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Maxine Waters among lawmakers accused of abusing privilege of air marshals on flights

AP

Waters flew from Washington, DC to Minneapolis to attend Derek Chauvin trial

By William La Jeunesse, Lee Ross

Fox News

A program created after 9/11 to protect the flying public is being abused by Congress, according to an association representing federal air marshals, essentially creating, in their words, a VIP “concierge service” for members.

The Air Marshal National Council, which represents some of the nation’s roughly 2,000 air marshals, says the problem began after the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. Following that, some fearful lawmakers began requesting security — not just on Capitol grounds, but to and from their districts and even to vacation spots.

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