Adios, Ann: Only Mitt for Me!

In her latest book and book tour, Ann Coulter unveils her innermost being as she advances a universal conspiracy theory to destroy America.

During her Adios, America! book tour, Coulter championed an identity politics given the David Duke seal of approval,[1] and heralded Mitt Romney as the savior of the nation (and the world).

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To do so, Coulter uses slash-and-burn politics and engages in the politics of personal destruction. She also lied about presidential elections in 1980, 2008, and 2012, trashing Reagan’s legacy while deifying Romney.

In the process, Coulter glories in being an elite among elites even as she rails against her peers and her betters.

Conspiracy Theories

Coulter proffers several conspiracy theories – though in 1998, she contended that only liberals are conspiracists. At that time, she even denied the existence of any conspiracy requiring more than two or three people.

But now Coulter claims, “It’s not a crazy conspiracy theory.”[2] Moreover, the Conservative Book Club apparently agrees, promoting Adios, America! as “Ann Coulter Exposes The Illegal Immigration Cabal.” [3] Conservative! Cabal!

Nevertheless, Coulter has actually entertained conspiracy theories for a number of years.[4] Not surprisingly, her theories revolve around herself and her interests.

Conspiracy

# 1 – Silencing Coulter

Now, Coulter asserts that there is a vast left-wing and right-wing conspiracy to silence her.[5] She claims, “I’m terrified [that the book] will be blacklisted everywhere.”[6] She adds, “It’s more ignoring me and my book. It’s more refusing to debate me on my book.”[7]

Indeed, “I will get no mainstream media attention for this. None whatsoever. And I’m having a little trouble getting it from the quote ‘conservative press.’”[8]

# 2 – Destroying America

Coulter also claims, “The media has completely blacklisted [immigration] from discussion.”[9] She continues, “We are in the midst of a massive, massive cover-up.”[10]

Indeed, she argues, “It’s the most massive conspiracy of a national homicide made to look like a suicide I’ve ever seen.”

# 3 – The Conspirators

Coulter asserts that a near universal conspiracy of anti-American liberals, corporate conservatives, greedy churches, et. al., all seek to destroy America as we know it.

In her words:

Republicans conspiring with Democrats for the Republicans’ short-term electoral interests and the money; Democrats, to destroy the country forever and destroy the Republican Party, having conspired three times in the last decade to try to pass amnesty. All three times, opposing this were about three talk radio hosts and three bloggers. And every time it was the American people that shut those amnesties down.”[11]

Yes, all of these elites are conspiring and opposed to the will of the American people.

On the Sean Hannity Show,[12] Coulter contended: “The media are conspiring to hide the evidence.” Beyond the media, she asserted: “Everyone is conspiring to change this country in a way that crushes the middle class, crushes the working class, that Americans absolutely do not want.”

(But if everyone is in on the conspiracy, then it isn’t a conspiracy.)

Moreover: “You have all of the elites conspiring to bring in Democratic voters, servants for the rich, cheap labor for businesses, tax money for the churches.”[13]

Coulter insists:

Every elite group in America – the media, the churches, the nonprofits, Washington lobbyists and both political parties – conspire to continue this destruction of the greatest country in the world for their own selfish reasons.”[14]

Again, she blames “the rich … Democrats … Republicans … [and] the greedy fake churches.”[15] She especially hates the latter, who seek “money to bring in refugees who are blind, have leprosy, and seventeen kids. Oh, the churches love that. They get a lot of taxpayer money.”

Coulter contends that the media manufactures stories to distract us from the truth:

“The Bruce Jenner story, like the Doogen [Duggar] story – whatever their names are – and the ISIS stories are all just ways for the media to distract us from immigration. They really just don’t want Americans even thinking about it.”[16]

Coulter feels beleaguered, claiming, “It’s pretty much three talk radio hosts, three bloggers, when I force him to talk about it, Sean Hannity, and our savior, Matt Drudge.”[17] Yes, Ann even has to “force” her friend, Sean, to talk about immigration.

Hence the reason America needs her book (It’s nice to be needed, isn’t it?): “I do think it’s my most important book. … In this book, I am correcting lies you are being told right now that will affect the continued existence of the United States.”

It all turns back to Coulter, who alone can save America from demographic suicide!

Slash-and-Burn Politics Against GOP

In a remarkable column posted on Daily Caller – and then removed by Daily Caller[18]Coulter attacked every GOP presidential candidate.

