Ann Coulter prides herself on being a constitutional attorney, yet she gets so many things wrong!
Now, Coulter asserts that DC statehood is unconstitutional, but she was immediately proven wrong!
Nevertheless, Coulter doubled down, citing the exact same source as before. Coulter twice used her citation (Article 1, Sec. 8, Clause 17) which, like so many of her Endnotes in her second book, Slander, fails to prove her point.
Coulter has a very long history of fabricating junk law. She has lied about Supreme Court cases and nominees for over 25 years!
What is particularly striking about all of this is that Coulter regards herself as a constitutional attorney, is a former law clerk, was a Senate staffer for about a year, worked for less than a year as an attorney for the Center for Individual Rights, and was a legislative correspondent for Human Events for over two decades.
Moreover, Coulter lived in the District of Columbia for about five years (failing to pass the DC bar).
Despite all of this experience, Coulter does not understand the Constitution.
Joker: Ann Coulter Unplugged examines the psychological dysfunctions and character flaws which cause Coulter to say and do such bizarre things.