Delta Air Lines has placed customers who recently confronted Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on its no-fly list, CEO Ed Bastian told Reuters.
“Turning to disruption on recent U.S. flights by supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump, Bastian said Delta has placed passengers involved in incidents that targeted senators Mitt Romney and Lindsey Graham on its no-fly list,” the outlet reported Thursday.
Reuters tweeted video footage Saturday of a group chanting “Traitor!” as Graham was escorted through Reagan National Airport:
WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE – A group of supporters of President Trump confronted Senator Lindsey Graham at Washington’s Reagan National Airport. Police escorted Graham from the area pic.twitter.com/CoAWXLHoLE
— Reuters (@Reuters) January 9, 2021
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Journalist Amee Vanderpool tweeted a video on January 6 of a person asking Romney why he did not support President Trump:
The way Mitt Romney handles this encounter, and respectfully but