Well you seem to be bending over backwards to find reasons why she shouldn't be upset. After all, lots of tall people would be fine with being moved to an aisle, so why shouldn't she?
No, sir, I'm not. I honestly (and obviously) don't care if she's upset or not. What I've been trying to consistently say is that we still don't have much of a clue as to what happened. But that hasn't stopped a lot of people from treating it like the rapture. If, for example, the Comfort Plus story is true, then the real story is she should be p*ssed over Delta's Comfort Plus upgrade policy. A fine topic for a thread.
I mean, is there a point where it's ok for a customer to complain?
OK, sure, so why not start a thread on that topic, too? But wouldn't you rather be more confident about what actually happened before getting all whacked out about airline mistreatment of passengers?
I agree with her approach being wrong, but it seems like you are more into her and her approach than anything about the issue at hand.
Fine, PNT, guilty as charged. I've focused on the behavior because, honestly, that's all we know with half-certainty at this point, and very few people will concede that it was even a bit over the top, even for someone who admittedly had to switch seats (that's the true bending over backward gymnastics on this thread). And I'm obviously not a fan of Ann Coulter. Thanks for your agreement that the approach was wrong, however many posts in, because that's all I'm trying to say.
My issue is with people being ok with FAs being unappreciative, unprofessional, uncaring, unempathetic, etc. If you are going to drag my ass out of my seat that I spent time looking through various flights for and paid extra for, the least you can do is make it as pleasant as possible.
I'd say there's a decent enough chance that you jumped to that conclusion as being what happened here. Her a*s surely wasn't dragged, that's for sure.