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December 29, 2022

Tomi Lahren Blasts Lack of Accountability for Biden Administration

OutKick host Tomi Lahren spoke out on Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg promise to hold airlines accountable after Americans spent their Christmas at the airports amid the winter storm on 'Jesse Watters Primetime.'

Lahren blasted the administration, saying they have no accountability and Americans are the ones suffering because of it.

Thousands of fights continue to be canceled daily after many airports were nearly shut down over the holiday weekend.

On Wednesday morning, 70 flights were canceled, with 64 on Southwest alone.

"One major airline, Southwest, canceled 5,400 flights in less than 48 hours, stranding passengers across the country," NPR reported Tuesday.

"And as travelers attempt to find their way back home, the trouble persists. As of 5:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, over 3,000 flights were canceled on Tuesday, with over 5,300 delayed, according to FlightAware," it added.

The weather may be responsible for the immediate delays, but the problems for those flying are massive and ongoing.

The Biden administration has done little to help travelers who are shelling out major portions of their income to travel, left to the mercy of airlines without assistance from the federal level.

With several days before flights are expected to return to normal, the holiday plans of millions have been impacted, leading to much frustration for the government to address.

Source: Fox News

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