Ann Coulter Blasts Delta After Seat Mix-Up

Vincent Carr
July 17, 2017

Coulter responded to Delta's statement via a separate retweet from an Ann Coulter fanpage.

By Sunday it was reported that Coulter's new seat was in the same row, but across the aisle, and offered the same extra leg room benefit she had paid for.

"If you thought it was about $30, @Delta, why didn't you give this woman $30 and let me stay in my PRE-BOOKED, ASSIGNED seat?" she wrote, sharing a picture of the woman who was placed in her seat.

Amazonian conservative firebrand Ann Coulter raged against Delta Airlines after their personnel kicked her out of a special seat she said she had reserved. A spokesman for the airline confirmed with HuffPost that Coulter was on a flight from La Guardia Airport in NY to Florida on Saturday.

Furthermore, Delta said it tried to contact Coulter when she first complained, as indicated on the airline's Twitter account, but did not receive a response until Sunday evening.

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The commentator and best-selling author had tweeted a photo of the passenger who was seated in her pre-booked seat for an unexplained emergency and ripped the passenger in another tweet as "the dachshund-legged woman".

Coulter continued her online rant Monday. The airline further said it reassigned Coulter to another window seat on the same row to take in seating requests from other passengers. It added that "your insults about our other customers and employees are unacceptable and unnecessary".

While people are usually sympathetic to passengers who have high-profile customer service problems with airlines, a lot of smug people on Twitter were apparently pleased with Coulter's Delta despair.

Coulter also accused Delta of having non-working Wi-Fi, "probably to prevent passengers from tweeting from the plane about how they're being treated". "That's what offends you". The policy explicitly states that "Delta accommodates the seating requirements of customers with certain types of disabilities", which might lead to seating changes regardless of whether someone has pre-booked a seat.

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