A New Hampshire woman claims her tweets about an argument between a JetBlue pilot and a passenger got her kicked off a flight.

Lisa Carter-Knight wrote the following on Twitter during a delay Tuesday on her flight home from Philadelphia.

Knight accused the pilot of not allowing her onto the flight because of those tweets. JetBlue, however, denied that the tweets were the reason.

"The decision to remove a customer from a flight is not taken lightly. If we feel a customer is not complying with safety instructions, exhibits objectionable behavior or causes conflict at the gate or on the aircraft, the customer will be asked to deplane or will be denied boarding especially if the crew feels the situation runs the risk of accelerating in the air," JetBlue said in a statement, according to WCVB in Boston.

"In this instance, the customer received a refund and chose to fly on another carrier."

JetBlue did not elaborate on what Knight did that caused them to deny her access to the plane.

Knight said the whole thing started when another passenger made a joke about the pilot appearing to be drunk, which offended the pilot.

JetBlue said a precautionary sobriety test was conducted and the pilot was sober.

Andrea Tantaros, whose brother is a pilot for a major airline, said basically the airlines can do whatever they want in these situations.

And she cautioned people not to make jokes about a pilot.

"By the way people, stop making 'pilot drunk' jokes. These pilots take their jobs very seriously and they will ask you to leave. They have spent hundreds of hours to get where they are," she said.

Watch the "Outnumbered" panel's take on the situation above.