Yeah, you dick.
Looks to me like the gentleman in the chair was using his disability as a power gimmick.
The Captain’s remark wasn’t aimed at the speakers being in a wheelchair. It was a classic response when you’re pissed. The speakers response comes off as: “You can’t talk to me like that! I’m handicapped!”
#1 Your sexism showing considering you assume that the person leading the meeting is a man when, in fact, she is a woman.
#2 The only people in the room standing were the security guards so it would be disrespectful and prideful to remain standing, regardless of somebody else’s ability to do so or not.
#3 Captain America’s was using his celebrity and threatening presence to situate himself within a jurisdiction he was not given the authority to enter and his insistence on standing was meant to intimidate and challenge the woman in charge. It seems to me that to use her own physicality to checkmate his power-play was clever and obviously effective.
#4 It is ridiculous for you and those like you to keep insisting that minorities should be apologetic for being so different and to be wary of making you, the one in the privileged position, uncomfortable.
#5 The excuse of “that’s just what people say” is bigoted and disgusting. If we minorities have to accept your casual language and inability to use a tact you’ll have to stop being quite so upset when we put you in your place.