1000’s of Flights Canceled Across America As Air Traffic Controllers Protest Mandates

Southwest Airlines had the marbles to claim that 1000-plus flights were canceled over the weekend due to “air traffic control issues.” The real reason, of course, is that controllers are refusing to be used as guinea pigs. Simply put, they refused to be blackmailed into getting vaccinated.

Not only are hospitals suffering from a lack of staff thanks to vaccine mandates, but now the problem is spreading to other vital industries.

And this is the exact result of what can and will happen when you allow lefties to run the nation.

From Fox News:

Southwest Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights this weekend amid air traffic control issues and weather, and the airline has not given an update as to whether the cancellations may continue.

“ATC issues and disruptive weather have resulted in a high volume of cancellations throughout the weekend while we work to recover our operation,” Southwest said in a statement on Twitter Saturday. “We appreciate your patience as we accommodate affected customers, and customer service wait times are longer than usual.”

According to FlightAware, a website that tracks cancellations and delays, Southwest has canceled 1,018 flights and had 597 flights delayed on Sunday alone. On Saturday, the airline canceled 808 flights and had 1,187 flights delayed.



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