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A lot of people have messaged us about Charlie Baker’s son being questioned about an allegation of sexual misconduct on a plane
A son of Massachusetts’ governor has been accused of improper conduct aboard a jetliner, and an aide says he will cooperate. Republican Gov. Charlie Baker’s spokeswoman, Lizzy Guyton, is calling it “a personal matter for the Baker family” and says Andrew Baker “will cooperate with any request from authorities.” No charges have been filed against Baker’s son, who goes by the nickname A.J. JetBlue says its crew on a flight from Washington to Boston was notified of an incident between customers shortly before landing, when it was met by authorities Wednesday night. No further details were immediately available.
Everyone expected us to jump on this because we can’t stand Charlie Baker. But if we did that solely out of spite then we wouldn’t be a real news blog. Turtleboy sticks to the facts and doesn’t let personal grudges cloud our judgement. And the fact of the matter is that none of this made any sense.
Where were all the witnesses if this took place on a crowded plane?
Who gropes the person next to them?
What was their seating arrangement?
What happened before this?
Who was the woman making the allegation?
If there were any sort of credible allegations then why wasn’t he arrested?
Quite frankly it sounds made up. And the fact that his father is a corrupt politician who continues to protect scumbags like Dan Bennett doesn’t change that.
Nevertheless the #MeToo Nazis are out and demanding blood:
We have a source telling us that the woman making the allegations is a super plus sized SJW Harvard professor. I’m sorry, but knowing who the “victim” is will affect our opinion. If it’s really some rabid plus sized SJW Harvard professor then I’m inclined not to believe her. Because I just have a hard time believing that this dude reached over and started grabbing some Klump’s funbags without her consent. Who does that on a plane with witnesses everywhere?
WCVB had an update earlier this afternoon:
Federal officials are investigating the alleged incident, in which a female passenger said A.J. Baker groped her, touching her right breast, despite her telling him to stop. No criminal charges have been filed. The incident is alleged to have happened Wednesday on Flight 1354 bound for Boston. 5 Investigates has learned the flight was in the air for about 45 minutes after leaving Reagan National Airport when the 29-year-old woman quickly stood up from her seat and asked a flight attendant for help. The woman was visibly upset. Baker and the woman, who is from the Boston area, were seated next to each other.
Stop right there. What seat was she in? Window? Middle? Aisle? That matters. If she had an aisle seat then I find it impossible to believe that she needed help pulling him away from him. At any point she could’ve gotten up and walked away.
Witnesses are chiming in now:
One witness reported hearing the passenger say, “don’t do that.” Another witness reported seeing Baker lean over toward the woman. A third person on the flight reported that Baker told a flight attendant that the woman was his sister’s friend. JetBlue personnel advised Baker to stop his behavior and moved the woman to another seat.
“Don’t do that?”
Don’t do what? This doesn’t really tell us anything at all.
Where was the witness sitting who saw him lean over toward the woman? Directly behind them? Across the aisle? What was he doing? Groping her? Motorboating? These witnesses sound pretty useless to me.
And was the “victim” really his sister’s friend? Or was he just saying that because he was shitcocked? I have a hard time believing he got wasted in 45 minutes on a plane.
5 Investigates has learned that the pilot of the plane considered diverting the flight to a New York airport but continued to Boston because it would take the same amount of time. The flight landed at 11:28 p.m. according to flight records. Baker asked if he had done anything wrong when JetBlue staff told him he’d have to meet with state police at the airport. He said he had been asleep the whole flight.
And yes, it does matter if she’s “plus sized.” These plane seats are small. If your gravitational pull is stronger than a milk crate full of shot puts then there’s gonna be some overflow into the seat next to you. That’s just science. Was he inadvertently coming in contact with a spare honch? He says he was sleeping the whole flight. Was he passing out on top of her and she just wanted to have her #MeToo moment? Because if she’s really a plus sized women’s studies professor from Harvard then I can totally picture her using innocent inadvertent contact as a way to victimize herself.
Either way, we write blogs based on facts, and we don’t let political differences affect our blogs. If there’s evidence he did something wrong he would’ve been arrested and should’ve been arrested. But quite frankly it’s just believable right now. If you have any information about this, including the name of the accuser, we’d love to look into this more. Hit us up at [email protected]