"I am ready to sacrifice every so-called privilege I possess in order to have a few rights." – Inez Milholland (1886-1916)
Theresa Mullins is a mother of three who was a flight attendant for more than 13 years.
She loved flying and all the friends she made on the way.
Then one day Jan. 2021, she called her airline employer and said, "I think I quit."
Mullins told me, "I was dithering around all morning fully dressed in my uniform deciding what I was going to do," she told me forlornly.
"I had hoped my supervisor would try to work through my quitting and offer other accommodations. The mask takes away the personal connection between me and my passengers; it feels like an oppressive, compliance ritual."
Mullins is also a scrappy woman who sacrificed her career in order to start the anti-mask revolution against the airlines.
This is the backstory: Ms. Mullins had worked for more than a decade in the air and when her last employer pulled a switcheroo on her by training her to be a bully-enforcer in the sky.
She couldn’t do it.
Being a flight attendant had always involved passenger safety in the event of an in-air, takeoff, or landing emergency and most particularly, the comfort, enjoyment and needs of their passengers.
Mullins felt this last responsibility very deeply and was always spring-loaded to her passengers having fun and being contented.
Coronavirus of course, changed everything.
For employees across all industries — especially hospitality — the customers’ health and safety became the only concern overnight; any comfort and happiness instantly evaporated.
And, how were these staff supposed to protect their clients when that was never their job before and couldn’t be done even by a doctor like Anthony Fauci?
I have tremendous respect for Mullins for refusing to turn into a mask-constable; to this day, she doesn’t set one step inside businesses that unconstitutionally demand customers wear masks.
As these airlines completely dependent on government subsidies forge forward in tyranny, Mullins has watched in revulsion as they’ve progressed to requiring vaccinations and demanding papers.
Mullins told me, "I’ve always hoped that they would stop this. Even eight months ago, most people couldn’t imagine they would mandate masks much less vaccinations. Prior to the government distributing the virus stimulus money to the airlines, there were memos flying around the airline about how 'We’re considering taking the money, so we don’t have to furlough employees.'"
"And now I’m sure the airlines are keeping the mandates because they took the government money and are beholden to them. It’s happening with the schools and hospitals too. I want to see the agreements the airlines signed to receive the money. They won’t release them," she alleged.
Mullins was not only a flight attendant; she was also an entrepreneur; she has a wild, anachronistic sense of dress which reminds one of "Boardwalk Empire" or "Thoroughly Modern Millie." Since leaving the airline, her main source of income has been her business that sells unique clothing, Gentle Lady Boutique.
She also had a bed and breakfast that she fought for; it was impeccable, beautiful, and regrettably unsuccessful.
Mullins is also a patriot who spent eight and a half years in the U.S. Army rising to sergeant at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Lucas Wall, a one-man, non-lawyer litigator against the airlines told me that Mullins reached out to him on Facebook because of his myriad lawsuits against the airlines.
She then invited him to the Telegram channel for flight attendants who were very much against the mask and vaccine mandates.
"Theresa is clearly passionate about fighting these terrible mask mandates and even put an end to her career to fight them. She’s knowledgeable about the health consequences of forced masking and is a strong advocate for personal choice for what we place on our faces," Wall told me.
Mullins summarized, "I would like to get back to the job I loved, being a flight attendant. I’m hoping for a private or corporate charter position, ideally as crew member without this mask mandate madness."
"Ideally," she told me, if Trump Shuttle could relaunch now, they’d have 80 million tickets sold with any advertising. And, there is an entire in-flight, office and ground crew department of workers waiting to provide charter flights to customers who are mask-less and unvaccinated who should have a choice.
There are many more anonymous people like Theresa Mullins fighting and willing to give up everything to secure their, and our, liberties against almost insurmountable odds. And thank God there are.
"No fine work can be done without concentration and self-sacrifice and toil and doubt." –Max Beerbohm (1872-1956)
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