Coulter’s Perfect Storm
The Perfect Storm dramatized the real-life story of a sword-fishing crew caught in “the storm of the century,”) created by the confluence of weather conditions creating the perfect storm. Many Republicans desperately sought to find the Perfect Storm (scandal) to finally bring down President Clinton, otherwise known as the Comeback Kid and Slick Willy, for his ability to evade responsibility for any number of scandals and imbroglios. With the Lewinsky scandal, conservatives thought they had discovered their political Perfect Storm.
In the midst of “serious” Clinton-administration scandals, Paula Jones’ story of sexual harassment by then-Governor Bill Clinton seemed more a nuisance than anything else.
Jones claimed her reputation had been damaged and she sought an out-of-court settlement to escape the limelight. (Jones: “I wanted this case settled. I always wanted this case settled.”)
Enter the Elves
Right-wing hatred of Bill and Hillary Clinton began long before Clinton’s first inaugural. Joe Conason and Gene Lyons documented what they regard as a ten-year campaign by the Right to bring down the Clinton administration. Hillary Clinton exaggerated the extent of that campaign with her almost paranoid perception of a Vast Right Wing Conspiracy.
The elves were a “secret clique of lawyers in their thirties … [who] were deeply involved for five years in the Paula Jones lawsuit … Ms. Jones never knew they worked on her behalf.” The elves began their work in the early 90s. George Conway, Richard Porter and Jerome Marcus formed the core of the conspiratorial group, searching out Clinton scandals to exploit and using their legal expertise and political connections to good advantage.
It is almost certain that Coulter was privy to their activities while on the periphery of the circle of elves during the mid-90s. At a critical juncture in the summer of 1997, Ann Coulter entered the fray, providing clandestine behind-the-scenes legal services for Jones. The secrecy, apparently, was for Coulter’s sake because she reportedly feared the disapproval of her law firm, the Center for Individual Rights.
By then, she had become a key conspirator and major player since she alone, of all the elves, spoke at length with Jones and then, in early 1998, enabled her close friend, Jim Moody, to become Linda Tripp’s attorney. Coulter later joked about the conspiracy, “I’m ticked off the Federalist Society is getting all the credit for this conspiracy – it should be the Dead.”
Coulter’s involvement with both the Paula Jones sexual harassment case against Bill Clinton and Linda Tripp’s taped conversations with Monica Lewinsky would prove crucial to not only undermining the Clinton agenda and tarnishing the Clinton legacy, but would also provide the impetus for impeachment of the President and, not coincidentally, provide Coulter with her first best-seller.
Getting the President
Coulter’s unbridled hatred for feminism reached fever pitch with her 1991 unpublished essay for National Review. Her enmity eventually expanded to include all liberals, especially Bill and Hillary Clinton. Like many conservatives during the mid-90s, Coulter viewed the Clinton presidency as illegitimate, and, like many conservatives, Coulter wanted that presidency to end. Coulter’s soon-to-become close friend, Rush Limbaugh, often spoke of “America Held Hostage” and his show featured a daily countdown to freedom. To them, the two-term Clinton presidency was a fluke (at best) or the product of a liberal media conspiracy (at worst).
At the very time Coulter was writing her Human Life Review essay attacking Supreme Court Justice Brennan for his misogyny, she was secretly “helping” Paula Jones in her sexual harassment lawsuit against President Clinton. Coulter’s help proved disastrous for Jones and her family. In the end, Coulter would harm Jones more than Clinton had allegedly done – all because her end (“get the president”) justified the means (destroying Jones’ life).
As it turned out, Coulter’s goal was not to represent her client but to “get the president.” Consequently, after Coulter gained possession of incendiary information – namely, the specific nature of Clinton’s “distinguishing characteristics” which Jones claimed to be able to identify – Coulter vigorously leaked those details to the press for the express purpose of sabotaging Jones’ delicate settlement negotiations. As Coulter herself admits: “We were terrified that Jones would settle. It was contrary to our purpose of bringing down the president.”
There was only one thing to do: scuttle the negotiations by planting a rumor – by disclosing secret attorney-client privileged information. Just as Coulter’s legal assistance to Jones was secret, as was her planted story, again to protect Coulter, not Jones.
