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Video: He Just Learned He’s On The No-Fly List After His Group Stormed The Capitol. He’s Not Happy

by SharonKurheg

Every media outlet out there has written about the thousands of Trump supporters who traveled to Washington D.C. Many stormed the Capitol, taped their activities with their phones and posted it on social media.

Not surprisingly, many of those people, who some are referring to as “domestic terrorists,” are now finding themselves arrested, fired, or being called to resign from their positions.

Airlines and flight attendants were concerned about security risks when carrying some of these individuals home, so they took extra precautions – they beefed up security, at least one airline temporarily banned alcohol on its D.C. flights, and one pilot even threatened to “dump people off” if his passengers didn’t behave.

There’s one more thing that’s starting to happen though – they’re going on airlines’ no-fly lists. From Reuters:

Alaska Airlines said on Friday it has banned 14 passengers from future travel with the carrier after what it called “unacceptable” behavior on a flight from Washington Dulles to Seattle.

U.S airlines and law enforcement agencies bolstered security at Washington-area airports after reports of “mob behavior” by supporters of President Donald Trump on flights into the region before Wednesday’s siege on the U.S. Capitol,” raising concern about their departure.

Seattle-based Alaska said a number of passengers on a flight out of Washington late Thursday “were non-mask compliant, rowdy, argumentative and harassed our crew members.”

“Because of their actions and non-compliance, we have banned 14 of those passengers from future travel with us,” the airline said in a statement.

One of our readers even found video that appears to be one of the insurgents just finding out at the airport that he’s now on an airline’s no-fly list (Note: video is NSFW, with adult language):

“…They called me a f*****g terrorist and now they want to ruin my f*****g life.”

Indeed.

Many thanks to Tereen H. for the heads up about this video

Feature Photo: Phil Horton/flickr

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7 comments

Shelly January 10, 2021 - 11:46 pm

Where are all the “shouldn’t have broke the law” cries now

Bad decisions have consequences

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Thatguy January 11, 2021 - 6:26 am

Yeah real funny how they literally start crying when they face consequences.

These morons thought they’d just “revolution” it up and then go home and be regular people again. Lmao. I guarantee you this man has celebrated the death or arrest of dozens of protesters he doesn’t like and regularly complains about BLM and Antifa.

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Dave January 11, 2021 - 6:33 am

Got what you deserved, hopefully when you do get home you won’t have a job either, they didn’t ruin your life, you and Donald did.

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AlohaDaveKennedy January 11, 2021 - 8:54 am

Seattle-based Alaska said a number of passengers on a flight out of Washington late Thursday “were non-mask compliant, rowdy, argumentative and harassed our crew members. “Because of their actions and non-compliance, we have banned 14 of those passengers from future travel with us,” the airline said in a statement. — this sounds like rowdy people being properly vetted and removed by Alaska. There is no mention of these people being insurgents or terrorists.

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SharonKurheg January 11, 2021 - 10:58 am

Well, except that the guy himself cried that he was being labeled a terrorist…

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DT January 11, 2021 - 3:32 pm

@sharon – That single person was a separate incident from the 14 on plane “rowdy’s”.

The only reservation I have is that the ban, other than for disruption airline operations (like those 14), should apply to those that can be confirmed to have stormed the capital, and not all protesters. I also hope they do the same for all violent demonstrators regardless of the location, individual, and/or intent. There were a lot of violent “protests” this last year.

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Issac Jones January 17, 2021 - 8:14 am

@thatguy would love to hear why any person attending a blm protest that turned into looting should not be on the no fly list as well?

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