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An angry couple claim they were thrown off the plane for being Trump supporters

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A couple sparked outrage aboard a JetBlue flight in Florida after reportedly shouting homophobic slurs. They think the airline wanted to get them off the plane because they like President Trump

An angry couple claim they were thrown off a plane in front of shocked passengers for expressing themselves as Trump supporters.

The couple, filmed aboard a JetBlue flight in Florida, were caught “yelling racial and homophobic slurs” in front of the camera.

But the pair believe they were asked to get off the plane because of their political views when the woman yelled, “Freedom of expression is dead.”

In dramatic footage posted online, the woman ranted, saying: “That’s bloody outrageous! Guys, we’re going to turn into China – it’s coming.”

The outrageous clip was shared on both TikTok and Reddit, with the woman’s husband watching for the most part sitting in silence until he made homophobic comments.

Claiming she used to be a Broadway dancer, the passenger praised Elon Musk, saying, “He’s the best… he’s the fucking king!”

She also called passengers wearing face masks, calling them “sheep” as she explained she didn’t want to get the vaccine.

But bystanders began retaliating by taunting her when she threatened to sue JetBlue and the person behind the camera, reports the New York Post.

“We have to get off the plane because we are Trump supporters,” she claimed.

“Seriously, that’s really what I think.”

Charlotte D’Alessio uploaded the clip to TikTok with the caption: “A couple shouting racist and homophobic slurs would not get off the plane leaving West Palm Beach today. A free show for everyone on board.”

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Last week, the Federal Aviation Administration said its “zero tolerance policy” for dealing with naughty passengers would become permanent.

The policy stipulates that the agency will issue fines to unruly passengers, rather than using other methods such as issuing warning letters or counseling.

The FAA said, “The zero-tolerance policy, combined with the agency’s public awareness campaign, has helped reduce the incident rate by more than 60 percent.”

“The FAA will continue to work with its airline, labor, airport, security and law enforcement partners to continue reducing the number of incidents.”

JetBlue has been contacted for comment.

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