Airplane 'Karen' gives wild COVID-19 rant: 'I think you’re all enjoying this'

A woman's unsolicited pandemic rant goes viral after getting up on a flight with a microphone to preach her theories about COVID-19 to passengers.
“I brought my microphone with me. I'll use it, ”said the woman in the full plane at the beginning of the clip. The video went viral after it was shared by pop singer Jawny on TikTok.
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Flight attendants try to prevent the woman from speaking to the cabin any further.
"The pandemic started it all because people lost a little, a little bit of confidence," the woman said before turning to the flight attendants who were trying to stop her.
"You will tie me up?" shouted the woman at the servants. "I don't have to be handcuffed. I'm completely harmless."
"I think you all enjoy it because, like I said, I'm not terrible to look at," she said.
She continued to rant about the pandemic and ignored the flight attendants.
"The reason the pandemic started was basically the internet ... because you're all stuck on your stupid devices and don't even know what reality is and you rely on stupid nonsense to determine your reality," she yelled as she was led down the aisle.

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"My dog ​​has a better sense than any of you," she concluded as the flight crew led her away before the end of the clip. "In fact, my dog ​​could be a better god to you."
The woman has not yet been identified.
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Original Author: Matthew Miller
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