Spirit Airlines Apologizes After Flight Attendant Gives Anti-Gun Lecture, Demands Applause

Parkland student Kyle Kashuv was on the flight.

Gun enthusiasts look at AR-15 assault rifles at a gun show where thousands of different weapons are displayed for sale on July 10, 2016 in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Spirit Airlines has apologized to pro-gun Parkland student Kyle Kashuv after an attendant on his flight to Baltimore lectured passengers on the upcoming March for Our Lives and demanded applause.

Kyle Tweeted about the incident as soon as he got off the plane.

Kyle is in Washington, D.C. to meet with legislators ahead of the March on supporting the "STOP School Violence Act," which seeks common-sense solutions to violence in school without infringing on Americans' Second Amendment rights.

But, it seems, the flight attendant was only interested in one side of the debate, and only one group of Parkland students — the group that is agitating for major gun restrictions.

Kyle quickly received a reply from Spirit Airlines, whose spokesperson said that while flight attendants are individuals and hold their own political beliefs, they are not supposed to share those opinions with passengers.

The airline says they will be looking into the incident.

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