Insurrectionist Loses It When Informed He’s On No-Fly List

Insurrection no fly list

UPDATE: USA Today has fact-checked this and determined the man in the video was asked to deplane for violating the airline’s mask requirement, not because he was on a no-fly list.

In the aftermath of the insurrectionist violence perpetrated on the U.S. Capitol this past week, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, issued a statement asking the TSA and FBI add all identified individuals involved in the attack to the federal No-Fly list and keep them off planes.

In the video below, it looks like one of the ‘identified individuals’ had just been informed he was not going to flying the friendly skies any time soon.

Says the invasion participant: “[Unintelligible] every single one of you! That’s what they do to us! They kicked me off a plane and called me a fucking terrorist! They want to fucking ruin my life!”

No doll, you did that yourself. Actions have consequences.

As one commenter wrote, it’s amazing that “they thought they could fly to DC, sleep in a hotel, stage a riot/insurrection, go back to the hotel, drink in the bar, sleep overnight, then fly back home – like it was no different than a trip to Comic-Con.”

The hashtag #NoFlyList began trending shortly after this hit the Twitterverse. I’ve added a few more of the ‘fine people’ who found themselves banned thanks to their own actions.