Delta CEO Opposes Georgia’s Voter ID Law, But ID Is Required to Board Airplanes

Delta CEO Opposes Georgia’s Voter ID Law, But ID Is Required to Board Airplanes


The CEO of Delta Air Lines came out swinging on Wednesday against Georgia’s allegedly racist new election security law, but neglected to mention that his airline has never once fought the federal government with regard to requiring that his airline’s passengers prove their identities.

Under federal regulations, you can’t get on a Delta flight — or any flight — without proper identification. Delta CEO Ed Bastian didn’t mention that when he issued a memo involving his company in the left’s racially charged identity politics to attack Georgians.

Bastian simply spewed nonsense, repeating Democratic Party talking points with regard to claiming that the idea that voters ought to prove they are who they say they are is essentially an act of racist voter suppression.

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“Last week, the Georgia legislature passed a sweeping voting reform act that could make it harder for many Georgians, particularly those in our Black and Brown communities, to

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