Alaska Airlines Fired Flight Attendants for Saying Democrat Transgender Bill Harms Women

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Alaska Airlines fired flight attendants for questioning its support of a proposed federal law that would open women’s spaces to biological males, according to complaints filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

Their union, the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, allegedly refused to defend their Title VII employment rights against religious discrimination during the proceeding and “disparaged” the employees’ Christian beliefs.

The Seattle-based air carrier, which once decorated a plane with the logo of Nirvana’s first music label Sub Pop, did not respond to queries from Just the News about the allegations and why employees shouldn’t fear official retaliation for expressing their views.

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Alaska Airlines kicks woman off flight for berating Trump supporter

Alaska Airlines confirmed Monday that a woman was kicked off a flight from Baltimore to Seattle on Saturday after videos posted on social media showed her harassing a pro-Donald Trump passenger. The Trump supporter, Scott Kotesky, posted a video of the incident on Facebook, which racked up nearly 4 million…

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