TSA Worried That Terrorists Have Infiltrated

We’ve all seen the reports regarding the performance of TSA agents at screening passengers at airports. Just last spring, it was reported that agents posing as passengers were able to smuggle weapons and mock explosives through 67 out of 70 TSA checkpoints, a failure rate of 95%.

Citing intelligence pointing to the growing likelihood that a bomb took down that Russian airliner above Egypt, and that it may have been planted by someone with access to the plane, U.S. homeland security officials are working to address aviation security vulnerabilities that come from more than 900,000 people whose jobs allow them largely unfettered access behind the scenes at nation’s airports.

ABC’s Brad Garrett joined us from Washington D.C.