That is what Ann Coulter does. Slash-and-burn politics, destroying everything and everyone opposed to her agenda. Rhetorical carpet bombing – as she did in 2012 – against all those who threaten the candidacy of her political savior.[19]

As a whole, Coulter regards the current and potential GOP presidential candidates as “idiot Republicans.”[20] “They’re all pretty disastrous [candidates],”[21] according to Coulter.

Indeed, “Every single Republican candidate running right now is a complete abomination, other than Walker, who has recently changed his position [on immigration].”[22]

Complete abomination?

As for specific candidates, “Much like Saddam, there are so many reasons to dislike Jeb Bush.”[23] Coulter likens Bush to a maniacal madman who killed and tortured countless people?

On Rand Paul, “Well, this seems unfair, but come on, we’re not running a midget and he is very short. He is very, very short. I almost stepped on him at a cocktail party!”[24] She also dismisses “utterly useless Libertarians like Rand Paul”[25]

Coulter called Marco Rubio “the Jack Kevorkian of the Republican Party.”[26]

A Tea Partier Who Hates the Tea Party

Once beloved by the Tea Party, Coulter – who still regards herself as a Tea Partier[27] – never fails to attack those who once supported her. She has special disdain for Sarah Palin, saying, “We’ve been through this before with Sarah Palin. You have to be a governor.[28] The rest of them should just forget it. You’re just distracting us.”[29]

Seemingly hating the Tea Party she claims to love, Coulter asserts: “The feminists are to the Democratic Party what the fake tea party leaders are to the Republican Party. A thorn in their side forcing them to run totally unelectable candidates. The tea party clearly did it to us.”[30]

Actually, the Tea Party sought to keep out the RINOs Coulter fought to elect.[31]

Incensed, Coulter charges, “Fake conservatives and tea partiers followed the crowd and slammed Romney as an ‘establishment’ Republican.”[32]

But Coulter continues to rewrite history, claiming, “As for these idiot Tea Partiers or whichever conservatives are idol-worshipping Ronald Reagan, he was great for his time, but it was a different world. I don’t think he’s going down as the greatest president when he signed an amnesty law.”[33]

(Coulter once idolized Reagan,[34] but no longer. More to follow.)

Impugns Motives of GOP

Not only are all of these alleged conspirators wrong, in Coulter’s eyes, but they are guilty of evil motives.

Jealousy and envy play a huge role, according to Coulter: “I think jealousy had a lot to do with that in the case of Mitt Romney.”[35]

Also, “The one sin no one will admit to having – and the most dangerous – and that is envy. … the one thing no one will ever admit to is envy and it is the most damaging.”[36]

As Coulter puts it, “These losers, they are jealous of Mitt Romney. … You see the ugly face of envy coming out in vicious attacks [on Romney].”[37]

That’s right: Romney was defeated because all of the other GOP candidates were envious of Romney.[38]

Romney’s GOP rivals, says Coulter, had sinister motives and expressed enmity toward him: “The hatred for Mitt Romney … the personal venom toward him [by conservatives] is very hard to explain other than as some sort of psychological, or sinful, compulsion.”[39]

Outraged, Coulter berates those she blames for Romney’s defeat:

“Mitt Romney. … I think people need to wake up and see that they were lied to about Mitt Romney. He was the best we ever had. There’s no one who can compete with him. He was Jan Brewer before Jan Brewer was Jan Brewer. I think he did the right thing by saying he’s not going to run. He can’t take on both the New York Times and the entire idiot conservative movement that refuses to look at his record and are being led astray by people who just think it’s fun to follow the crowd. I mean, Sarah Palin denounced Romney throughout that campaign: ‘RINO,’ “establishment.’ … Right-wingers, can you look at the record?”[40]

Everyone who thinks or behaves differently from what Coulter regards as right is evil!

They are all evil, according to Coulter:

“It is not only selfish and outrageous that both the Left, and many on the Right, and business interests, and media personalities, greedy churches who want the taxpayer money – everyone who is in favor of mass immigration from the Third World (i.e., our current immigration policies) is in it for his own personal, selfish reasons. That’s outrageous enough. But with Republicans, you also have just utter stupidity.”[41]

Yes, Coulter regards the GOP as not only evil and cowardly, but stupid: “It’s not even just cowardice on the part of Republicans. It’s abject stupidity.”[42]

As always, it returns back to Coulter: “I’m coming under the same attacks Mitt Romney is – from the alleged conservatives.”[43]

Trust Ann: Coulter Knows Best

Remember, Coulter is the smart one![44]

Born and bred an elite,[45] Coulter has an extraordinarily overly-developed sense of superiority. Here, Coulter casts herself in the role of virtually the only virtuous elite.

