WARNING: United Airlines May Not Be the Safest Airline to Fly Anymore if the CEO’s Own Words Are True

The flawed and discriminatory hiring practice of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) has become a front and center issue in America after it led to a faulty plane door flying off MID-FLIGHT but some airlines are much worse than their peers when it comes to the matter.

Scott Kirby, the CEO of United Airlines flat-out ADMITTED during an interview that the company is no longer even remotely concerned with hiring the most qualified individuals.

Instead, Kirby said that the airline has become dedicated to hiring AT LEAST 50% women or people of color – regardless of their actual ability to do the job.

The United Airlines CEO is not just pandering to the left either – he seems to be a true believer in these radically dangerous hiring practices, and that’s made obvious by MULTIPLE videos of him dressing up in drag and dancing around.

 

With people like this calling the shots it’s no wonder Americans are feeling less safe than ever before flying with these insane airlines.

I don’t know about you, but I’d feel a lot more comfortable flying with an airline that hires the BEST pilots, rather than the most “woke.”

Watch the video here to see the “man” setting the hiring guidelines for United Airlines.


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