A Trump supporter, who reportedly participated in the riots at the Capitol broke down in tears at the airport after being removed from Delta Plane.
The woman, who is unnamed, as well as others who took part in the riots, has apparently been put on a no-fly list as a consequence.
People were filmed cheering as a woman was removed from the plane, where she could be heard ranting about having no freedom of speech.
And now, another footage has surfaced of a woman, thought to be the same one taken off the plane, back in the airport along with other fellow Trump supporters that have been removed from their flights, too.
The man recording the footage shows the tearful woman before panning round to show some police offers standing around, who he calls as ‘f*cktards’.
“They kicked these people off the plane because they support President Trump and you’ve got all these f*cktards standing around doing nothing,” the man said in the video. “They were waiting for these people to come off the plane because they support President Trump.”
This is the latest in a series of recorded videos showing unhappy Trump supporters removed from their flights after participating in the Capitol riots.
The man in the video also said that he’s been branded a ‘f*cking terrorist’ for taking part in the riots with authorities, and that ‘they’ want to ‘ruin [his] life’.
The flying bans came after Bennie G. Thompson, Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, called for people who were part of the riot to be placed on the country’s no-fly list.
“Given the heinous domestic terrorist attack on the US Capitol yesterday, I am urging the Transportation Security Administration and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to use their authorities to add the names of all identified individuals involved in the attack to the federal No-Fly List and keep them off planes,” Thompson told Forbes.
The reason for putting rioters on no-flight lists is to prevent them from taking part in other violent incidents or rallies at the Capitol as Wednesday’s violent incident saw people from all over the US travel to Washington.