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The chaos and mayhem plaguing our airline industry reached a peak yesterday in Boston when two JetBlue planes collided on the tarmac. Thankfully, everyone’s safe, with no injuries reported. But this begs the burning question: What in the world is happening with US aviation?

Fox News:

Two JetBlue planes collided on the tarmac at Boston Logan International Airport Thursday morning.

The airline and the Federal Aviation Administration both confirmed the incident.

“A JetBlue aircraft entering a de-icing pad lane at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) came into contact with another JetBlue aircraft on an adjacent de-icing pad lane, causing damage to one aircraft’s winglet and the other aircraft’s tail section,” a statement to Fox Business said.

No injuries were reported by passengers or crew members on either aircraft, JetBlue said. Both planes will be taken out of service for repairs.

“Safety is JetBlue’s priority, and we will work to determine how and why this incident occurred,” the airline said.

The flights impacted are JetBlue flight 777 to Las Vegas and JetBlue flight 551 to Orlando. The airline said both will operate on other aircraft following the collision.

The FAA’s account was consistent with JetBlue’s statement. The agency said they will continue to investigate the incident.

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You’ve got to ask yourself if this mess is just another side effect of the DEI craze sweeping through the industry. It’s all about hiring based on skin color, gender identity, or who you love, rather than what you know and how well you can do the job.

Bad Kitty Unleashed:

Two JetBlue planes collided on the tarmac at Boston’s Logan International Airport on Thursday morning, disrupting the travel plans of all the passengers onboard.

In Feb of 2021, JetBlue made a DEI announcement on working to move regular crew members up to pilots and maintenance techs:

“The airline will introduce two new career development programs, including a new pathway from frontline operational jobs to corporate services roles, and creating opportunities for crewmembers to pursue careers as pilots or aircraft maintenance technicians.”

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Just last month, JetBlue had another unfortunate incident on a runway in Colorado.

And six months ago, JetBlue had another close call in Boston:

Watching accident after accident, blunder upon blunder, unfold in the skies and on the runways is getting downright alarming. Ever since the FAA and the airline industry shifted their gaze from “safety” to “diversity,” things seem to have taken a nosedive. Coincidence? It hardly seems like it. There’s a pattern emerging that’s too glaring to ignore, and the American people deserve to be in the loop about what’s really going on here.

After all, United Airlines’ cross-dressing CEO is laser-focused on DEI when he should place that same obsessive energy on safety.


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Revolver has been tracking this story closely, publishing numerous articles that cast a bright and alarming spotlight on DEI hiring practices within the aviation industry.

The question now is: as technology advances, why is our airline industry regressing?


The recent accident in Houston is just the latest noteworthy instance in what a major New York Times investigation this summer determined to be “an alarming pattern of safety lapses and near misses in the skies and on the runways in the USA.” According to internal records of the Federal Aviation Agency, the Times reported that these safety lapses and near misses occurred as a “result of human error.” The Times report further revealed that “runway incursions” of the sort described above have nearly doubled, from 987 to 1732, despite the widespread proliferation of advanced technologies.

We no longer focus on excellence; instead, we focus on wokeness.

The aggressive substitution of merit in favor of diversity has led to a so-called competency crisis, jeopardizing not only our ability to generate innovative technology but, in a more dire sense, our ability to simply maintain the proper functioning of various complex systems vital to our existence as a first-world civilization. Despite the superficiality of “diversity” as a matter of rhetoric, the reality of diversity as an ideological, cultural, and legal imperative is not merely cosmetic—far from it.

While a full treatment of this topic would run far outside the scope of this article, we have discussed elsewhere the manner and extent to which the affirmative action regime is embedded deeply into the law, economy, and every major institution in the country.

We highly recommend reading the entire Revolver article. It’s quite an eye-opener, shedding a bright light on the actual forces that are tearing apart our aviation industry. Read it here:

Crash Landing: The Inside Scoop About How Covid and Affirmative Action Policy Gutted Aviation Safety

Remember Atlas Air from a couple of years ago? One of their “DEI” pilots, Conrad Aska, made a critical error. He hit the wrong button during an approach, freaked out, and ended up steering a massive cargo plane straight into the water.

But it’s not just the airline industry feeling the turbulence of DEI; this wave is rocking all of corporate America, from sports to entertainment and beyond.

Tucker hit the mark—this shift from valuing “excellence” to promoting “charity” will have dire consequences for airlines and beyond.

The DEI movement is playing with fire, putting real lives on the line. Those folks on the Boston tarmac got lucky today, but we might not always be this fortunate.