To preclude settlement, Coulter approached numerous media outlets to leak a rumor that Clinton was afflicted with Peyronie’s Disease. Coulter was furious with those media outlets which declined to publish her rumor, and she was elated at its exposure on the Drudge Report. From that point on, Coulter and Drudge would become close friends.
Coulter aggressively promoted her rumor, eventually finding fertile soil in the print media (Newsday), on talk radio (Don Imus) and on national TV (Rivera Live). Even the Washington Times reported the rumor. Coulter’s anonymously-released rumor hit the front pages of the nation’s newspapers: “The New York Post ran a one-page story of the ‘distinguishing characteristics.’ So did the Washington Times, complete with Paula Jones’ diagnosis as to what caused the distinction.”
That rumor definitively scuttled any chance of an out-of-court settlement between President Clinton and his alleged victim. Coulter took pride in anonymously exposing the rumor (and later using this published rumor she planted as source material) in order to thwart the legal efforts of Paula Jones’ attorneys. As Coulter explained, “I thought if I leaked the distinguishing characteristic it would show bad faith in negotiations. Bob Bennett would think Jones had leaked it. Cammaratta would know he himself hadn’t leaked it and would get mad at Bennett. It might stall negotiations.”
Even Jones’ own actual attorney, Joseph Cammaratta, was unaware of Coulter’s involvement: “It was amazing to me to hear of her involvement with the case. I can’t remember hearing her name.” Coulter worked “behind the scenes as an advisor to [Paula] Jones’s strategists,” leaked the bombshell privileged information to the media, and then blamed the Jones’ genuine legal team for its release.
“Most women I know want further details on this DPC [Distinguishing Personal Characteristics]. We don’t actually know that it was Peyronie’s Disease, this was just a little tangent that Paula Jones’ earlier lawyers went on to. All she said was that it was slightly bent. So there’s my last parting comment because that’s what women really want to know most about from what I can tell.”
“Ken Starr with 30 million dollars and the top prosecutors in the country hasn’t been able to lay a finger on Clinton, and poor little picked on Paula Jones has completely destroyed him and humiliated him.”
Author Joe Conason later clarified matters for Geraldo Rivera, saying,
“The official Paula Jones lawyers – Gil Davis and Joe Cammaratta, whom you’ve had on this program – did want to settle. It was the secret Paula Jones lawyers – George Conway, and others, including Ann Coulter, who’s been on here many times – who did their best to sabotage the settlement.”
Consequences of Conspiracy
In a speech earlier that year, “Coulter further made her case that Jones was wronged, not only by the President, but also by ‘the media, lawyers, and feminists.’” Pardon me, but Coulter – as a member of the media, while a lawyer, and being a post-feminist – certainly wronged Jones.
As a result of the sabotaged negotiations, Jones reluctantly went to court, the Lewinsky scandal erupted, and Jones’ life was radically altered. Rather than receiving the settlement she so desperately desired, Jones entered media hell and gained a fractured family. Coulter, however, benefited, later boasting that she “got a bestseller out of it.” Meanwhile, Jones remained in media hell.
But why would Coulter care? She never cared about Jones! This came sharply into focus when Coulter exclaimed, “I love the facts about this case.” And then gleefully recounted the specifics of the Jones’ lawsuit – even having memorized the paragraph numbers of the lawsuit. Others would have been horrified at the facts of her case – not “loved” them.
One might expect outrage over a sexual assault, or righteous indignation over abuse of power. Instead, Coulter’s face, voice and body language exulted in pure joy. (Empathy for Jones was absent; present, instead, was exultation and anticipated victory over the Clintons.)
Hypocritically, the elves’ secret machinations ultimately led to the public humiliation of both Jones (their client) and Tripp (their other client, whose tapes they unscrupulously obtained). In the name of preserving the “rule of law” (their refrain throughout the Clinton presidency), they willfully violated attorney-client confidentiality.
In the name of vindicating Jones’ reputation, they propelled her to public ridicule, then, once their purposes had been served, Coulter condemned Jones as “trailer park trash” – the very charge the elves were purportedly repudiating at the outset.
In the end, the elves surreptitiously shaped history and irreparably transformed America’s political and cultural landscape. As Coulter would put it:
“I do think [Tripp is] a great American hero. We never would have found out about the corruption and illegality at the very top of the government but for Linda Tripp. If you imagine what the world would be like if Linda Tripp hadn’t kept those tapes – a very different world.”
