Saying Lets Go Brandon Now Will Get You 'Removed'

Written By BlabberBuzz | Sunday, 28 November 2021 01:15

A Las Vegas woman yelling, "Let's go Brandon" was captured at McCarran International Airport over the weekend after making a little mess.

Trouble first started at a security checkpoint when a passenger confronted Katrina Alspaugh, 51, about not wearing a mask, according to an arrest report received by FOX5 Las Vegas.

At one point, Alspaugh reportedly tried to punch the other person before authorities came in. The report stated that she was uncooperative with officers and declined to provide identification but was later released when the other passenger refused to press charges.

Shortly after, though, police were informed of another disturbance involving Alspaugh, who had been removed from an Allegiant Air flight. She was told to leave the airport due to no longer having a ticket but grew "argumentative with officers" and began "creating a disturbance" in the airport, police wrote in the report cited by FOX5 Las Vegas. She responded to threats of arrest by "loudly yelling 'f**k' and 'Let's go, Brandon,' further creating a disturbance and was therefore placed under arrest," the report added.

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Alspaugh has had multiple run-ins with the law. In 2002, she was detained for battery domestic violence; in 2011 for assault; in 2018 for domestic battery; and in 2020 for harassment. Alspaugh faces a misdemeanor charge of public conduct at an airport for the latest disturbance.

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The incident comes quickly after Southwest Airlines propelled an internal probe after a pilot reportedly signed off a message to passengers by saying: "Let's go Brandon" — a phrase that has become popular in the last few months after a reporter interviewing NASCAR driver Brandon Brown claimed a crowd shouting "f**k Joe Biden" could have been cheering "Let's go, Brandon!"

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It was not long before talks of the incident circulated online, urging Southwest to respond in a statement saying it "takes pride in providing a welcoming, comfortable, safe and respectful environment for the millions of customers" who fly with the airline.

"Southwest does not condone employees sharing their personal political opinions while on the job, serving our customers," the statement added. "And one employee's individual perspective should not be interpreted as the viewpoint of Southwest and its collective 54,000 employees."

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Federal law requires all passengers on public transportation, including air travel, within the United States, to wear a face mask except when actively eating or drinking.

So far in 2021, airlines have reported over 5,000 instances of misbehaving passengers to the Federal Aviation Administration. The majority of the complaints stem from people refusing to wear face coverings.

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