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`Americans are being referred for criminal prosecution over their bizarre actions aboard airplanes

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If there’s one thing that Americans absolutely have down pat it is most definitely bizarre behaviour aboard airplanes. What would normally be one’s worst nightmare 35,000 ft in the air has now become a sport for others who have politiczed mask mandates as a “left-wing” kind of thing.

According to the FAA, at least 37 or so Americans have now been referred for formal criminal prosecution for their antics aboard airplanes. Those antics include: refusing to wear masks, assaulting flight attendants, attempting to open the airplane door hatch, and of course the infamous guy who tried to charge the cockpit.

The problems first began at the onset of the pandemic when many right-wing Americans claimed that the pandemic was fake (we’d like to reiterate that it definitely is not.) As a result of those claims, many refused to wear masks; comply with mandates, and at times have even outright refused to comply with vaccine mandates. The issue gained even further steam in America after just last week a 20-year-old passenger was arrested for assaulting an American Airlines flight attendant (see here.)


These moves come amid unions and the like pressuring the FAA to make dramatic new moves in an effort to criminalise those who misbehave aboard flights. We’d like to remind people that it is federal law not state law that requires masks on flights in America (and even in other parts of the world they have similar laws.)

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By Jacinda Marie Brown

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