'Yellowstone' Cowboy Kicked Off Plane Over His Mask Phobia

Yellowstone actor Forrie J. Smith said in an Instagram post over the weekend that he had been booted from a flight after refusing to sit next to another passenger who was wearing a mask—saying he “didn’t feel comfortable” with the seating arrangement. Via the Daily Beast:

Smith, who has been vocal in his stance against vaccines and masking, made the allegations in a post on Saturday, claiming that he was stranded in Houston following the conflict.

He did not name the flight or airline, but said the airline justified its decision by claiming that he was “drunk”—a fact he seemingly contested.

“Yeah. I’ve been drinking,” Smith added. “I’ve been sitting in the airport for three hours, yeah, I’ve been drinking, but I ain’t drunk,” he said bluntly.

He then seemed to point a finger of blame at the public, “Because you people won’t stand up and tell everybody what bullshit this is. I just told them I didn’t feel comfortable about sitting next to somebody that had to wear a mask and I’m off a plane.”

You can watch his rant here.

Aww, poor widdle snowflake.

I’ve gone out of my way to not watch Yellowstone because they seemed to have a rabid right-wing cult following, and this just confirms what I thought. (I really liked the prequels, though.)

I also have a friend who tried to settle in Montana, and left because she just couldn’t deal with the overt racism.

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