TWITTER: Ann Coulter goes to war with Delta, DML slams Coulter

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Ann Coulter had a temper tantrum over Delta Airlines allegedly giving away her seat on Saturday.

Coulter is best known for her hard hitting commentary and conservative leaning writings.  But as DML says, “She has wiggled her way into the immigration debate despite having virtually little experience with the issue.”  Her rough tongue comments about immigrants often leave her labeled as a hater.

DML has also said about Coulter, “I’m all for stopping illegal immigration, but Coulter is a witch.  She’s got an angry edge to her that I think shows her instability as a human being.”

In the past, she was an avid Trump supporter, and she’s monetized his name with book sales and speeches. But as of late she does more criticizing than praising of the president.

According to Coulter, Delta Airlines booted her from the oversized seat she had reserved and paid for. Coulter, in a fit of rage, took photos of the people surrounding the ethnic person who Delta gave her seat to.

She then proceeded to blast out a series of angry tweets about how terrible Delta treated her.

A Delta spokesman said it appeared Coulter was in the same extra-room row, just in a different seat. But he promised to look into it.

Dennis Michael Lynch has blasted Ann Coulter for her unrealistic and unfair anti-trump tweets regarding the slow moving process of building a wall on the souther border, lashed out at Coulter with a tweet of his own.

Coulter tweeted:

DML tweeted back:

 

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