This kind of b.s. is why anti-gay discrimination must be nipped in the bud

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In acknowledging its error, Alaska Airlines said the gate agents involved in the incident did not realize the men were a couple.
That has to be the most sorry excuse I have ever heard.
 
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Sounds like another example of hoax hate. This is what happens when victim status becomes social currency.
 
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Sounds like another example of hoax hate. This is what happens when victim status becomes social currency.
Why should anyone give up a seat they paid for once they're already in the seat?

You might have a point if Alaska Airlines had not already copped to this. They already admitted this happened.

Sorry, massive fail on your part. You might want to read what happened before you post your usual shit.
 
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Why should anyone give up a seat they paid for once they're already in the seat?

You might have a point if Alaska Airlines had not already copped to this. They already admitted this happened.

Sorry, massive fail on your part. You might want to read what happened before you post your usual shit.
They shouldn't.

Did they?

Did they say they preferred that the straight couple sit together and they just wanted the gays off of their ship?

Sounds to me like more hoax hate. There is a new one every week or so.

I haven't seen any evidence. Just some tweet from what looks to me like someone trying to gain victim points.
 
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Sounds like another example of hoax hate. This is what happens when victim status becomes social currency.
Don't they know that fake victim status is a Christian only claim these days?
:lol:


leekohler2 said:
You might have a point if Alaska Airlines had not already copped to this. They already admitted this happened.
And this is the thing that people like Sabcat will try to ignore as they repeat "hoax" ad nausieum.

It's amazing how the ignorant can't see what they don't want to see...

As you stated, Alaska Airlines already copped to it.
Alaska Airlines confirmed to Fox News that the couple had been moved from Premium Class to the main cabin, but said it was because of a seating mistake.

“When boarding flight 1407 from JFK to LAX, a couple was mistakenly assigned the same seats as another couple in Premium Class. We reseated one of the guests from Premium class in the main cabin. We are deeply sorry for the situation, and are investigating the details while communicating directly with the guests involved to try and make this right. Alaska Airlines has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination of any kind, and our employees value inclusion for our guests and each other.”​
Alaska Airlines responds to gay couple claiming flight crew separated them so straight couple could sit | Fox News

Alaska Airlines clearly state that they had two people booked for one seat. Which realistically sounds like pure b.s.
This claim is stating (essentially) that their computers printed two separate tickets for two different people with the same seat number...

Regardless, so instead of acknowledging the people already sitting there, they told the gay couple to separate.
Giving preferential treatment to the straight couple when it was the "first come, first serve" which should have ruled the situation. :wacko:
 
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Don't they know that fake victim status is a Christian only claim these days?
:lol:



And this is the thing that people like Sabcat will try to ignore as they repeat "hoax" ad nausieum.

It's amazing how the ignorant can't see what they don't want to see...

As you stated, Alaska Airlines already copped to it.
Alaska Airlines confirmed to Fox News that the couple had been moved from Premium Class to the main cabin, but said it was because of a seating mistake.

“When boarding flight 1407 from JFK to LAX, a couple was mistakenly assigned the same seats as another couple in Premium Class. We reseated one of the guests from Premium class in the main cabin. We are deeply sorry for the situation, and are investigating the details while communicating directly with the guests involved to try and make this right. Alaska Airlines has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination of any kind, and our employees value inclusion for our guests and each other.”​
Alaska Airlines responds to gay couple claiming flight crew separated them so straight couple could sit | Fox News

Alaska Airlines clearly state that they had two people booked for one seat. Which realistically sounds like pure b.s.
This claim is stating (essentially) that their computers printed two separate tickets for two different people with the same seat number...

Regardless, so instead of acknowledging the people already sitting there, they told the gay couple to separate.
Giving preferential treatment to the straight couple when it was the "first come, first serve" which should have ruled the situation. :wacko:

I suppose this was because this person was gay too, right?


On Sunday evening, United Airlines Flight 3411 was scheduled to fly from Chicago to Louisville. Since the plane was overbooked, the airline asked four passengers to give up their seats before the flight could depart. (The airline reportedly needed seats to get four United crew members to Kentucky for another flight the next day.) When not enough people willingly volunteered, Courier-Journal.com reports, United’s computer system chose people at random. One of them, a man, became “very upset” according to another passenger, and said he was a doctor with patients he needed to see in Kentucky. When he refused to give up his seat, the passenger was lifted out of his seat by airline security, and dragged down the aisle of the plane on his back. Another passenger caught the moment on video, and shared it on Twitter:


United Drags Man Off Flight for Refusing to Give Up Seat

Or maybe. Just maybe airlines are notorious for unscrupulous business practices and over booking flights and when they get caught they expect passengers to jump.for a free upgrade and some free drinks.


There is no evidence anyplace this has anything to do w/ sexual orientation.

Again, just scratching for victim points.


Like this guy


Khalil Cavil, a server at Saltgrass Steak House in Odessa, posted a photo to Facebook of a bill with a note written on the top saying, "We don't tip terrorist." His name, Khalil, is circled and a zero appears in the tip field for a bill totaling $108.73. Cavil said on Facebook he posted the image to show that "this racism, and this hatred still exists."

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2018/07/23/server-faked-we-dont-tip-terrorist-note/824027002/
 
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I suppose this was because this person was gay too, right?
Is this the predictable "I was proven wrong so let me try to change the subject completely" attempt?


Sabcat said:
There is no evidence anyplace this has anything to do w/ sexual orientation.
Again, just scratching for victim points.
Other than the statement from the victims, you mean?
I guess eye-witness accounts are only believed by you if they're convenient, eh?

Geez. By your lame mentality we could disprove a rape victim by pointing to a traffic accident and a woman who lied about being raped.

Why don't you admit the fact that the only reason you doubt them is because they are gay?