The direction we are going towards is alarming to say the least.
According to reports Lora Reinbold will now face an unspecified ban on Alaska Airlines. Her only crime? Not complying with their mask policy.
Senator Reinbold even said that she wasn’t even approached or talked to about the decision; they simply informed her of the ban.
I would say that this is the latest example of the Covid cult destroying our country, but the madness is so widespread that I doubt it.
There is a mass psychosis in this country right now. It first took shape as TDS or “Trump Derangement Syndrome”, and now it is taking form as the Covid cult.
Take a look:
Fox News had more on the story:
"We have notified Senator Lora Reinbold that she is not permitted to fly with us for her continued refusal to comply with employee instruction regarding the current mask policy," spokesman Tim Thompson said on Saturday, and confirmed the same to Fox News. "This suspension is effective immediately, pending further review."
Federal law requires all guests to wear a mask over their nose and mouth at all times during travel, including throughout the flight, during boarding and deplaning, and while traveling through an airport," he explained. Moving forward, the length of Reinbold's ban will be determined by a review, Thompson said.
On Thursday, video footage hit Twitter of Reinbold appearing to argue with Alaska Airlines staff at Juneau International Airport over the PPE protocol, the Associated Press reports. In the quick clip, an Alaska staffer named Troy told the senator "We need you to pull the mask up or I’m not going to let you on the plane." More specifically, Troy clarified that "We can't have it down below your nose."
Anchorage Daily News brought us this coverage:
In a Sunday Facebook post, she wrote, “I have a new appreciation for the marine ferry system (and) am keenly aware of a monopoly in air transport to Juneau that needs reviewed!”
Thompson, with Alaska Airlines, said the length of Reinbold’s ban will be determined after a review. Alaska Airlines had banned 506 people as of Friday.
Reinbold said in a message to a Daily News reporter Saturday — after telling an anti-mask group she was en route to Juneau by car — that she had not been notified of a ban.
In the state Capitol on Monday, she said she had received a message either Friday or Saturday from the airline.
Thompson said he was not able to provide a copy of the notice sent to Reinbold, “but the notice was received.”
“I hope to be on an Alaska Airlines flight in the near future,” Reinbold said earlier Saturday.