According to the FAA, air travelers have been more out of line than usual in recent years. The FAA reports, the nation's airlines have had to deal with nearly 500 unruly passenger reports in just the first six weeks of 2022. Now, the CEO of Delta Airlines is asking the Department of Justice to introduce a "no-fly" list for passengers who have been convicted of an onboard disruption. However, critics of the proposal say this totally goes against civil liberties. Senior Policy Analyst at the ACLU Speech Privacy and Technology Project, Jay Stanley, joined Cheddar to discuss more.