Back in March, we reported on a group of teachers and others in Loudoun County compiling a list of parents suspected of disagreeing with the schools’ effort to incorporate critical race theory — in part to “infiltrate” online parent groups and even use “hackers” to silence parents’ communications and “expose these people publicly.”

Now we’re hearing that a pilot for American Airlines is being investigated over social media posts criticizing the incorporation of critical race theory into his school district.

The Dallas News reports:

American Airlines is investigating one of its pilots after social media users urged the company to review his posts and podcasts criticizing Carroll ISD’s proposed diversity and inclusion initiative and its supporters.

Guy Midkiff, 62, is a Southlake resident who has been a pilot at American for 32 years, according to his LinkedIn profile.

“We are troubled by the allegations made and have launched an investigation into the matter,” an American Airlines representative said Wednesday in an email.

The Southlake Anti-Racism Coalition, led by current and former students, included four screenshots of Midkiff’s Twitter posts in a tweet that read, “Your employee has been harassing students and community members relentlessly for months for speaking out against the racism they experience in our town. From targeting individual minors and accosting our organization, here are just some of his most recent unprofessional comments.”

American responded in a tweet, “Your comments concern us so please DM the link where it shows the employee comments for us to take a closer look.”

The exchange goes:

Here Dana Loesch:

We checked the Twitter feed of @WiseGuyTalks, and he posted today but hasn’t mentioned anything about the American Airlines incident on his feed.