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United Airline’s CEO Blames Asian Passenger For Getting Assaulted on Plane

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    As if United Airlines couldn’t possibly dig themselves into an even deeper hole, CEO Oscar Munoz surprised us all with the following company-wide memo:

    Now let’s read this specific part:

    Munoz basically claims that the reason security acted with such excessive force and bloodying a senior was because HE was the one acting up. Twitter erupted condemning United Airlines for victim blaming.

    In case you missed the rather graphic scuffle, watch the video below:

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