Major Suck-Up 'Star Trek' Star Blames Trump for United Airlines Incident
By: JOHN NOLTE
Although the incident happened in Chicago and President Trump was in Washington DC at the time ( or so we are told!), "Star Trek" star John Cho still blamed Trump for the now infamous spectacle that unfurled Monday involving a passenger being physically dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight.
"It's hard not to see a connection between the environment Trump has created and what happened on that @united flight," Cho tweeted.
It's hard not to see a connection between the environment Trump has created and what happened on that @united flight.— John Cho (@JohnTheCho) April 10, 2017
One wonders what "environment" Cho, who plays Sulu in the faltering "Star Trek" film franchise, is referring to.
Almost all of the violence surrounding Trump over the last 18 months has been committed by the Left and fomented and encouraged by media outlets like CNN. And there is just no question that the Left has cornered the market when it comes to using violence, threats of violence, force and coercion to violate the rights of law-abiding citizens.
According to various news reports, the passenger forced off the plane, and apparently injured, is Asian. If Cho is referring to hostility against Asians, it is well documented that all of that racial animus comes from the Left.
As far as big business treating their customers like meat, Democrats have been the Party of big business for decades now.
Cho might have some inside information we are unaware of; he might possess a recording of President Trump on the phone with United demanding they "Get the Asian!"
But as of now, Cho has not produced this recording. We will update this post as needed.Donald Trump, Chicago, Donald Trump , United Airlines, Star Trek, Dolt, John Cho