Flying With Fanatics


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It’s bad enough having to listen to Trump nuts at family dinners, your local tavern, on the internet, Fox News, etc. Imagine getting stuck next to one on an airplane. One such passenger seated next to a Trump fanatic whipped out her camera and made a video of the guy standing in the aisle shouting at the other passengers. Apparently Delta Airlines offers seats at window, aisle, and lunatic.

The man asked if there were any “Hillary bitches on the plane,” and continued with “Come on, baby!” “Trump! That’s what I’m talking about. Hey, baby! Donald Trump! He’s your president, every god damn one of you. If you don’t like it, too bad.” Well we don’t like it and it is too bad.

There is something about Donald Trump that inspires stupidity to get even louder than usual. The man was allowed to remain on the flight from Atlanta to Allentown, Pennsylvania which is shocking. Allentown has an airport? Delta eventually banned the guy from their airline for life.

If you think that guy’s crazy another Trump crackpot is claiming Donald Trump actually won the popular vote if you discard the millions of illegal voters. Oh wait…that Trump crackpot is Donald Trump.

Trump has no evidence there was mass voter fraud or that he won the popular vote. At this point Hillary Clinton has two million more votes than Trump. It’s pretty bad when the maniacs who love fake news and conspiracy theories include the president-elect. It’s also really weird that the candidate who won is complaining about the results and claiming voter fraud.

The main thing Trump is upset about is the recount effort in a few states he won by very slim margins. I don’t expect the recount to change the results but we need to conduct them to find out the truth. When there’s accusations of a foreign government hacking into our system and the results were so different from the polls, it needs to be looked into it.

I’m sure Trump will continue not being presidential and take the occasional break from using the presidency to enrich his corporation and appointing Nazis to his cabinet to tweet out new conspiracy theories.

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6 comments

  1. My first thought while watching the video of the jerk on the Delta flight was, “Wow. How cool of the passengers totally ignoring him.”

    My second thought was, “Why doesn’t the network news ignore the rants of Mr. Trump.”

    My third thought was, “That’ll never happen.”

    My fourth thought was, “Sad!”

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  2. December 7, 1940 – “A date which will live in infamy”. – I know this is off subject and a few days after my last post as regards our Native Americans.

    Today in history – November 29, 1864 – another day of infamy
    A Colorado militia killed at least 150 peaceful Cheyenne Indians in the Sand Creek Massacre.

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  3. Some blogs/articles made a good point: After the Twitter rant Mr. Trump went on about how the recount was a scam, & impossible (which he only said after Hillary Clinton said she’d participate – meaning she’d have representatives watching the counting efforts, just as he’s welcome to do), he seemed to lose track of his own argument.

    If – as he says – he won the popular vote, but there was massive voter fraud, wouldn’t a recount be prudent?? I mean, it could show he won by an even larger margin! He should be demanding recounts everywhere! 😀

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    1. A Muslim man doesn’t even need to be on the plane. The (11/12/16) Daytona Beach News Journal had a front page article about a Facebook post by a member of the Florida Transportation Commission. The post included a picture of a man in a wheel chair(!) wearing a head scarf, and had the caption, “Ever want to get off the plane whe (sic) loading?” The article also included some of the commission member’s “friends’ ” comments, which reflected their bigotry and ignorance.

      The next day’s paper ran an “apology” article (on the front page of the “Local” section), which was the typical non-apology: “I apologize for any hurt I may have caused. It was not my intention. … In hindsight, it was a mistake to post.” Yes – a mistake to post, but no apology or compunction for being a bigot.

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