Delta Just Broke Its Silence On Ann Coulter’s Temper Tantrum

On Saturday, when professional hate enthusiast Ann Coulter threw a two-hour temper tantrum on a Delta flight because the coach seat she believed to be hers was given to another woman, the company sat back and watched her shout herself into a frenzy.

Leave it to an airline. When she went low, they went high.

But a day later, the airline could not keep its silence any longer. Delta offered to reimburse Coulter the difference in the ticket, and followed up with some advice on being a decent human being that she would have benefited from decades ago:

Coulter stayed true to form, blowing the whole incident wildly out of proportion and attacking with idiotic — for lack of a better word — logic.

The woman who has made a career off ridiculing struggling Americans, minorities, and anyone not born into privilege for being too soft and failing to pull themselves up by their bootstraps believes that $30 doesn’t begin to cover the inconvenience of having her coach seat taken away:

That is not a joke account. Ann Coulter doesn’t want reimbursement, she wants reparations. The woman who’s lectured millions of Americans for seeking handouts when all they wanted was a fair shake thinks she deserves $10,000 for losing one foot of leg room. Yes, ten grand. What does she think this is? A Trumpcare deductible?

If you’re new to Ann Coulter, hopefully this much is clear. She is a bad person.

Her entire mind-numbing rant can be viewed on her twitter feed. Honestly though, don’t bother. Your time is worth way more than that.

Add your name to millions demanding that Congress take action on the President’s crimes. IMPEACH DONALD TRUMP!

Sheila Norton

Sheila Norton is a journalist with ten years of Capitol Hill experience. She has consulted extensively for a variety of progressive causes, including equal rights and clean energy.


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July 20, 2017