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

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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