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

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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.

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Harry J. Kazianis (@Grecianformula) is a Senior Editor for 19FortyFive and serves as President and CEO of Rogue States Project, a bipartisan national security think tank. He has held senior positions at the Center for the National Interest, the Heritage Foundation, the Potomac Foundation, and many other think tanks and academic institutions focused on defense issues. He served on the Russia task force for U.S. Presidential Candidate Senator Ted Cruz, and in a similar task force in the John Hay Initiative. 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. He holds a graduate degree in International Relations from Harvard University and is the author of The Tao of A2/AD, a study of Chinese military modernization. Kazianis also has a background in defense journalism, having served as Editor-In-Chief at The Diplomat and Executive Editor for the National Interest.

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