American Airlines gives groveling apology to Twitter troll whining over pilot’s ‘Let’s go, Brandon!’ sticker

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American Airlines tripped all over themselves to quickly apologize to a leftist passenger who complained online about a pilot who had a “Let’s go, Brandon!” sticker on his luggage and proceeded to go viral for it on social media proving that not all publicity is good publicity.

Dana Finley Morrison, who has predictably set her Twitter account to private, decided to take a photo of the sticker and send it to American Airlines’ management and customer service asking them if they were okay with it. “hey AmericanAir y’all cool with your pilots displaying this kind of cowardly rhetoric on their crew luggage when they’re in uniform, about to fly a plane? we are not the only passengers who noticed and were disgusted. today in UVF about to board to Miami,” she tweeted.

American Airlines responded to the leftist whining, tweeting, “Thank you for bringing this to our attention and we want to get this to the right team. Please DM any additional details.”

Morrison wasn’t done complaining. She had a whole back and forth with American Airlines representatives taking issue with the sticker. They assured her that her unconstitutional complaints would be reviewed by the proper authorities.

“It’s disappointing that your team cannot provide a public position on speech that supports the insurrection / violence against the US government. This feels like the minimum that AA could provide to ensure loyal flyers feel safe about who is flying the AA fleet,” Morrison whinged.

“We take this very seriously and have sent this over to crew leadership,” American Airlines responded. “They will handle this internally after review. We assure you appropriate internal review will occur.”

Her complaints were ripped by many on Twitter. The backlash was justifiably intense over her attack against free speech.

“Hope he and everyone else gets a raise for having to deal with Karen passengers such as this one,” journalist Mollie Hemingway snarked.

“This pilot deserves a raise for dealing with entitled Karens while doing his job,” tweeted DeSantis Press Secretary Christina Pushaw.

“Don’t fire your pilots for being conservative or criticizing Biden,” Pushaw added. “We won’t have any pilots left. As if the thousands of flight cancellations aren’t enough already. @AmericanAir do the right thing.”

“Why are you responding to this bully? Stand with your employee, not internet trolls like Dana,” columnist Rita Panahi stated.

“[Let’s go, Brandon] is free speech,” wrote another person on Twitter. “We don’t live in North Korea. So stop with the cancel culture.”

“You’re pathetic! Free world honey! Deal with it! I can’t stand ppl like you, like a tattle tale gross! Get a life! So you’re a Dem? Just leave the pilot alone, if he gets fired I hope he sues you (sic),” wrote another critic.

This is the same airline that allowed crew members to wear “Black Lives Matter” pins in 2020. However, they reportedly did not allow employees to wear pins backing law enforcement.

It’s no wonder that Morrison went private on Twitter – she was pummeled for her attack against the pilot – American Airlines take note:


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