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Delta Airlines Wants To Create A Federal No-Fly List For ‘Unruly’ Passengers


The Communist double speak in our society is staggering.

The words ‘disruptive’ and ‘unruly’—the actual language Delta Airlines uses to describe passengers who wouldn’t conform to absurd Covid-19 regulations are both such broad terms.

Unruly and disruptive can really mean anything—they can mean whatever it is the airline deems as behavior it doesn’t like at that particular moment in time without any rhyme or reason.

Sources claim that Delta Airlines is trying to use these labels as a pretense to create a federal no-fly database in conjunction with the Department of Justice.

I have previously called for a boycott of Delta Airlines, and this is just one more reason to add to the growing list of reasons why no American should patronize Delta with their hard earned Dollars.

Liberals championed the Orwellian move, citing what they always cite for their poor policy positions—the good of others:

Those not on the far-left spectrum of politics had other takes on the issue:

Fox Business confirmed:

In a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland obtained by FOX Business, Delta CEO Edward Bastian appealed to federal authorities to help the tense situation as consumers “reclaim” the skies following prolonged restrictions during the pandemic.

Delta already put nearly 1,900 people on a private “no-fly” list for refusing to comply with masking requirements, with 900 of those people submitted to the TSA for civil penalties.

The Denver Gazette explains that the DOJ is in favor of clamping down on unruly passengers, but won’t back the Delta no-fly initiative:

The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday said it is “fully committed” to holding disruptive airline passengers who violate federal law accountable, but did not endorse Delta Air Lines’ request to add convicted passengers to a government no-fly list.


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