Delta Air Lines CEO Says Trump Supporters Who Heckled Romney, Graham to go on No-Fly List

Nick Kangadis | January 14, 2021
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While it’s not exactly kosher to confront, heckle and yell at a politician while they’re going about their private lives — remember the outrage at leftists confronting Republicans at restaurants over the last four years — the politicians have made themselves so dislikable, so untrustworthy to the public that anger and frustration have boiled over and people aren’t simply accepting their fate at the hands of bureaucrats anymore.

That’s not condoning the action, merely analyzing and breaking down why it’s occurring in the first place.

Delta Air Lines has decided to go ahead on essentially ban paying customers caught on video heckling both Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) over the last couple of weeks.

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Graham was confronted at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport days after the events that transpired at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. on January 6. Romney’s confrontation occurred on January 5 at the Salt Lake City International Airport.

Reuters reported that Delta CEO Ed Bastian confirmed the news of the ban on those that confronted the senators. They will only be on the Delta’s no-fly list.

H/T: Washington Examiner