Justice denied

A few of Ann Coulter’s many many furious outraged tweets at an airline that changed her reserved aisle seat to a window seat:

There’s one that says “.@Delta didn’t give my extra room seat to an air marshall or tall person. Here’s the woman given my PRE-BOOKED seat:” with a photo of a row of people looking up at her. It’s not very nice to photograph fellow passengers and then tweet the photo to thousands of people. That’s why I’m not including the one with the photo.

Etc etc etc in the same vein, tweet after tweet after tweet.

So the woman who was assigned to the aisle seat had actual literal dachshund legs? Really?

Oh yes, an airline inconveniencing Ann Coulter is the real fascism.

I guess there’s a sort of logic in hard-right people being this self-obsessed and Me First Always. They cultivate a showy callousness toward people damaged or abandoned by systems, and showy callousness tends to become more real and more pervasive over time. You start by sneering at workers and immigrants, and you end by thinking you yourself are the only person in the world who really matters.

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