screeners by 4,622 — or about 10 percent — on expectations that an expedited screening program called PreCheck would speed up the lines. However, not enough people enrolled for TSA to realize the anticipated efficiencies.
In other words, PreCheck has been in a failure. Not enough Americans have been willing to make themselves “known” to FedGov and Homeland Security.
The way to fix it is to make people so miserable that they join.
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