On several shows, Coulter has told the same story:

“I went to a fancy dinner party at which I was the only non-billionaire, and I tried to politely harangue them throughout the dinner because they’re such utter morons politically. … It’s really a problem that our rich people are so stupid.”[46]

Coulter, a multi-millionaire herself, was privileged to attend a private dinner party exclusively for billionaires, and she harangues them – and calls them stupid!

Here she is again!:

“I went to a dinner party … with some very, very, very wealthy people; they’re good people, they’re conservatives, they’re Republicans – but they’re idiots. They are such political idiots.”[47]

Coulter’s message – trust Ann:[48] Coulter knows best.

Coulter expressly wrote part of her latest book to appeal to these stupid rich people – and to convince all of these “disastrous” candidates: “Obviously, none of [the candidates] have my position. But, again, they haven’t read the book yet. I think I’ll persuade them.”[49]

It is with such a winsome approach – one that Coulter has honed for nearly two decades – that she seeks political converts.[50]

Kidnap Mitt Romney!

All things revolve around Coulter – at least, in Coulter’s world. And Coulter is intent upon being the animating force to save the world:

“I think Romney will get back in. That’s what I’m hoping my book will do. Republicans will wake up and realize, ‘Oh my gosh, Romney was the best we ever had. Why were these nuts pretending to be true blue conservatives?’”[51]

Coulter is so petulantly insistent that Romney be the GOP nominee in 2016, that she not only employs the politics of personal destruction against all of his rivals (even though Romney is not running), but she would, if she could, force Romney to run!

In denial of reality,[52] Coulter boasts, “I’m not accepting that [Romney is not running].”[53] For her, “The real answer is, we’ve gotta recruit Mitt Romney to run again.”[54]

Last year, Coulter mused, “Well, don’t tell him, but I’m planning on giving Mitt Romney a little more time to rest, flying out, kidnapping him, and depriving him of sleep, food and water, until he agrees to run again.”[55]

It’s all up to Coulter: her plan, her action, her goal.

Asked just a few days ago who the GOP nominee should be, Coulter answered, “Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney. … We have to demand that he run.”[56]

On show after show, Coulter insists that Americans demand that Romney run in 2016. Coulter’s version of liberty is demanding obedience to her will. (I won’t!)

That’s Coulter’s style: “demand that he run![57]

If you’re not on Coulter’s side, watch out! As only Coulter can put it, “I wanted to call the [last] chapter a Voters’ Guide or Potential Death Squad List.”[58]

Romney Better Than Reagan

Coulter is so obsessed with a Romney nomination that she engages in historical revisionism, repeatedly claiming that “[Romney] did better than Reagan did. I think that’s pretty good.”[59] Per Coulter, “The best we ever had was Mitt Romney.”[60]

Asked who her champion is now, Coulter replied, “Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney.”[61] Coulter argues, “Mitt Romney was not only the most articulate but the most conservative candidate we’ve ever had.”[62]

Pardon me, Ann, but the Gipper [63]was brilliant, thoroughly conversant with the issues, utterly conservative, and articulated his principles better than most, including William F. Buckley, Jr. When Reagan spoke to the American people, they could relate to him and they could grasp his message.

But now Coulter looks askance at Reagan and his admirers, bemoaning, “These johnny-come-latelies to Reagan worship seem to think that he was Jesus Christ and could do no wrong.”[64]

Reagan was beloved both during and after his presidency. Nevertheless, Coulter tosses truth down a memory hole and proclaims, “I don’t really like groupthink and mob-think. I liked Reagan a lot more when it was unpopular.”[65]

Unpopular? When?

Coulter goes further, asserting, “We’re not up against the Evil Empire. Today’s war has moved from fighting communism to fighting mass Third World immigration to destroy our country.”[66]

Has Coulter not heard of Putin’s efforts to restore that empire?[67] Or Iran’s growing hegemony in the Middle East? Or China’s growing hegemony in the Far East? Or Islamic jihadist’s growing power around the world – and in the United States?[68]

According to Coulter, these are all efforts by the media to distract us from the immigration crisis.

But Coulter has a plan!

