A video showing a violent scene at the Philadelphia International Airport is making its way around on social media. The first video (the second video) begins by showing a group of black women shouting at a white male and his female companion when the white male tells a black woman with long blonde hair extensions, “Go get some more hair, b*tch!” The black woman quickly approaches the young man and turns her ire on the woman who’s accompanying the white male, as she puts up her hand in what looks like an attempt to defend herself. Suddenly, the white woman appears to smack the black woman, who aggressively comes at her and begins to pummel her, as other women can be heard shouting, “F**k her up!” All at once, several women who appear to be traveling together descend on the white woman and begin to beat her. There are so many women jumping on her that her male friend jumps on top of her to act as a human shield as the massive brawl spills over onto the luggage carousel.

The first video shows the violent brawl spilling over onto the carousel and then onto the floor of the luggage area, where the male is still on top of the female target. The mob attempts to drag him off her so they can get to her, but he remains on top of her as the women kick and punch both of them.

Two women who appear to be dressed in official airlines uniforms, who could possible be security guards, can be seen standing in the background and watching before they disperse without offering to help the couple who is on the ground being kicked and punched repeatedly. One of the women who look like airline personal has her cell phone out and appears to be recording the incident.

Dinesh D’Souza retweeted one of the clips of the fight with a sarcastic comment, “Diversity is our greatest strength!”

Violent scenes in airports and on airplanes are becoming all too common.


In July, another massive brawl at the Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport broke out when three women attacked a Spirit Airlines employee because their flight was delayed.

Is it even safe for senior citizens or parents with children to bring their families to the airports anymore?

Passengers are losing their patience with airlines who are overbooking and then cancelling flights, leaving thousands of passengers stranded and angry over work and vacation plans being ruined by negligent airlines who are accountable to no one. Of course, there is no excuse for violence, and this type of ignorant behavior is inexcusable. But at some point, airlines who are not being held accountable by our weak and ineffective Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg, need to bear some responsibility for the ruining plans of passengers with their poor planning.

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