Appears you fail to understand that invoking one's Fifth Amendment rights applies to a per question basis - it does not automatically cascade to subsequent questions. This is why people asking questions such as police, prosecutors, and legislators may continue asking questions after the Fifth has been invoked.Sideshow Sean pleads the fifth, but must have meant the fifth dimension instead of the 5th amendment, because AFTER he pleaded the 5th he didn't STFU even for a second!
I guess that he overeats and/or under exercises. He is not alone. About 74 per cent of adults in the United States are overweight and about 44 per cent of adults are so overweight to be classified obese - 59.4% of overweight adults are obese.And WTF is going on with the man *advertiser censored* Sideshow Sean is rocking? He's starting to look like "Robert Paulson" in Fight Club.
Yet, overweight people still retain their Constitutional protections, so I'm uncertain what the point of your comment is other than to be an irrelevant attack. In fact, some of these people are able to attain additional protections and legs up under the law. Some animals are more equal than other animals.
OK. I searched YT for Auditing America + airport and found two videos, one at Logan Airport and the other at Orlando Airport. The first one occurs nowhere near a TSA screening area - the troopers even mention that the area is upstairs. The second involves him actually processing through a TSA area because he is a passenger - from 3:44 onward. I viewed the TSA and other airport/airline personnel goofing around with him, but I didn't see oration about not being searched. The only (gentle) admonishment from TSA was after he completed screening when he was told not to zoom in on the X-ray machines.Auditing America. Stands at airport screening areas loudly orating that nobody should be subjected to a search because it violates their 4A rights.
If you would be kind enough to provide a link to the video you mention and a time mark of this oration, I'd appreciate it.