UNREAL: Couple Kicked Off Airplane For Saying “Make America Great Again” (VIDEO)


An American couple flying from Cancun to St. Louis is claiming they were ejected from the airplane for saying “Make America Great Again.”

We are Change has the story:

WATCH: Couple Claims They Were Kicked Off Plane, Assaulted, For Saying ‘Make America Great Again’

A couple who supports Donald Trump claims that they were kicked off of an airplane and assaulted for saying “let’s make America great again!”

On August 28th, Kenny Cool and his girlfriend Rebecca Lehmuth were trying to depart from Cancun to go home to St. Louis Airport on Frontier Airlines. As he made his way to his seat, Cool decided to joke around with other passengers by playfully quoting the Republican presidential candidate.

“I said ‘let’s make America great again’ as I was walking to my seat. Not yelling or anything like that, just talking… and people were smiling, laughing, and agreeing,” Cool told We Are Change.

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He was then told that he needed to calm down by a flight attendendant, but Cool responded that he wouldn’t as he was not hurting anyone and was just excited. Apparently, the simple catch phrase made another passenger “feel unsafe” however, so Cool and his girlfriend were removed from the aircraft.

Watch the video:

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Do you think this would have happened if the couple said “I’m with her” instead?


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