“My plan is still that Romney comes in at the end when conservatives realize that they were lied to by many of their own alleged spokesmen, because Romney is the most conservative candidate we’ve had to run for President and the most articulate and appealing and scandal-free. He’s more conservative than Reagan.”[69]

Coulter’s False Claims on Presidential Elections

To buttress her assertions, Coulter fabricates fantasies.

Coulter claims that changing demographics led to an Obama victory in 2008.[70] She is wrong![71] Still, she persists in the lie: “Obama never would have been elected the first time, but for Teddy Kennedy’s immigration act.”[72]

According to a Brookings Institute demography expert, applying “1980 demographics [to the 2008 election, it was] almost a dead heat Obama and McCain each getting about 49 percent of the vote.”[73]

Coulter also lies about the 2012 election, claiming:

“In 1980, Reagan won the biggest electoral landslide in history against an incumbent president, Jimmy Carter. Without the last 40 years of immigration, in 2012, Mitt Romney would have won a bigger landslide than Reagan did. He got more of the ‘Reagan coalition’ than Reagan did.”[74]

On show after show, Coulter claims, “Romney got more of the Reagan coalition than Reagan did. He would have won a bigger landslide than Reagan did in 1980.”[75]

Is it true? No!

With 1980 demographics, Romney would have received 52% to Obama’s 46% – a 6 point spread. But Reagan won in 1980 with a 10 point lead. In 1980, Reagan received 51% of the popular vote; Carter, 41%.

Moreover, a better comparison would be between incumbent presidents: Reagan in 1984, Obama in 2012. In 1984, Reagan received 59% of the popular vote; Mondale, 41% – an 18 point spread.

Extols Romney as Her Messiah

Coulter has been[76]and remains[77] – Mitt Romney’s biggest cheerleader.[78]

Coulter contends, “Romney is the best we have had in my lifetime.”[79]

“If Republicans would only run Mitt Romney, oh, if they would only run Mitt Romney with that nice governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker.”[80]

Calling herself a “one-issue” voter, Coulter excuses Romney’s flip-flopping on abortion rights (from pro-choice to pro-life) because “he flipped on it our way” and when he was pro-choice, it was 1994 and “he was trying to take out Teddy Kennedy” in the Massachusetts Senate race.

Strangely, Coulter admits, “Look, if he had to be Adolf Hitler but managed to take out Teddy, I would salute him to end that menace.”[81]

But have no fear: Coulter has a plan!

“But my secret plan is I like Walker, but I would rather have him be (Mitt) Romney’s vice president, and I think Romney may have done a smart thing by getting out of this nonsense where people who refuse to read go dashing from one candidate to the next.”[82]

In virtually every interview, Coulter makes the point of saying, “Mitt Romney was Jan Brewer before Jan Brewer was Jan Brewer.”[83]

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Romney Is Running But Only in Coulter’s Mind

On his radio show, Sean Hannity chided Coulter, saying, “This is you. No matter what I say, you’re gonna say, ‘Mitt Romney.’ He’s not running.”[84]

Consider this dialogue from Hannity’s television show that night (emphasis added):

Hannity: “Who do you like for president?”

Coulter: “I would like Mitt Romney with Scott Walker as his vice president”

Hannity: “He’s not running. Keep going. He won’t jump back in.”

Coulter: “I think he’s going to jump back in when people realize [interrupted] … Ann’s going to be right. You’ll apologize.”

Hannity: “You’re going to be wrong. I will bet you any amount of money he’s not getting in.”

Coulter: “We’ll see.”

Hannity: “Is that – you’re living in the past that much?

Coulter: “I think Republican primary voters will realize, oh my gosh, we were lied to by idiots who said they were speaking on our behalf. Mitt Romney not only the most articulate but the conservative candidate we ever had. I love Scott Walker, but I would really prefer for him to be Mitt Romney’s vice president for a few years.

Hannity: “Alright, so you’re not going to get your way. You are going support whoever the nominee is.”

Coulter: “If it’s Scott Walker.”

Hannity: “What if it’s somebody else?”

Coulter: “I’ll take a long vacation.”

Hannity: “You’re that rigid now?

Dispelling the doubts of his critics, Romney commended both Romneycare and Obamacare, saying, “Without [Thomas Stemberg] pushing it, I don’t think we would have had Romneycare. Without Romneycare, I don’t think we would have Obamacare. So, without Tom, a lot of people wouldn’t have health insurance.”

