As if things couldn’t get any worse for Boeing, federal prosecutors at the Justice Department are recommending that the aircraft manufacturer be criminally charged for allegedly violating a settlement it reached after hundreds of people died in two separate plane crashes.

As previously reported by The Dallas Express, Boeing and other companies in the air travel industry have come under fire for their blind commitment to “diversity, equity, and inclusion” initiatives. Some feel that placing such an emphasis on woke box-checking has been coming at the expense of business and safety fundamentals, possibly putting passengers in danger.

One social media user with the X handle Kieth M claimed he used to work at Boeing. Here’s what he had to say about  and said the following in response to a non-lethal flight mishap involving a Boeing plane:

“I resigned from Boeing because of their DEI indoctrination. How about you stop pushing DEI and pronouns?!? You guys act like you build vacuum cleaners. Live and die on SPI/CPI [schedule performance index/cost performance index]. Building/Maintaining aircraft is a human activity. Treat your mechanics and engineers with the respect they have earned with their skill sets. Stop focusing on indoctrination. The suits need to be fired! #Boeingkills #Boeing #DEIkills If it’s Boeing, I’m not going!”

Here’s a bit of what Reuters had to report on Boeing’s possible criminal charges:

“The Justice Department must decide by July 7 whether to prosecute Boeing. The recommendation of prosecutors handling the case has not been previously reported.

“In May, officials determined the company breached a 2021 agreement that had shielded Boeing from a criminal charge of conspiracy to commit fraud arising from two fatal crashes in 2018 and 2019 involving the 737 MAX jet.

“Under the 2021 deal, the Justice Department agreed not to prosecute Boeing over allegations it defrauded the Federal Aviation Administration so long as the company overhauled its compliance practices and submitted regular reports. Boeing also agreed to pay $2.5 billion to settle the investigation.”

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