Fired Flight Attendant Sues Delta For Racial Discrimination Over Anti-Trump Social PostFired Flight

The photo, which was originally drawn by editorial cartoonist Terry Mosher (aka Aislin) in 2020, pictured Trump wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood as he stands at a podium across from Biden.

A former Delta Air Lines flight attendant has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the company for terminating her employment after she posted an image of former President Donald Trump wearing a Ku Klux Hood on her personal Facebook page. According to the suit, the plaintiff, Leondra Taylor, who is Black, confessed to posting the cartoon image on her page during one of Trump’s presidential debates against then-former Vice President Joe Biden.

The photo, which was originally drawn by editorial cartoonist Terry Mosher (aka Aislin) in 2020, pictured Trump wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood as he stands at a podium across from Biden. A debate moderator is also depicted in the photo with a quote bubble that says, “Thank You, Mr. President, for wearing your mask.” The controversial image was published in the Montreal Gazette on Oct 1, 2020, just days after the presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace asked Trump to condemn White supremacist groups, to which the former president infamously responded, “Proud Boys, stand back and stand by.


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