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