Actor John Cho blames Trump for United Airlines dragging paid passenger off overbooked flight

On April 9, 2017, a United Airline flight 3411 at Chicago O’Hare International Airport was overbooked.

When no one would take UA’s offer of a voucher in return for leaving the flight, three Chicago Department of Aviation security officers forcibly removed a paid passenger, Dr. David Dao, from the plane, dragging him down the aisle by his arms and legs while other passengers shouted in protest.

The man was bloodied from the manhandling:

United CEO Oscar Munoz issued a statement calling the incident “upsetting” and apologized “for having to re-accommodate” customers, but gave no explanation as to why the man was singled out for forcible removal. Public relations analysts have panned the company’s public response to the incident.

Displaying impeccable logic, actor John Cho @JohnTheCho (Mr. Sulu on the Star Trek reboot movies) blames the airline’s brutish behavior on Trump. Cho tweets:

It’s hard not to see a connection between the environment Trump has created and what happened on that flight.

That’s Hollyweirdo logic for ya.

As you can see, Cho’s scapegoating garnered 6.5K “likes” and 7.6K retweets, which just goes to show that the studies showing a decline in Americans’ IQ are on the nose. See:

The responses to Cho’s ridiculous tweet are hilarious. Here’s a sample:

“What about Putin? Are you sure he had nothing to do with it?”

“If stupid could fly, you’d be a jet.”

“Trump Derangement Syndrome is strong with this one.”

“Trump is an incompetent dolt and can alter the behavior of private airline employees AT THE SAME TIME.”

“It’s hard not to see a connection between dumb things actors say & what movies I won’t be watching.”

“This type of delusion proves definitely Liberalism is a psychopathy. You nuts lost the election because normal ppl cannot relate to you.”

“Great career move John u just hacked off 50% of trek fan base to be hip, out of touch, divisive and political.”

See also “United Airlines made woman change seat because Muslim men wouldn’t sit next to her”.

H/t FOTM‘s MomOfIV

Update (April 27, 2017):

New York Post reports that Dr. David Dao and United reached an “amicable” settlement for an undisclosed amount, according to a statement from his lawyers. Terms of the settlement are confidential.

Attorney Thomas Demetrio praised United CEO Oscar Munoz: “Mr. Munoz said he was going to do the right thing and he has. In addition, United has taken full responsibility for what happened on Flight 3411, without attempting to blame others, including the City of Chicago. For this acceptance of corporate accountability, United is to be applauded.”

Today, United announced an overhaul of its policies, including reducing overbooked flights and offering up to $10,000 for passengers who agree to give up their seats.


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Doctor Moebius
Doctor Moebius
1 year ago

This is why I’ll NEVER fly United again.

Plus, they suck.

Brian Heinz
Brian Heinz
1 year ago

TDS is the main cause of depression in meixforia they are developing a drug to help combat this syndrome. Seems most of the actors there need a really big dose of it to bring them back to reality if that is possible.

Do these people read what they write or are they that stupid?