“I’ve turned against [Carly Fiorina] as of yesterday with the hot, hot hate of a thousand suns.”
So said Ann Coulter on today’s Mike Gallagher Show.
Asked for her rationale for such an absurd statement, Coulter explained, “At first, I admit I was suspicious because I hate this, ‘Oh, a woman can talk, oh, isn’t that’s great?’”
Yes, Fox News’ preferred political analyst, Ann Coulter, claims Fiorina has risen to the prominence she has is solely because she is a woman who can talk? (Isn’t Coulter on Fox because she can talk?)
Fiorina has acquitted herself very well in defense of Conservatism and of America, so this dismissal of Fiorina as just a woman who can talk is utterly repulsive.
Nevertheless, Coulter continued her misogynist train of thought, claiming,
“But I just hate this affirmative action among Republicans. Look, Republicans, you’re very sweet people. I love that you’re trying to promote someone because, ‘oh, oh, oh, it’s a woman,’ but, women can talk! It’s not breaking news.”
Who is trying to promote Fiorina because she’s a woman? And Coulter would actually approve of that if it were true? Is Coulter really claiming conservatives are employing Hillary’s “I Am Woman, Elect Me” paradigm?
But Coulter’s claim is not true (as is true of so many of her claims). Coulter’s defamation of Fiorina is but the latest in a very long series of defamatory attacks Coulter has made against Republicans who oppose Coulter’s preferred candidates.
Why attack Fiorina today? Because Fiorina dared to criticize “the magnificent Donald Trump Immigration Plan,” specifically his proposal regarding anchor babies.
As a consequence, Coulter hates Fiorina “with the hot, hot hate of a thousand suns.”
Does that make any sense to you?
Perhaps Coulter really is gaga after all.
See also “Coulter Belittles Carson and Fiorina – as a black and a woman” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-9L.