Transportation Security Administration launches probe of Orlando air marshal field office over derogatory “Jeopardy” board discovered.
SHOCK: According to CNN, the Transportation Security Administration has launched an internal probe into an air marshal field office in Orlando, Florida, where supervisors allegedly used a crew assignment board to poke fun and keep score on women, gays and minorities. The board, which resembled TV game show “Jeopardy,” reportedly included categories such as “pickle smokers,” “our gang,” and “creatures,” names used by managers for gay men, blacks and lesbians, according to CNN.
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