Moreover, Romney disparaged the advent of conservative media for making it harder to get things done in Washington, D.C. As Rush Limbaugh put it,

“Mitt Romney is on record in the David Axelrod podcast as lamenting and complaining about the fact that there is now a conservative media, both on talk radio, in print, in broadcast, and on the World Wide Web. Romney told Axelrod that the demise of legacy media had empowered conservative insurgents like this show and others, which has prevented collaboration in Washington.”

Despite it all, including her current infatuation with Donald Trump, Coulter remains enamored with Romney, saying, “I still am holding out hopes that Romney will get back in.”[85]

In fact, Coulter has developed a new dream ticket to incorporate the two loves of her life: “I have the most dynamite ticket: Trump-Romney.”[86]

And she means it: “TRUMP-ROMNEY! If you don’t know why, you haven’t read “Adios, America!” and you are dead to me.twitter.com/mycroft1920/st…[87]

She really, really, really means it: “My dream team: @realDonaldTrump-@MittRomney twitter.com/DhhuizarDebbie…[88]

Endnotes:

[1]               See “Adios, Ann: Coulter’s Blood Politics” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-6H.

[2]               Ann Coulter, Ricochet, 6/4/15.

[3]               Ann Coulter, “Ann Coulter Exposes The Illegal Immigration Cabal,” Conservative Book Club interview, http://www.conservativebookclub.com/ann-coulter-exposes-the-illegal-immigration-cabal/.

[4]               See “Adios, Ann: Coulter’s Bio Fraud” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-6p.

[5]               Ibid.

[6]               Ann Coulter, Chronicles, 6/8/15, https://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/ann-coulter-interview-part-one/.

[7]               Ann Coulter, The Blaze, 6/3/15.

[8]               Ann Coulter, Ricochet, 6/4/15.

[9]               Ibid.

[10]             Ann Coulter, Ben Shapiro Show, KTTH, 6/5/15.

[11]             Ann Coulter, Mike Gallagher Show, WDTK, 6/3/15.

[12]             Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity Show, Premiere Radio Networks, 6/1/15.

[13]             Ann Coulter, Joe Piscopo Show, WNYM, 6/5/15.

[14]             Ann Coulter, “Ann Coulter Exposes The Illegal Immigration Cabal,” Conservative Book Club interview, http://www.conservativebookclub.com/ann-coulter-exposes-the-illegal-immigration-cabal/.

[15]             Ann Coulter, The Blaze, 6/3/15.

[16]             Ann Coulter, Ricochet, 6/4/15.

[17]             Ann Coulter, The Blaze, 6/3/15.

[18]             Ann Coulter, “Most GOP Champions Are Immigration Sellouts,” Daily Caller, 6/2/15, http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Bnrg13BJTcgJ:dailycaller.com/2015/06/02/most-gop-champions-are-immigration-sellouts/1/.

[19]             See Case Study # 6: “Romney v. Everyone Else,” Propaganda: Orwell in the Age of Ann Coulter, 2014, available as a free download at www.coulterwatch.com/propaganda.pdf.

[20]             Ann Coulter, America with Jorge Ramos, Fusion, 5/26/15.

[21]             Ann Coulter, Mike Gallagher Show, WDTK, 6/3/15.

[22]             Ann Coulter, The Blaze, 6/3/15.

[23]             Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity Show, Premiere Radio Networks, 5/21/15.

[24]             Ann Coulter, interview at KSU, Kennesaw, GA 4/22/15.

[25]             Ann Coulter, Mark Simone Show, WOR, 5/7/15.

[26]             Ann Coulter, Hannity, FNC, 1/12/15.

[27]             See “Delusional – New Ann Coulter Book” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-3z.

[28]             Coulter is so confused! Palin was a successful governor!

[29]             Ann Coulter, Red Eye, FNC, 6/6/15.

[30]             Ann Coulter, interview at KSU, Kennesaw, GA 4/22/15.

[31]             See “Coulter Discovers RINOs will be … RINOs” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-56.

[32]             Ann Coulter, Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third World Hellhole, Regnery, 2015, pg. 276.

[33]             Ann Coulter, quoted by Lloyd Grove, “Coulter Hates ‘the Browning of America,’” Daily Beast, 5/26/15.

[34]             See “Remembering Reagan” at http://t.co/GYAescwhYa.

[35]             Ann Coulter, Eric Metaxas Show, Salem Media Group, 6/4/15.

[36]             Ibid.

[37]             Ann Coulter, Ricochet, 6/4/15.

