Nativist Ann Coulter is the high priestess of the Alt-Right and arguably Donald Trump’s most senior advisor.
Coulter’s tweets, on the eve of the election, decisively demonstrate both her nativism and her lack of logic.
Ann Coulter (10:42 p.m.): If only people with at least 4 grandparents born in America were voting, Trump would win in a 50-state landslide.
Coulter’s argument is entirely race-based. She desires racial homogeneity. She has long sought to restore a (white) WASP America.
Erin McCormick (11:09 p.m.): “At LEAST four grandparents” it’s physically impossible to have more than four though?
Confronted with a linguistic error, Coulter proffered her own explanation of the meaning of “is.”
Ann Coulter (11:12 p.m.): There’s 8 great grandparents, 16 great-great grandparents, etc.
Yes, she explained what she meant of tweet. Her explanation further solidifies her intent toward racial (white) homogeneity.
witch docta (11:13 p.m.): Trump couldn’t even vote for himself because his mother was born in Scotland you past-ripe banana lookin bitch
Confronted with a quandary arising because Trump himself is a second-generation immigrant, Coulter claimed that fact to be irrelevant.
Ann Coulter (11:24 p.m.): So what? You are like “Politifact,” citing irrelevancies as if they detract from blinding truth of my statement.
What is the “blinding truth of” her original tweet? That real Americans – those who ancestors date back several generations as native-born Americans – would vote Trump, who “would win in a 50-state landslide.”
First, “real Americans” wouldn’t vote for Trump, a candidate who eschews the Constitution, the rule of law, Christianity, and American principles and ideals.
Second, Trump – and Trump alone – is the only “Republican” presidential candidate who could possibly lose to Hillary Clinton.
[A new book, #NeverTrump: Coulter’s Alt-Right Utopia, sheds some light on the #Only Trump movement and its Alt-Right constituency. It is now available on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M9JQU7Q/.]