It’s every populist playbook - “everything good is due to us, everything bad is someone else’s fault”
The whole problem with public perception of the EU in a nutshell.
Most national laws in EU countries are at least influenced by EU legislation. Heck, almost all consumer protection legislation like this is done at EU Level.
If the laws are good, national politicians will pad themselves on the back, not the EU.
If the laws are bad, national politicians will blame the EU (and do not mention their own role in the legislative process).
Add to that a nationalistic yellow press, and you get Brexit.
This is why Britain voted out really - their politicians take credit for all the positives while projecting their screw ups on the EU.
What is Miss "Brexit Means Brexit" going to do when she can't take credit for EU policy and has to make up her own?
Wait, does this mean Lufthansa or anybody else can't charge an extra 10€ for booking with a credit card?
Perhaps by "we" she meant the EU. /s