Ann Coulter, who made thousands of dollars complaining about victim culture in America, is now a victim herself after she was moved to another seat on her Delta Air Lines flight from New York to Palm Beach last Saturday. Once her flight landed, our social justice warrior of the nonexistent tall lives matter movement took to Twitter to rage about the injustice she suffered.
And then she brought up the union because, for Conservatives, all roads lead to the unions or the Clintons.
And then she posted a picture of the flight attendant
And then she posted a picture of the person who got her seat
Ann then continued her twitter rant for over 24 hours! Delta shot back at Ann after she made a disparaging remark in a tweet about the customer who was given her seat.
"Delta said in a statement that Coulter had originally booked a window seat in an exit row, but changed it to one in the aisle less than 24 hours before. The airline said it "inadvertently" moved Coulter during boarding, to another window seat in the same row "when working to accommodate several passengers with seating requests."
The airline said that while there was some confusion over seating assignments initially, all passengers complied with a flight attendant's request to move to the seats listed on their ticket. It was only when Coulter began tweeting on Saturday that Delta became aware of the issue, the airline said.
"Delta expects mutual civility throughout the entire travel experience," it said. "We will refund Ms. Coulter's $30 for the preferred seat on the exit row that she purchased." DailyBeast.com
As of noon on Monday, Ann showed no signs of wanting to end her twitter war with Delta
Believe it or not, I have major empathy for Ann Coulter. I know what it’s like to be tall and miserable while crammed into a tiny seat. I too often splurge for the extra legroom seats myself, especially on long haul flights. But what I don't do is have a 24 hour tantrum in front of my 1 million+ followers (mostly because I don't have 1 million followers) and post pictures of the girl who took your seat. You decided to make this girl a national treasure without her consent all because you were switched from an aisle seat to a window seat IN THE SAME ROW. The same thing has happened to me a couple times before, and what did I do? I complained to my friend about it over a glass of wine and then continued on with my life.
The best part is, Ann tweeted how the WiFi wasn't working on her flight, which means she literally had two hours to calm herself down and think like a rational adult. But then again, this is Ann Coulter we're talking about, so of course she spent the entire flight drafting tweets of rage and taking pictures.
Now, I guess we will all just have to wait and see how Ann Coulter is going to blame this all on Hillary.