Despite the murkiness of their secretive shenanigans, sufficient details exist within the public sphere to gain a good grasp of their activities. Certainly, these affairs offer a glimpse into their character – so much so that Coulter would later gloat over her own involvement.
Ann Coulter, “attorney and self-admitted anti-Clinton elf,” styles herself as the consummate champion of the weak and voiceless, citing her clandestine aid to Paula Jones as evidence. As it turns out, Coulter’s service was self-serving, not selfless, and the beneficiary of her help became impoverished, not enriched.
For details about the Machiavellian machinations of the secret cabal against Bill Clinton, see Case Study #1: Oh, Paula (Jones)! in Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory at http://bit.ly/1M2z2O5.
 Paula Jones, Rivera Live, CNBC, 10/25/00.
 Joe Conason and Gene Lyons, The Hunting of the President: The Ten-Year Campaign to Destroy Bill and Hillary Clinton, St. Martin’s Griffin, 2000.
 New York Times, 1/24/99.
 Michael Isikoff and Evan Thomas, “The Secret War,” Newsweek, 2/9/98, pg. 43.
 David Daley, “Ann Coulter: lights all shining on her,” Hartford Courant, 6/25/99.
 Michael Isikoff, Uncovering Clinton: A Reporter’s Story, Crown, 1998, pg. 183.
 F.J. Murray, “Is This The President’s ‘Distinguishing Characteristic?’” Washington Times, 10/15/97.
 Mary McGrory, “’Distinguishing’ Journalism,” 11/6/97.
 Ann Coulter, Hartford Courant, 6/25/99.
 Author interview.
 Mary Jacoby, “The Pundettes,” Capital Style, December 1997.
 Ann Coulter, Vantage Points: Issues for Women, Amazon City Radio, 12/5/97.
 Joe Conason, Rivera Live, CNBC, 3/15/00.
 Rivera Live, CNBC, 11/16/98.
 Ann Coulter, MSNBC, 6/7/97.
 Ann Coulter, Rivera Live, CNBC, 5/24/00.
 Geraldo Rivera, Rivera Live, CNBC, 6/7/00.
Is the often brilliant Ann Coulter scatterbrained? One could arguably say so.
Indeed, for over two decades, Coulter has suffered from cognitive dissonance and the negative consequences of addictive thinking.
In it, Coulter simultaneously condemns the dismantling of Confederate “antiquities,” which she calls part of her history, while taking pride in her Presbyterian ancestors who were abolitionists fighting for the Union against slavery. Cognitive dissonance.
Her essay title: Gray Lives Matter.
Gray = Confederate, not Union.
Coulter has insisted that everyone should listen to her yet has admitted that she’s bad at making predictions. Indeed, she has come to loathe every presidential candidate she endorsed or campaigned for.
Once ardently pro-life, Coulter abandoned the pro-life movement for personal and political purposes.
To further understand Coulter’s wacky worldview and why she takes such contradictory positions at the very same time, see Joker: Ann Coulter Unplugged at https://bit.ly/2TttHtF.
 BLUE Lives Matter would have championed both the Union and law enforcement.
Ann Coulter’s column this week confirms what I have been saying for years: Coulter believes America belongs to her!
Hence her being the authority on who a real American is.
Hence her obsession with immigration and blindness to the chaos of the Biden administration (which she blames on Trump).
Here’s necessary context for Coulter’s column. Because the world revolves around Coulter, the American Identity revolves around Coulter’s family.
Coulter’s views on race, immigration, and foreign policy must be strictly adhered to or you will be denounced as a traitor. Trump’s failure – in her eyes – to pursue her agenda for America First fostered her hatred for Trump.
So much so that Coulter trashed Trump despite Trump’s triumphs for peace and prosperity, even going so far as to demand his second impeachment for yet another hoax and witch hunt.
Coulter’s Narcissistic Column
Coulter began her column, writing:
“My ancestors were Presbyterian abolitionists who fought on the Union side, but I get really ticked off when imbeciles take a sledgehammer to my country’s history.”
Coulter lauds her perfect WASP ancestors fighting against slavery, calling it “my country’s history.” (Ironically, her ancestors also owned slaves.)
Coulter continued, defending Robert E. Lee:
“Never has a civil war ended with such love between the former enemies. That’s our history, our country, our war — North and South, black and white.”
