Millions of travelers hate the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), thanks to its invasive body scans, its pat-downs that border on molestation, and its general ineffectiveness when it comes to evaluating threats.
But it's not just fliers who are treated terribly. The TSA is also plagued by a "toxic" workplace culture where senior officials' misconduct goes unpunished and those who threaten to speak out face retaliation, according to a report from Republicans on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
The committee says its probe started in 2015, when it started receiving "credible allegations" of wrongdoing. The investigators found a host of problems, which the committee believes are directly related to low employee morale. The report, released yesterday, says: