Trump supporter breaks down in Airport after being removed as crowd cheers

Last week several Trump supporters participated in the riots at the Capitol in Washington DC leading several to face repercussions for the mayhem caused. Recently one of the Trump supporters who participated in the riots was removed from the fight. She eventually broke down in tears.

The unnamed woman, along with a lot of other supporters present in the riots have been put in a no-fly list.

Video footage recorded by people shows the woman being removed from the Delta plane while the crowd cheers. She was seen to be ranting about having no freedom to express in the country.

Not just her another woman got removed from her flight with another fellow Trump supporter.

The man with a camera shows the woman in tears and also goes out to show police officers, who he refers to as ‘f*cktards’.

“They kicked these people off the plane because they support President Trump and you’ve got all these f*cktards standing around doing nothing. […] They were waiting for these people to come off the plane because they support President Trump,” a man in the video says.

While someone else was heard saying ‘Donald Trump is the greatest president this country’s ever had’.

In the video, the man also goes out to say in anger that he was labelled as a ‘f*cking terrorist’ for being there at the violent clash with authorities on Wednesday and further adds that ‘they’ wish to ‘ruin [his] life’.

The ban on flights for Trump supporters came into the act after Bennie G. Thompson, Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, placed a no-fly list for people present at the Capitol riots.

As reported by Forbes, he said-

Given the heinous domestic terrorist attack on the U.S. Capitol yesterday, I am urging the Transportation Security Administration and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to use their authorities to add the names of all identified individuals involved in the attack to the federal No-Fly List and keep them off planes.

The sole reason for getting rioters on the no-fly list is to put a hold on any further riots that might take place elsewhere.

In the violent clash on Wednesday, reportedly five people got killed.

Currently, police are gearing up for a pro-Trump rally at Twitter’s headquarters, the potential protest stands against the permanent suspension of Donald Trump from the platform.