Delta Tells Ann Coulter Her Insults Are 'Unacceptable'

Delta Tells Ann Coulter Her Insults Are 'Unacceptable'

Delta Tells Ann Coulter Her Insults Are 'Unacceptable'

Delta Airlines has fired back at Ann Coulter - revealing on Twitter how her two-day temper tantrum was over a measly $30.

"At the time of boarding, Delta inadvertently moved Coulter to 15A - a window seat - when working to accommodate several passengers with seating requests", a Delta spokesperson said.

Delta said Coulter originally booked seat 15F in the exit row, but then changed to seat 15D - an aisle seat - within 24 hours of departure. If Delta had approached Coulter and said, "This young woman would like to sit with her family, and three seats weren't available together - do you mind moving?" perhaps Coulter would have willingly done so. "We are aware of the customer's comment and we're reaching out directly to her to address the complaint", he said.

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She railed against the company on Twitter, calling Delta the "worst airline in America", and complained that it had given her seat to someone who was neither old, a child, sick, nor an "air marshall (sic) or tall person".

The right-wing commentator followed up the tweet with a photo of the flight attendant she claimed told her to give up the seat for another passenger.

In all, Coulter tweeted about ten times about her treatment on Delta. "Her actions are unnecessary and unacceptable", Delta said in a statement.

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Saturday night saw a surge of tweets that five-starred the airline.

According to Coulter, a Delta employee "snatched" the ticket from her hands and allegedly demanded that she move to another seat without "explanation, compensation or apology". "Each of our employees is charged with treating each other as well as our customers with dignity and respect".

Hell hath no fury like a victimized Ann Coulter. The airline said a flight attendant had stepped in to deal with "confusion" arising from the seat reassignment and that "all customers complied and the flight departed without incident".

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During her Twitter onslaught, Coulter referred to some of the Delta crew members as "Nurse Ratchets" - alluding to the main villain in the classic 1975 film, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, as reported by The Washington Post.

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