Allegiant Airlines sits at #14 when it comes to the size and influence it has on the American public. It’s hasn’t quite sunk to the lows that Spirit Airlines has when it comes to being a discount carrier of human cargo, but it certainly ranks higher than almost anyone else when it comes to being a lying, liberal drone.
One man was recently kick off an airline flight because he was wearing a mask on his face that had the now infamous line: “Let’s Go, Brandon.”
Of course, the airline is trying to spin the story and say that he was kicked off simply because he was being “unruly” but as the truth continues to come forward, it’s very clear that he wasn’t being “unruly.”
Allegiant’s spokesperson said to Fox Business:
“The video in question depicts part of an incident involving a passenger who failed to comply with repeated crew member requests to adhere to the federal face mask policy.”
Well, we’ve done a thorough checking of the CDC guidelines, and here’s what they say about mask requirements on airlines. These are the masks that don’t fulfill the mask requirement and are forbidden, as reported by Red State:
Masks worn in a way that does not cover both the mouth and nose
Face shields or goggles (face shields or goggles may be worn to supplement a mask that meets above required attributes)
Scarves, ski masks, balaclavas, or bandannas
Shirt or sweater collars (e.g., turtleneck collars) pulled up over the mouth and nose.
Masks made from loosely woven fabric or that are knitted, i.e., fabrics that let light pass through
Masks made from materials that are hard to breathe through (such as vinyl, plastic or leather)
Masks containing slits, exhalation valves, or punctures
Masks that do not fit properly (large gaps, too loose or too tight)
Strangely enough, there’s nothing on the list that says “Let’s Go, Brandon” isn’t allowed. We’ll let you judge for yourself, though, here’s the video of the “unruly” passenger.
Absolute state of this.
Man removed from flight because he has "let's go Brandon" on his face mask! pic.twitter.com/onuw11khp1
— Adalia Brand (@BrandAdalia) February 16, 2022
Author: Judy Wilhelm