United Airlines has launched an investigation. It’s really no big deal the Senator Ted Cruz happened to head for Cancun while his home state of Texas was locked in a frigid nightmare with no power. What is a huge deal is that an employee of a major airline would leak confidential passenger information about a Senator’s physical location to the press.
An internal investigation
The suits who run United Airlines still have smoke coming out of their ears. They just released a statement to the press making it crystal clear that they have started an internal investigation.
“United Airlines has begun investigating who leaked Republican Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s flight information for his return trip from Cancun, Mexico to Texas earlier this week.”
The only way the press would have been able to dig up a personal scandal on conservative Senator Ted Cruz is if a United Airlines employee or more “improperly accessed and leaked confidential passenger data,” so they announced their investigation.
When Cruz was first spotted “flying to Cancun, Mexico, amid a massive weather event in Texas,” the liberal media went berserk. Cruz tried to get in some damage control by issuing a statement. He promised a quick turnaround and would return to Houston Thursday.”
It’s the turnaround trip that got him in hot water and nobody would have known if it wasn’t for the rat. Hence, the investigation.
A traitorous United Airlines employee “accessed Cruz’s data and discovered that the Texas Senator had switched his flight, re-booking for Thursday from a Saturday return.” The employee tipped off the media.
Supposed to be confidential
Edward Russell is an “Airlines Reporter” for Skift. He couldn’t wait to tweet out: “Spoke to a source at United Airlines, Senator Ted Cruz re-booked his flight back to Houston from Cancun for this afternoon at around 6 a.m. today (Thursday).
He was originally scheduled to return on Saturday.” United officials are livid and started the investigation. “That information is supposed to be confidential according to United Airlines company policy, and it is against company policy to leak it or make it public in any way.”
Spoke to a source at United Airlines, Senator Ted Cruz rebooked his flight back to Houston from Cancun for this afternoon at around 6 a.m. today (Thursday). He was originally scheduled to return on Saturday.https://t.co/QV9xgibIQ9
— Edward Russell (@ByERussell) February 18, 2021
United Airlines announced they began an investigation into “who leaked Republican Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s flight information for his return trip from Cancun, Mexico to Texas earlier this week” to Newsweek.
“United Airlines told Newsweek on Friday that ‘It’s against United’s policies to share personal information about our customers.”
“When confronted on Thursday by a reporter in the Cancun airport, Cruz said he was returning home to help restore power to Texans cut off by the storms.” He’s glad that United started the investigation into who announced his whereabouts.
“With school canceled for the week, our girls asked to take a trip with friends. Wanting to be a good dad, I flew down with them. My staff and I are in constant communication with state and local leaders to get to the bottom of what happened in Texas.”