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Man, People on Twitter Really Hate United

Madison Malone Kircher

Earlier this week, horrifying videos surfaced of a United passenger being forcefully dragged off of an overbooked flight, after refusing to give up his seat. Though the United CEO referred to the incident as a “passenger re-accommodation,” and defended the crew’s reaction on the plane in a letter to employees, the court of Twitter has been far less sympathetic. Instead, criticism of the airline’s actions has been harsh, if also darkly humorous.

There were new logos.

Seating arrangements.

Spoofs.

And plenty of new slogans.

People really weren’t here for that whole reaccommodation line.

Even the dictionary got involved.

Like we said. People really hate United.

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