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Former Navy Seal who killed Osama bin Laden is banned from Delta Air Lines


“I know more about biological warfare than most of you. We were trained. These dumb a** masks do nothing. Nothing,” he added. “I’m not being rude... I’m just telling you facts.”


The former Navy Seal who shot and killed Osama bin Laden has sparked controversy online after he bragged about not wearing a face mask on a recent flight – a claim that has banned him from Delta Air Lines.


Robert O’Neill, 44, a former US Navy SEAL Team Six member, tweeted an image of himself on a flight where he was seen smiling in his seat without a mask.


“I’m not a p***y,” he wrote in the since-deleted tweet.


The now-deleted showed Mr O’Neill sitting next to a man wearing a USMS (United States Marine Corp) hat while wearing a mask, which made Twitter users think the former Navy Seal was insulting his neighbour by invoking the slur.


“Neither is the guy in the USMC hat,” one person replied, referring to Mr O’Neill’s comment, the New York Post reported. “And once again he’s serving his country by doing what he can to protect your right to be wrong.”


Another person wrote: “You’re endangering a veteran’s life. How patriotic.”


Mr O’Neill later addressed the criticism on Twitter by informing people that he was not calling the veteran near by on the plane any kind of names.


“This was not a dig at the Marine behind me. I love Marines...” he said.


Mr O’Neill went on to write a series of tweets about wearing a mask and why he was against it.


“Do you remember the complete, incompetent morons buying all of the toilet paper? They’re the ones telling you to wear masks now,” he wrote during the thread.


"China told you to wear a mask. Look down... you're wearing a mask. I'm not," another tweet read. "Make no mistake ... this 'pandemic' was sent to you by China."


“I know more about biological warfare than most of you. We were trained. These dumb a** masks do nothing. Nothing,” he added. “I’m not being rude... I’m just telling you facts.”


All of these tweets have since been deleted.


The mask debate has sparked a divide in America during the coronavirus pandemic.


Health experts have encouraged people to wear masks as it can prevent the spread of the coronavirus from those infected while protecting those who don’t have the novel virus.


But there have been some who believe that the recommendation is a “hoax” and it impedes their rights by forcing them to wear the face shield when out in public.


Later, after his post sparked a backlash, Mr O’Neill said he was “joking” and did wear a mask.


“I am not the bad guy, I killed the bad guy,” he said.

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