An exasperated Ann Coulter recently lamented, “Our candidate is mental. Do you realize our candidate is mental?”
In a recent interview with Milo Yiannopoulos, Coulter peevishly confessed, “I’m a little testy with, with, with our man right now.”
Why? Because his “lowbrow” politics and performance degenerated into a series of hateful tweets attacking Heidi Cruz. Coulter was “ticked off at last night’s tweet,” claiming it “is the worst thing he’s done” (that’s saying something!) and also indefensible to boot.
Still, Coulter defends her man. “I love him so much on immigration,” she said, asserting, “He’s the only one who’s gonna build a wall.”
Tired of defending Trump’s bullying and boorish behavior, Coulter asked Trump to “please stop testing our patience on the rest of this stuff.” Indeed, Coulter joked, “I wanna take him to a urologist and get electrodes inserted into what is apparently a very large schlong, and whenever he does something like this I wanna have the button.”
This is the best candidate Coulter could find?
Will Trump Build a Wall?
But is Coulter right? Will Trump build a wall? Is Trump the best candidate on immigration and border security?
The facts say otherwise.
As I and others have pointed out, Trump is a fraud and his positions on immigration and border security are, by his own admission, flexible. Moreover, Trump’s stances on a whole range of issues mirror those of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Coulter’s fierce support for Trump is seemingly based solely on her perception that Trump is the only candidate who is right on the issue most important to her – immigration – and, therefore, she hates all of the other GOP candidates.
Even though a Trump nomination would spell doom for Conservatism and America, Coulter still sees him as her only hope.
But why would Coulter trust Trump on immigration and border security when he has proven himself a fraud in every other area of life?
Who Will Build a Wall?
Trump first spoke of building a wall when he announced his candidacy last summer. Cruz, on the other hand, actually introduced legislation to do so in 2013.
Despite his rhetoric, Trump has always favored amnesty (touchback deportation). Cruz, however, has held consistent views. From 2012 through 2016, Cruz has sought to build a wall and secure the border, oppose amnesty, eliminate sanctuary cities, and enforce existing laws.
Cruz’s lifelong love of, and fidelity to, the Constitution puts most of Congress to shame. He is a warrior for the Constitution and Liberty, the perfect antidote to a lawless regime which wields a pen and a phone to circumvent both the Constitution and the will of the People.
Will Coulter endorse the one candidate who will keep his word on border security and preservation of national sovereignty – Ted Cruz – or will she continue to be a shill for Donald Trump, who, in her own words, is “lowbrow,” a liar, and a fraud?
[For greater insight into Coulter’s rationale and worldview, as well as how she manipulates her audience, see Propaganda: Orwell in the Age of Ann Coulter.]