Florida Father Suing TSA in Supreme Court to Halt Mask Mandate Appears on Fox News
The father of a 4-year-old autistic boy suing the Transportation Security Administration in the Supreme Court to enjoin enforcement of the Federal Transportation Mask Mandate appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” Dec. 6 to discuss the lawsuit and an incident in late October when he and his son were denied boarding by Frontier Airlines because the boy medically can’t wear a face mask.
Michael Seklecki Sr. discussed his lawsuit, on behalf of himself and his son Michael Jr., that is now in the hands of the chief justice of the United States after the Supreme Court docketed Dec. 2 an emergency application to stop TSA from enforcing the requirement that all passengers and workers in the nation’s entire transportation workers wear a face covering.
He also talked about his plans to sue Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines, which harassed the family in late October over Michael Jr.’s mask exemption, almost causing them to miss their flight. Seklecki said Frontier has banned him and his son for life simply because Michael Jr., who has Autism Spectrum Disorder, can’t tolerate wearing a mask.