HILARIOUS: Man Pages “No Mandates” To Southwest Counter At Airport

Brick suit has struck again.

A man paged “no mandates” at the Southwest counter at the San Diego airport.

This comes as rumors are swirling that the reason for Southwest’s flight delays is pilots not wanting to be vaccinated.

From Big League Politics:

Southwest Airlines just canceled over 1,000 flights on Sunday just after canceling over 800 the day before, with many speculating that a pilot strike against vaccine mandates may be the cause. This makes up 28% of the airline’s scheduled flights of the day – the highest of any U.S. airline by a massive margin.

For comparison, American Airlines canceled 143 flights today, making about 4% of their total planned trips for the day.

The airline denied the charge that pilots striking against their forced vaccination protocol is at all causing the delay, saying that the true culprit was ‘bad weather.’

“We experienced significant impact in the Florida airports yesterday (Friday) evening after an FAA-imposed air traffic management program was implemented due to weather and resulted in a large number of cancellations. We are working hard behind the scenes to minimize challenges and fully recover the operation as we take care of displaced crews and customers as quickly as possible. We will continue to reset our network today and hope to return to close to normal operations as we move into Sunday.”

Southwest CEO Gary C. Kelly said he was against Biden’s vaccine mandate.

However, he is imposing it even though to this point it doesn’t exist.

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