Coulter then segued to bashing immigrants and blaming them for the carnage (without citing any evidence):
“No, the moving force behind this frenzied destruction of American history isn’t black people suddenly offended by monuments that have been around for a century; it’s pushy newcomers, bitter that their ancestors had nothing to do with the creation of this country. After other people’s ancestors carved a nation out of the wilderness, they just kind of showed up. Now they go around obliterating anything that reminds them that this country was up and running long before they got here.”
Are these so-called “pushy newcomers” really the ones trashing America? Where’s her proof?
Coulter again defended the Confederacy while undercutting her own argument:
“America’s leading hate group, the Southern Poverty Law Center, titles its report on Confederate symbols ‘Whose Heritage? Public Symbols of the Confederacy.’ Yes, exactly, it’s not their heritage, so it must be destroyed. My ancestors fought on the Union side, but they were involved, and it matters to me.”
Coulter again confuses the Confederacy with the United States, even though she repeatedly tells us her ancestors fought for the Union.
“MSNBC’s smirking Chris Hayes can get weepy about some ancient Roman ruin, and Rachel Maddow about a building in Warsaw, but I care about my history. These savages are smashing and graffitiing my antiquities.”
Coulter is rightly upset over cultural Marxism and the toppling of statues and monuments by people whom she calls “savages.” Are Confederate statues and monuments really Ann’s “history” and her “antiquities”?
Ann Coulter was at the epicenter of a secret cabal whose sole purpose was to bring down the Clinton presidency.
Why? Coulter passionately hated the Clintons.
Ann Coulter – Hater!
Coulter adored John McCain before she despised him.
Coulter loved George W. Bush before she hated him.
Coulter worshiped Donald Trump before she detested him.
Before them, Coulter hated Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Coulter on Bill Clinton
On MSNBC, 9/22/96:
“Bill Clinton is smarmy and slick and he really comes of well with people who are looking for government to be their mother or father.”
On MSNBC, 9/28/96:
“Bill Clinton is an incredibly unpopular president for a lot of reasons. He is up to his ears in financial problems, in murders all over the White House and in his background. This whole CIA and the drug deal brings up Mena, Arkansas and the drugs coming back on CIA flights into Mena.”
“It is peculiar how many people have died around President Clinton, from the wife of his security guard to his roommate at Oxford, Vince Foster.”
“Well, the odd thing about this – no, what I’m suggesting is with these people anything is possible. Nobody can just say ‘Oh, well, that’s preposterous!’ Anything is possible with him.”
On MSNBC, 10/6/96:
“smarmy Bill Clinton … Oprah-style of feeling everybody’s pain.”
On Politically Incorrect, 10/17/96:
“I think it’s clear [Bill and Hillary] loathe and detest one another, and this is political expediency.”
On Equal Time, 7/24/97:
“Bill Clinton has a 64 percent approval rating, something he’s never been able to get in the only public opinion poll that really counts, an election. He can’t even get 50 percent of the vote, but suddenly, 14 percent, after all these fund-raising scandals, love Bill Clinton. They’ve changed their mind. They didn’t vote for him two times in a row. I’m sorry, I don’t believe the media’s polls any more than I believe their impression of Newt Gingrich.”
“Well, except that, and Clinton would be lucky to have the American people believe that he’s only doing what the Republicans have been accused of, and that’s doing something legal that they’re claiming sort of looks bad. We have actual illegal activity under the current laws. The most you can say about Haley Barbour is money came in to a non-profit organization.”
On MSNBC, 2/9/97:
“It is more preposterous to say that when an 18-year-old girl is unconscious on a bed and her employer pulls a Bill Clinton move – raping an unconscious woman – and the judge has to say ‘Well, oh, this is the dream of a lot of males, honestly, to have an unconscious woman on a bed,’ I mean, you can’t say this is people not understanding domestic violence.”
After the commercial break:
“OK, [Bill Clinton] wasn’t accused of raping Paula Jones.”
On Hardball, 6/4/97:
“[Bill Clinton] routed S&L’s to fund his campaigns and political activities. That’s one sentence. That explains [the Whitewater scandal]. … He, through a series of deals took, took money illegally, defrauded the government.”
