Ann Coulter paid extra for a seat with a little bit more leg room to accomodate her tall frame. She had been assigned a seat, but when she boarded the Delta Airlines plane, she got a big surprise. Her seat had been given to someone else. Someone, Coulter claims, who was shorter than her and probably didn’t need the extra room.
Coulter posted pics and her story on social media. Delta quickly responded by asking her to contact them personally, not through social media. Then Delta proceeded to use Twitter as a way to get back at Coulter, saying her behavior was “unacceptable and unnecessary”.
Sorry, Delta. Not one of the smartest things you could’ve done!
Coulter, who’s not amused by the whole seat switching mess, took her story to “Fox & Friends” Tuesday morning. Coulter pointed out that Delta’s “lying so much about this.”
Coulter told the Fox News audience that as she was boarding, the ticket agent snatched the ticket out of her hand and said, ‘No, we’ve given you a different seat.’ When Coulter asked why her seat had been changed, she was told, ‘Emergency.’”
But that’s not the end of it. Coulter tweeted proof that someone on Delta’s staff targeted her on purpose:
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) July 18, 2017
“Someone noticed her, and just wanted to be a jerk and make her life miserable.”
And there you have it!
Chicks on the Right reports:
As you’ve probably heard, Ann Coulter got into a massive Twitter fight with Delta over the weekend. Long story short, Delta gave her pre-selected “extra room” seat to someone else and didn’t offer a legitimate explanation. Coulter called out Delta on Twitter in a series of snarky tweets, and eventually, Delta responded and called her behavior “unacceptable and unnecessary.”