[38]             Ann Coulter, Eric Metaxas Show, Salem Media Group, 6/4/15.

[39]             Ibid.

[40]             Ibid.

[41]             Ann Coulter, Ben Shapiro Show, KTTH, 6/5/15.

[42]             Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity Show, Premiere Radio Networks, 6/9/15.

[43]             Ann Coulter, Eric Metaxas Show, Salem Media Group, 6/4/15.

[44]             See “Ann Coulter – Smartest Person in the World” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-59.

[45]             See Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory, 2012, available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/vanity.pdf.

[46]             Ann Coulter, Ricochet, 6/4/15.

[47]             Ann Coulter, Garrison, WIBC, 6/8/15.

[48]             See Never Trust Ann Coulter – at ANY Age, 2013, available as a free download at www.coulterwatch.com/never.pdf.

[49]             Ann Coulter, America with Jorge Ramos, Fusion, 5/26/15.

[50]             See “Coulter, Simply Offensive” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-5i.

[51]             Ann Coulter, The Blaze, 6/3/15.

[52]             Coulter almost single-handedly (and, certainly, single-mindedly) foisted Romney on an unwilling Republican electorate, only to see his decisive loss. In denying that he was less than an ideal candidate, Coulter can thereby deny her part in Obama’s reelection. See Case Study # 7: “Mitt Romney – Ideal Candidate,” Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory, available as a free download at www.coulterwatch.com/vanity.pdf.

[53]             Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham Show, 6/3/15.

[54]             Ann Coulter, Joe Piscopo Show, WNYM, 6/5/15.

[55]             Ann Coulter, Howie Carr Show, WRKO, 3/31/14.

[56]             Ann Coulter, Boston Herald Drive, 6/4/15.

[57]             See “Coulter Dictates” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-3E.

[58]             Ann Coulter, Boston Herald Drive, 6/4/15.

[59]             Ann Coulter, Ricochet, 6/4/15.

[60]             Ann Coulter, Boston Herald Drive, 6/4/15.

[61]             Ann Coulter, Ricochet, 6/4/15.

[62]             Ann Coulter, Hannity, FNC, 5/11/5.

[63]             See “Remembering Reagan” at http://t.co/GYAescwhYa.

[64]             Ann Coulter, Ricochet, 6/4/15.

[65]             Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham Show, 6/3/15.

[66]             Ibid.

[67]             See “Putin = Hitler? Yes!” at http://t.co/czfFgLNzmx.

[68]             See “OK Beheading? Must be Tea Party Christians!” at http://t.co/JeE8yIckeC.

[69]             Ann Coulter, Joyce Kaufman Show, WFTL, 5/8/15.

[70]             Ann Coulter, “Knowing What We Know Now, Would You Say Jeb Bush is Retarded?” 5/20/15.

[71]             See “Coulter’s Iraq War Nonsense” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-6j.

[72]             Ann Coulter, Garrison, WIBC, 6/8/15.

[73]             Interview.

[74]             Ann Coulter, “Ramos Can Stay, But Matt Lauer Has to Go,” 5/27/15.

[75]             Ann Coulter, Eric Metaxas Show, Salem Media Group, 6/4/15.

[76]             See “Chapter 11: The Beauty of Conservatism,” The Beauty of Conservatism, 2011, available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/beauty.pdf.

[77]             See “Chapter 2: Presidential Follies,” Never Trust Ann Coulter – at ANY Age, 2013, available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/never.pdf.

[78]             See “Case Study # 6: Romney v. Everyone Else,” Propaganda: Orwell in the Age of Ann Coulter, 2014, available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/propaganda.pdf.

[79]             Ann Coulter, Boston Herald Drive, 6/4/15.

[80]             Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity Show, Premiere Radio Networks, 5/21/15.

[81]             Ann Coulter, quoted by Lloyd Grove, “Coulter Hates ‘the Browning of America,’” Daily Beast, 5/26/15.

[82]             Ann Coulter, interview at KSU, Kennesaw, GA 4/22/15.

[83]             Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham Show, 6/3/15.

[84]             Sean Hannity, Sean Hannity Show, Premiere Radio Networks, 3/4/15.

[85]               Ann Coulter, Alan Colmes Show, Fox News, 7/10/15.

[86]               Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity Show, Premiere Radio Networks, 9/14/15.

[87]              Ann Coulter, tweet, 10/8/15, 11:56 a.m.

[88]              Ann Coulter, tweet, 10/21/15, 6:36 p.m.

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