New York activist Tamika Mallory says she was booted from an American Airlines flight in Miami after a pilot inserted himself into a dispute over her seat assignment. Mallory, a co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington, was traveling home to New York when the pilot followed her to scold her over an argument she had with a gate agent. He then had her summoned from her seat and kicked off the flight, she told the Daily News. “It definitely was white male aggression. I was singled out, I was disrespected, and he was trying to intimidate me. I was
The odds are pretty good that this black female is a bastid maker like 73% of them are! 3 out of 4 illegitimate little black babies produced by angry black women JUST LIKE YOU which results in NO FATHER, NO DISCIPLINE, entry into GANGS, and possibly rape, robbery, and murder..and we white male and female "aggressive types" PAY FOR THEIR WELFARE! Literally!
But like most fools, these people refuse to be "Confused by the Facts"....
Comment #12 is so correct. She only rose to fame after the Dems picked her as a useful idiot when her "baby´s daddy" was shot and killed in gang violence in Chicago. Photos of her being herded into the limelight by Linda Sosour and some tranny are on the web.
From NYC Parents were activists, worked for Sharpton/NAN Single Mom Baby Daddy drug dealer shot dead by his drug dealer partner Her 18 year old son works for Sharpton/NAN Into gun control, women´s rights & police violence Served on de Blasio´s transition team. Working to elimiate racist policies that produce mass incarceration.
None of the above is surprising - in fact, it is predicable.
I´m guessing there is a whole lot more to this story than the oh so polite and well behaved little african american sweetheart being viscously and "for absolutely no reason" bullied and threatened by the big troglodytic Airline pilot.
The fact that the NY Daily News accepted this version of the story with no reservations whatsoever speaks volumes to why most of us simply don´t trust the media.
We´ll get the truth tomorrow. My bet is the bwitch is running around with the typical SJW chip on her shoulder and her nasty mouth primed and ready to attack for the slightest perceived "disrespect". Seems that "disrespect" is a capital crime to her.
Sadly, respect is earned, just like disrespect, and she earned a lot of disrespect that time.
I´ll take a wild guess here and say the Pilot probably Googled her after she was seated and found out who she is just like many of us just have! I´d have done the same thing. A Leftist rabble-rouser looking for a situation is not what you want on an airplane!
You can bet your life that very soon the ACLU, NAACP, etc. will file a lawsuit against the airline for racism, discrimination, hate crime, and any other alleged slight she suffered because of her own bad behavior. You can see the writing on the wall. What a despicable human she is. She is just a female version of the NFL players always screaming about their abuse and oppression. It´s extremely tiresome and beyond offensive and infuriating.
Guess her black privilege didn´t help her this time. I wasn´t there, but I can just imagine her attitude with the gate person and with the pilot. Both probably wanted to smack her racist black face -- and probably rightly so.
MAYBE the Pilot, like many of us, has just had it with these uppity nasty Activists! Maybe, like many of us, he´s just sick and tired of being called a Racist, being disrespected just because he´s White! I hope that was the case and he took one for the REST OF US! I am sick to death of Black Football Players taking a knee, BLM or any other Blacks who care to WHINE about how bad they have it. Jeesh. They live in Public PAID housing, get FREE food with Food Stamps and Get their way simply by yelling the word RACIST! I´m tired of it and I could care less what happens to them! BACK OFF!
The pilot showed good judgement where he saw that she was a problem on the ground - with an easy solution - remove her. However, by her actions there is a real possibility that she could be a problem at 30,000 feet with the potential of panicking the passengers where there are no good or easy solutions.
As everything to a hammer is a nail, everything to a racist hate-monger like Tamika -- and Jackson, Sharpton, et. al. -- is an act of racial discrimination, especially if there´s the possibility of a financial settlement.
She tried to intimidate him when she said she would write her complaint down. The pilot already knows she has the right to complain, but she said it to twist his arm. That´s why she was booted. A bit harsh, perhaps, but still his prerogative.
Next time, lady, just write it down and file it. Don´t try to intimidate a pilot.
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Donna M, 10/17/2017 1:37:13 AM (No. 11419718)
Sorry guys. Dollars to donuts Tamika sues, Sharpton or Warren Wilhelm get into the act, and AA caves. That Captain may be flying a desk or crop dusters unless the APA (the AA pilots´ union) is less than toothless. Just the way with airlines nowadays.
BTW the Daily Snooze is rejected by birds as cage liner.
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