An American Airlines pilot is making heads turn after issuing an in-flight warning to misbehaving Trump fans.
According to media reports, the pilot threatened to divert the aircraft to Kansas and ‘dump’ all of President Trump’s supporters who began misbehaving. The fed-up pilot was furious as ever after fans began chanting slogans from across the board. The flight took off from Washington D.C. on Friday, as the video showed.
In the same way, viewers can hear the infuriated pilot’s bold claims, “I’ll put this aircraft down in the middle of Kansas and dump people off.” The pilot also mentioned how he didn’t have a care in the world of what other people thought of his actions, after making the threatening call over a loudspeaker.
The shocking video was posted on Twitter, going viral in an instant. Similarly, the video also shows the pilot requesting the passengers to behave or else he will have to do what it takes to make them quiet. And if that means dumping off people in Kansas, then so be it.
Just moments before the shocking incident went viral, the video showed how the loyal Trump patriots kept on shouting “USA” time and time again. The flight was originally bound for Phoenix but many started worrying whether or not it would make it there in time as threats of turning to Kansas loomed.
The second video of the incident was posted on Twitter by Mindy Robinson. She ran for a position in Congress but failed to get the success she hoped for from Nevada’s 3rd district. Mindy mentions in her post how she and many other supporters donned MAGA hats and started yelling chants for “USA.”
That action proved to be too much for the pilot who came on the speaker to explain a change of plans to Kansas, in case they didn’t stop. Robinson wrote how the pilot wanted the passengers to obey every single rule.
On the other hand, a spokesperson for American Airlines described in an email how the pilot wished all the passengers would obey instructions from crew members. Also, the pilot wanted to make sure everyone complied with the airline’s face-covering policies too.
The spokesperson says that the journey did not have any ‘in-flight issues’ after the takeoff.