Ann Coulter (Credit: AP/Jose Luis Magana)
After an inflight seat mishap over the weekend, conservative provocateur Ann Coulter took her anger to social media with a series of tweets that Delta Airlines later said was a public attack on their employees and was “unnecessary and unacceptable.”
The incident began on Saturday when Coulter was bumped from what she said was her pre-booked and pre-paid for booked seat with extra room to another, less comfortable, seat on her flight from New York City to West Palm Beach Florida, according to NBC.
Just when you think it’s safe to fly them again, the worst airline in America is STILL: @Delta
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) July 15, 2017
What followed was a barrage of over 30 tweets that included public insults to Delta, the flight attendants on her plane, the Wifi and the woman who was given Coulter’s original seat, in a tirade that has even poured late into Sunday night. “Does your union hate you, @Delta? Not really worth spending all that money on planes when @Delta gate staff …read more