Conservative author Ann Coulter fired a fury of tweets on Saturday evening condemning Delta Airlines after she claims she was forced to move from her pre-booked seat.

Coulter’s tweet storm included criticizing the airline’s protocol, WiFi, and even shaming another customer by posting a photo of the passenger taking the author’s seat.

Delta Airlines didn’t appear to respond to Coulter’s criticism.

Delta isn’t the first airline to come under fire for removing a passenger from their seat this year. In April, United Airlines faced intense criticism after a video went viral of airport security forcefully removing a customer from his seat on a flight he paid to be on.