Coulter on Hillary Clinton
On MSNBC, 11/30/96:
“I couldn’t be happier if [Hillary Clinton] were put in charge of welfare reform. A highly-placed Democratic official was quoted in the New York Times yesterday that would be the kiss of death for any liberal welfare reform, so I must say I think it’s an excellent idea.”
“I think the President does sort of owe her. I mean, I think she has the goods on him. She’s kept her mouth quiet, she’s stood by him, and, ‘Oh, well, we’ve had our problems but I’m standing by my man.’ I, I, I think he, he, he cannot keep denying her like this.”
“And, so far her expertise in policy … She was elected to nothing, she was appointed to nothing, she was not nominated, she didn’t go through the Senate hearing, and she was put in charge of completely redesigning 1/6th of the American economy in, I think, a somewhat arrogant way for the entire administration and not just Hillary, but her personality didn’t help.”
“I think it’s just appalling the way she keeps hiding behind the fact that she is a woman. It has absolutely nothing to do with her being a woman.”
“She is constantly raising the fact that the reason she is being attacked is because she is a woman. No, it’s because her ideas are stupid. They were rejected. She assumed too much power.”
[This is the second in a multi-part series providing background and undisclosed details related to the impeachment of Bill Clinton.]
For details about the Machiavellian machinations of the secret cabal against Bill Clinton, see Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory at http://bit.ly/1M2z2O5.
- Case Study #1: Oh, Paula (Jones)
- Case Study # 2: (Linda) TRIPPed Up
Ann Coulter was part of a secret cabal which she adroitly called “a small, tightly-knit conspiracy.” The conspirators, whom Coulter impishly called “elves,” sought to bring down the Clinton presidency.
That was their sole goal: The demise of Bill Clinton’s presidency.
The conspirators, with Coulter as the crucial connection, were involved in both the Paula Jones lawsuit against Bill Clinton and the disposition of tapes of Monica Lewinsky secretly recorded by Linda Tripp. They sought to destroy Clinton’s presidency, but they also sought to keep their involvement totally secret, for reasons which will become apparent in the course of this series of columns.
But it gets one thing wrong: “After Paula Jones filed her lawsuit, Coulter became an unpaid legal advisor on the case, working for Jones’ head lawyer Joseph Cammarata writing legal briefs.”
In reality, Cammarata knew nothing about the involvement of Coulter and the other elves in the Jones case. In fact, the elves actively sought to undermine an out-of-court settlement that Jones desperately desired. And they sought to do so under a cloak of darkness.
Newsweek also reports that George Conway (one of the elves) enlisted his friend, Coulter, into the cabal.
And it was Coulter who personally sabotaged the Jones case by leaking attorney-client privileged information to the press. Why? She said:
“I thought if I leaked the distinguishing characteristic it would show bad faith in negotiations. [Clinton lawyer] Bob Bennett would think Jones had leaked it. Cammarata would know he himself hadn’t leaked it and would get mad at Bennett. It might stall negotiations enough for me to get through to [Jones adviser] Susan Carpenter-McMillan to tell her that I thought settling would hurt Paula, that this would ruin her reputation, and that there were other lawyers working for her.”
As reported by Michael Isikofff, the elves "were terrified that Jones would settle. It was contrary to our purpose of bringing down the President."
Coulter recommended her close friend, Jim Moody, to act as attorney for Linda Tripp. Despite the conflict of interest, Moody gave Tripp’s tape to Coulter. Tripp, who never authorized Coulter to hear those tapes, testified that she heard rumors that Coulter had copied those tapes. According to the IOC, one or more of those tapes may have been tampered with. By whom?
Remember: Coulter boasted that she “got a bestseller out of it.” Indeed, impeachment skyrocketed Coulter to stardom.
Later, Coulter claimed that it was all for Paula Jones’ benefit and not to “get the President!”
[This is the first in a multi-part series providing background and undisclosed details related to the impeachment of Bill Clinton.]
See Case Study #1: Oh, Paula (Jones) in Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory at http://bit.ly/1M2z2O5.
2020 has been a pivotal year for provocateur Ann Coulter. She has always prided herself on being a conservative Christian. Coulter once worshiped Donald Trump. In recent years she has despised him.
Much of Coulter’s recent commentary is, frankly, delusional.
In January, Coulter demanded that the Senate convict Trump of (a phony) impeachment … in exchange for a wall!
