"The government regulators have permitted airlines to monopolize popular destinations, cut flights so that aircraft are nearly always full or beyond full with overbooking and then enforce no basic service requirements until a legislator or public figure gets abused or someone is needlessly injured", Wolk tells FOX Business.
Coulter, however, claimed that Delta was "lying so much" during an appearance on Tuesday's edition of "Fox and Friends", and reiterated that she has yet to hear an explanation - or obtain an apology - from the airline.
These inconsiderate folks have included couples who arrive late and can't get seats together, those who at boarding time perceive themselves to need more leg room and, my favourite, families with three children who expect to get five seats near each other.
Coulter on Saturday excoriated the airline for unceremoniously switching up her pre-booked "extra room" seat on the plane, which she claims cost her an additional $30, and four days later, Coulter is still managing to stir up controversy about what the conservative author and speaker now says was a nefarious plot to inconvenience her.
The flight attendant, who asserted that they belonged to a secret Facebook group of airline employees, claimed members were "hating on Ann".
Her proof: A photo of a text conversation she claims to have received from a Delta flight attendant. However, group members reportedly "acknowledged it was a Delta employee who targeted Ann on goal".
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Delta Air Lines has not commented on Coulter's text message reveal. "Additionally, your insults about our other customers and employees are unacceptable and unnecessary". The political analyst tweeted her frustration over her replacement, writing that "if it was so important for the dachshund-legged woman to take my seat, she should have BOOKED THE SEAT IN ADVANCE". "And we hold each other accountable when that does not happen".
Delta responded to Coulter on Twitter on Sunday night that it was refunding her the extra $30 she paid for her preferred seat.
Several Twitter users took issue with Coulter's comments, with some users making reference to her "white privilege". "I totally get it", he wrote. "I must pre-select a brush, investigate types of paste, and periodically spit bulls-t".
But Coulter's suggestion that Republicans in particular should be wary of using the airline is somewhat surprising, given Delta CEO Edward Bastian has previously donated money to the GOP.
The airline also released a statement later that evening, in which it apologized for the seating situation, attributing it to a simple mix-up.
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