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Drag Queen CEO of Problem-Riddled Airline Will Be Prominent Speaker at US Air Force Academy Symposium

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The National Character and Leadership Symposium at the U.S. Air Force Academy focuses on preparing future leaders for honorable living and effective leadership.

The 2024 theme is about valuing human conditions, cultures, and societies.

Michael Seifert, founder and CEO of PublicSquare, said, “United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby says they want ‘50%’ of their hires to be ‘women or people of color.’ He doesn’t care whether or not they can effectively fly an airplane – all that matters is race and gender.”

“DEI is going to get people killed,” he continued.

However, the inclusion of United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby as a speaker raises questions, as viral videos show him emphasizing diversity hiring over qualifications and participating in drag performances.

Libs of TikTok posted, “This is Scott Kirby, the CEO of [United]. He’s a drag queen and has been incorporating drag into [United]. This video should tell you everything you need to know.”

United is also facing a lawsuit for allegedly bullying unvaccinated employees.

The lawsuit alleges that “Kirby even proposed requiring [unvaccinated] employees to walk around with special stickers on their badges broadcasting their vaccination status,” LifeSite reported.

These events raise concerns about Kirby’s suitability as an example of character and leadership for the academy’s cadets.

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