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Delta and Chris Evans Drag Ann Coulter on Twitter

By Dustin Rowles | Social Media | July 17, 2017 |

By Dustin Rowles | Social Media | July 17, 2017 |

On Saturday, Ann Coulter attacked Delta airlines for giving a seat with more legroom that she paid $30 for to another passenger, and Princess Snowflake was terribly unhappy.

In fact, she angrily tweeted about it for a full two hours, going so far as to post a picture of the woman who got her seat. Again, the woman who got her seat did absolutely nothing here; Delta gave the seat away, and yet, Coulter felt it necessary to post this woman’s picture over a very minor, perceived slight (Coulter was still on the flight; she simply didn’t get the minor upgrade):

Health insurance for millions of people is in danger, but Coulter just couldn’t let losing that extra legroom go. You can’t get anymore First World Problemier than this:

There were a number of other tweets over two hours, but you get the picture: Ann Coulter was super upset that she had her extra-legroom seat taken away, and decided to take her rage out on not only Delta but the female passenger who gained her seat.

On Sunday, Delta responded to Ann Coulter, and the implication in their tweets is that Ann Coulter is an entitled, privileged, asshole who threw a goddamn fit over a very minor slight.

Airlines are not exactly beloved — especially Delta — but a Twitter fight with Ann Coulter is a surefire way to get the public on your side.

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You know what else helps? When Captain America weighs in against Ann Coulter’s entitled assholery:

You folks have already placed your votes on who is the Best Chris (and those results will arrive on Thursday). Shame you didn’t have him slamming Ann Coulter to help make your decision. Also this:

Minus 5 points, Evans, for your shameless manipulation.

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