Despite the utter chaos precipitated by the Biden administration, Coulter blames Trump!
Millions of illegals stream across our southern border and Coulter blames Trump – even though Trump solved the problem and Biden reversed all of Trump’s policies.
Somehow Trump is to blame for everything Biden does: explosion of crime in Democrat-run cities, Americans killed by immigrants or first- or second-generation Americans (they’re all the same to Coulter), and, now, Afghan refugees fleeing the collapse of Afghanistan and craven and cowardly capitulation of the war on terror by Biden – which Coulter fiercely lauds!
Coulter not only denies the tragic reality of what has transpired in Afghanistan and the deeply enhanced threat of terrorism against America, but she also totally disregards the tragic deaths of thirteen American heroes and the plight of thousands of Americans and American allies trapped behind terrorist enemy lines (as well as Christians who are being hunted down and tortured).
Coulter defends Biden’s debacle with Democrat talking points, using various straw man arguments. Yes, Americans wanted out of Afghanistan, but, no, they did not want a massacre and empowerment of our terrorist enemies!
Huh? In the midst of the unravelling of political order across the globe and within the United States, Coulter continues to blame Trump and pleads for a wall. (By the way, Trump already built one.)
Joker: Ann Coulter Unplugged explains why Coulter has become so bizarre and even more so as time goes on.
Biden’s debacle in Afghanistan has revealed something stunning: Ann Coulter loves America but hates Americans.
Biden calls his exit strategy an “extraordinary success” and Coulter agrees with him!
Moreover, Coulter repeatedly lauds Biden’s ignominious retreat from Kabul as good, necessary, and brilliantly executed … all the while blaming Trump for not getting out of Afghanistan. (Ann must have loved the Bay of Pigs!)
Here are some Coulter tweets. (Her column last week was about why we should have gotten out of Afghanistan years ago, but she did not address the lunacy of how we left!)
“The country has gone mad. I need a button on Twitter to mute tweets about Afghanistan. I DON’T CARE.”
In response to reports that Afghan Christians are facing a reign of terror by the Taliban, Coulter tweeted:
“IT’S LIKE SAIGON! TAHRIR SQUARE! THE IRANIAN REVOLUTION! But Kabul is safe enough for these two idiots to fly in on a “fact-finding” mission.”
“Instead of comparing 12 U.S. servicemen killed in Afghanistan vs. 4 killed in Niger, how about a word for the 49 Americans slaughtered in ORLANDO by the son of an Afghan immigrant?’
“It [Biden’s] was a magnificent speech for anyone not blinded by partisan politics or obsessed with sending Americans to die in forever wars all over the world.”
“Thank you, President Biden, for keeping a promise Trump made, but then abandoned when he got to office.”
“Trump REPEATEDLY demanded that we bring our soldiers home, but only President Biden had the balls to do it.”
Coulter is effectively a White House spokesperson parroting White House talking points and propagandistic narratives.
As the chaos in Kabul was unfolding, Coulter explicitly stated, “I DON’T CARE.” Later, Coulter lauded Biden for what was transpiring in Kabul. The death of 13 Americans elicited not one word of outrage or sympathy from Coulter. When Biden abandoned hundreds of Americans and perhaps thousands of Afghan allies to the whims of the Taliban, Coulter again praised Biden.
Coulter explicitly expressed apathy about genuine reports of Afghan Christians facing a “reign of terror.” I guess that Coulter is an “extraordinarily good Christian” like Biden’s retreat was an “extraordinary success.”
In the Real World
Rudyard Kipling observed, “Nothing is ever settled unless it is settled right.” THIS was not settled right and will ensure that terrorism is ascendant for a long time to come.
Combat veteran Pete Hegseth warned,
“What we’ve done is legitimize a terrorist state and given them the best equipment in the world.”
Rep. John Kennedy (R-LA) called Biden’s disastrous defeat in Kabul,
“It was the biggest terrorist victory since 9/11.”
CNN’s Clarissa Ward asked,
“If this isn’t failure, what does failure look like?”
But this time, the forces of Darkness – not Liberty – are prevailing.
Who will ever believe us, trust us, or fear us again? Can the United States be victorious against tyranny and terrorism, or has Biden's blunder doomed our future?
One thing’s for sure: Ann Coulter doesn’t care.