Matt Walsh Releases Footage Showing FAA’s Anti-White Hiring Plans

Daily Wire host Matt Walsh recently released internal footage of senior officials in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Flight Program Operations division discussing plans to reduce the number of White males in the aviation industry.

“I’ve obtained internal footage of senior officials at the FAA’s Flight Program Operations division — which is responsible for all aspects of aircraft operations — workshopping a plan to reduce the number of white males in aviation,” Walsh wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Walsh indicated that the footage, dating back to April 2022, begins with FAA acting deputy chief operating officer Angela McCullough claiming more workers must go from “ramp to cockpit.” In other words, she wants to see more baggage handlers become pilots of airlines.

McCullough added that FAA’s Flight Program Operations division is “White-male dominated,” telling the managers they must “talk about what the future could look like.”

“3/ As the meeting goes on, McCullough declares that it’s important to ‘get a little uncomfortable.’ She complains that Flight Operations is ‘white-male dominated’ and tells the managers they need to ‘talk about what the future could look like,” Walsh wrote.

FAA Vice President of Flight Operations David “Wil” Riggins agreed with McCullough’s claims that there are too many White males in the aviation industry.

“That’s great, honestly. Those are some words that we really need to spend some time digging through and thinking about,” Riggins said.

The FAA’s prioritization of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) measures is leading to an increase in the number of incidents involving airlines.

In January 2024, the door of an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX blew off. Such a dangerous situation comes as Boeing focuses on DEI hiring practices instead of protecting its passengers.

Responding to the incident, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said, “Do you want to fly in an airplane where they prioritized DEI hiring over your safety?”

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recently released a report on the incident, saying the door panel that flew off the aircraft had no bolts installed. The faulty door plug was reportedly manufactured by Spirit AeroSystems in Malaysia, according to the Gateway Pundit.