However, Jaynes has also been retweeting samples of the other kinds of messages she's now receiving as a result of all this, including these:
"@DeltaAssist great move! @ClassicHippie when you're comfortable with men flopping their winkies at you, then you can flop your boobs around" -- @RayJuniorShow
"@ClassicHippie I get your kid has to eat and all but why make other people on your flight uncomfortable? It's quite disrespectful." -- @SMARKRAGE
General rule of debate: If your sentence begins with "I get that your baby has to eat and all" there is nothing which can follow that will help your cause. However, here's one reply we can pretty much all agree with, from @thecrabigail:
"Pretty sure passengers and crew would be more offended by screaming baby than happily eating one."
In 2012, a woman reached a settlement with Delta, Freedom Airlines and Mesa Air Group after being ordered off a Delta-operated flight in 2006 when she refused to cover up while breast-feeding her child.