Delta Bans Customers Who Harassed Sens. Mitt Romney And Lindsey Graham


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Delta Airlines has banned customers who reportedly publicly harassed Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and Republican Utah Sen. Mitt Romney in several videos, according to Reuters.

The videos allegedly showed the senators being harassed after the senators announced that they would not oppose the Electoral College certification of the 2020 presidential election, which was won by President-elect Joe Biden.

Delta CEO Ed Bastian told Reuters that the airline placed passengers who harassed the two senators on a no-fly list.

In a video taken the day before the vote in Congress to certify the election, Romney was approached by a woman while waiting in a Salt Lake City airport. The maskless woman approached the senator and began berating him while refusing to wear a mask, according to The Hill.

“Why aren’t you supporting President Trump?” the woman asked. “Are you going to support him in the fraudulent vote?” the woman continued.

The senator eventually walked away, with the woman shouting after him “You’re a joke. Absolute joke. Disgusting shame!” (RELATED: Alyssa Farah Says Sen. Mitt Romney Harassment Is ‘Beneath Us As A Country’)


Graham, who was harassed at a D.C. airport, was seen in a video surrounded by an angry mob chanting, “Traitor, traitor, traitor!”

Delta has confirmed that they will ban the unruly customers, but has not given outlets any specifics, according to The Hill.

Delta’s decision to ban these passengers is accompanied by another announcement that they will not allow passengers to check firearms on any flights arriving near D.C. before the inauguration, according to CNBC.

Authorized law enforcement is exempted from the new policy.