Skip to comments.After 28 hours, Delta's only answer for why it made Ann Coulter give up her seat is “I don’t know”
Posted on 07/17/2017 3:50:10 AM PDT by grundle
Full title: After 28 hours, Delta Air Lines only answer for why it made Ann Coulter give up her prepaid seat is I dont know
Delta made Coulter give up her prepaid seat. When Coulter asked why, the flight attendants answer was
I dont know.
28 hours after the incident, Delta has still not offered Coulter any other explanation for its actions.
If Delta did have a legitimate reason for doing what it did, it should say what that reason was.
Otherwise, Delta will have given the impression that one or more of its employees simply did it out of some personal vendetta that they have against Coulter.
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The vicious Left strikes again, no doubt.
You can post your recycled blog junk right here in full.
Actually, it is posted in full and shouldn't be marked as an excerpt.
Not enough we have to be subjected to the gestapo inside the airport.
The airlines themselves are emerging as fascists and increasingly are being run as if they’re government owned and operated instead of a legitimate business with customer satisfaction a priority.
Ann should make public the name, rank and serial number of the attendant(s) who forced her to leave.
It was probably an agent and may not have even been the one at the gate where boarding took place. I think the airlines are made aware when there are VIPs flying so accommodations can be made if there is a snafu. Whoever was aware of Ann Coulter’s presence may have been a rogue employee and whoever ended up going along with this crap will probably be fired as well.
I flew as a flight attendant on many different planes and there were times due to moving extra baggage we would have to move people from the back to the front for ‘weight and balance’ issues. The order to move never came from a flight attendant.
But I love @Delta declaring my tweets unacceptable, Coulter tweeted. @Delta now dictating acceptable conduct off the plane. NOT fascist at all #Resist.
Good for you, Ann.
“The order to move never came from a flight attendant.”
But once the lower level people are exposed, they may be willing to deflect the blame by identifying the who and why behind it.
Surprised AC didn’t make more of a stink about it. On the other hand, maybe she did take care of business ‘quietly’.
Maybe they had to accommodate an air marshal? In any event, I am sure there is a record of when and whom made the change in their computer system. If they have a rogue employee who did this, they should be dropped from the job at 30K feet “your fired, leave now”.
Meanwhile I agree with her, which I do not do on many of her zany issues. She needed to make them look bad. Failure to have either posted a reason or provided one to her is damning to them. When I fly on other than Southwest, I pay for and expect to be in the seat I paid for. Given a compelling reason, I MIGHT agree to move but I am not going to move to an interior seat ever as I do not wish to fly besides a window nor in the middle as I don’t wish to crawl over someone to get to the rest room, when they deem it OK for you to arise from your seat.
OT: if it is not safe to get up from your seat during large portions of a flight, why do they allow flying in the first place?
She should sue the airline for breach of contract.
Well, at least they didn’t have her beaten and dragged out of the plane. Beware, Delta! Hell hath no fury like a scorned b!tch.
Dudette, take a chill pill ...
“f it is not safe to get up from your seat during large portions of a flight,”
Air turbulence would be a big reason.
Ok. I’ll say what many are thinking but are too polite or too cowed by the PC Kops —
—or too intellectual, and trying very hard to be scrupulously honest and fair.
But they’ve finally pummeled all that out of me. I’m on the ropes, and tired from all the ugly attacks.
One or more lower-level, on-the-spot employees did it out of hate.
Hate for her Conservative ways, hate for her white skin, or both.
Almost sounds like Trump.
What Twitter didn't understand is that when reduced to 140 characters per tweet you discover that leftists have nothing they can say because they never had anything to say.
Conservatives can say a lot in a tweet.
Airline travel is not as benign as the industry would have you believe.
Read up on physiology of flight.
My experiences with Delta is that it is a not unpleasant airline for a 16 hour flight except for the part where they have trouble getting the plane off the ground. I will pay 20-25% more for a Delta ticket to not have to fly on United. United in Economy class is truly “steerage” and the staff makes sure you know it. You can’t beat Asian airlines for long hauls. Or maybe it is that you can’t beat foreign airlines with any American airline.
For all practical purposes they are. Look at the myriad of rules, regulations and laws that control that business and you can hardly conclude that they are anything resembling a free enterprise.
“”Maybe they had to accommodate an air marshal?””
I doubt young lady is an air marshal. And if the young lady is an air marshal then we are in deep doo-doo.