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Harry Kazianis

Trump Supporter Learns They’re On No-Fly List, Kicked Off Plane in DC

Donald Trump in Oval Office
President Trump Speaks on the Phone with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, and Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates

While 19FortyFive cannot independently confirm the authenticity of the video, a clip uploaded to TickTok then loaded to YouTube shows a self-described Trump supporter kicked off a flight in what looks like Dulles Airport in Washington, DC (an educated guess as I have flown out of this airport a lot and it looks exactly like it.)

YouTube user Jason Morris attached this to the video:

Trump rioter banned from flying!

People who broke into the Capitol Wednesday are now learning they are on No-Fly lists pending the full investigation.

They are not happy about this. When you were part of a group that violently stormed the US Capitol in a coup attempt, nobody wants you to be with you 30,000 feet in the air onboard a potential missile. Lessons from 9/11. It amazes me 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.

These people have no idea of the hell they unleashed. Now they wanna pull the victim card! No sorry, do insane stuff, live with the consequences. Take a bus or start walking! Things I’ve heard from conservatives my entire life: Actions have consequences. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. You do the crime, you do the time.

Harry Kazianis
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Harry J. Kazianis (@Grecianformula) serves as a Senior Director at the Center for the National Interest in Washington, D.C., a Washington D.C.-based think tank founded by President Richard Nixon in 1994. Kazianis in the past served as Editor-In-Chief of the Diplomat and as a national security-focused fellow at CSIS, the Potomac Foundation, and the University of Nottingham (UK). His ideas have been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, CNN, CNBC, and many other outlets across the political spectrum.

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    Night Eagle

    January 11, 2021 at 8:09 am

    Neoliberal capitalism and Freemasonic abstractions aren’t a recipe for a lasting or stable nation. America is surely the most delusional society in history–a fake nation barely held together by dollar bills, lawyers and prisons, a mad empire that thought it was the exception to history, but history is burying it, like every other empire before it.

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    Chrissty

    January 11, 2021 at 1:37 pm

    Valud point of view. Care to comment on our very special American principles of innocent until proven guilty? And feel free to apply this concept evenly to BLM Antifa and Illegal Immigrants having stormed the borders already or who are organizing to do it tjrough cartels human traffickers etc. without integrity nothing works. Too bad youre such a hippoctite and biased partisan that you call this out without doing the same for 7 months of looting while failing to also distinguish hundreds of thousands of oeaceful organizers and protesters from a handful of vandals and rioters.

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      Dream Egg

      January 14, 2021 at 7:46 am

      > Care to comment on our very special American principles of innocent until proven guilty?

      This means a court has to prove you guilty to apply criminal penalties, as opposed to you having to prove your innocence. Having your movement restricted is sometimes necessary, the same way we need to arrest people BEFORE their trial while we figure out their guilt or innocence. I don’t know how you expect the legal system to function if you can never impede someone’s movement before proving them guilty in a court of law.

      > And feel free to apply this concept evenly to BLM

      There were nearly one thousand arrests made during the BLM protests of this summer, including the entirely peaceful ones, as well as the use of tear gas, which would’ve been a violation of the Geneva Convention if the protestors had been enemy combatants. It sounds like you’re arguing that BLM “got off easy” when they did less and were subject to far harsher extra-judicial force.

      > from a handful of vandals and rioters.

      I don’t know how to explain to you that no one who stormed the Capitol Building can be considered “peaceful;” once you’ve broken through police lines and forced the evacuation of our highest lawmakers, you aren’t “peaceful” anymore. All of them are guilty of trespassing on secure federal grounds, housing some of the highest secrets in the land. Had it been just a “handful” of violent rioters, they never would have been able to gain access. Every single member of the mob who helped break police lines is culpable.

      I know it’s hard to admit that your side houses such evil, but that’s the way it is. The fact is that more police officers died during the raid on the Capitol than they did during an entire summer of BLM protests. If you care about law and order, maybe you can convince yourself that it matters when a police officer is beaten to death with a fire extinguisher, and use that to decry the anti-democratic riot in which it happened rather than recede into pathetic “whataboutism”s.

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    Eric

    January 11, 2021 at 10:37 pm

    Wow, Harry, are you confused or a trickster? You say they “violently stormed the US Capitol in a coup attempt” but that doesn’t match the videos I’m seeing on YT and twitter. The orderly and slow entry after capital police opened the doors and took selfies with the rally attendees doesn’t match the way you are spinning this. The presence of antifa rioters smashing glass while Trump supporters were shouting at them to stop and backing away — something other than what you describe happened on 1/6/21.

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    K

    January 12, 2021 at 12:23 am

    Attempting to equate a riot to a coup attempt against the United States disqualifies your opinion, Chrissty. You are the weakest link. Good Bye.

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