A flight headed to Seattle from Baltimore turned into a nightmare for an anti-Trump passenger who berated Trump supporter, Scott Koteskey.
According to Koteskey, the female passenger began grilling him about his support for Trump the moment he took his seat next to her. Here is an excerpt of how he explained the event on his Facebook page:
“Just had the craziest experience ever on an airplane. I’m boarding my flight from Baltimore to Seattle and approach my seat. I had an upgraded seat that I paid a little extra for because of the long 6 hour flight. As I approach my row I smile and motion to the husband and wife sitting in the aisle and middle seat — my seat was next to the window. I put my backpack in the overhead and the wife with a very stern voice says to me: “Did you come here to cheer or to protest?” I responded, “I came here to celebrate democracy ma’am.”
From that point forward the conversation between Kotesky and the woman is captured on video (see below). The flight crew eventually gets involved after the woman asks for her seat to be moved — she demands to sit next to someone who did not vote for Trump. The flight attendant responds, “You don’t have that right.”
In the second video, the woman and her husband are removed from the plane as passengers applaud the actions of police.
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