Christian evangelical Ann Coulter loves profanity. She uses it both privately and publicly. She has even been bleeped during on-air interviews.
Coulter shouted “Fuck you” to a blogger covering one of her speeches. She told a reporter, “saying ‘Merry Christmas’ is like saying ‘Fuck you!’ I’ve said it to everyone.”
In yet another interview, Coulter exclaimed, “Can you imagine the Irish or Italians or Germans saying that to our country back at the turn of the century? ‘No! Fuck you! You came to our country. Learn our ways!’”
Euphemisms figure prominently in Coulter’s lexicon, substituting “effing” to characterize and demonize individuals and entire groups of people.
One too many anti-Semitic tweets prompted her banishment from Fox News and other conservative outlets. Her attempts to rationalize her anti-Semitism failed miserably. Coulter claimed “effing Jews” referred to quantity and not quality; that, in fact, it was sort of an endearment.
But Coulter is an Equal Opportunity Offender, going out of her way to be offensive. She blithely employs her “effing” endearment to others, including Arabs. Contradicting her cultivated sense of refinement, Coulter argues, “I promise you out-of-work steel workers could not give two f***s.”
Coulter prides herself on her Buckleyesque language skills. Vulgarity diminishes, rather than enhances, her message. It also offers up a window into her heart.
 Ann Coulter, quoted by Lloyd Grove, “Coulter Hates ‘the Browning of America,’” Daily Beast, 5/26/15.