Ann Coulter Trashed Princess Diana Just Days After Her Death!

Ann Coulter passionately hated Princess Diana. She chose to trash the People’s Princess just days after her tragic death as the world grieved.

Why did Coulter trash Diana? For many reasons. Coulter viewed Diana as deficient as a human being because of her faults. Coulter couldn’t understand why so many people loved Diana. Coulter was jealous of the attention Diana got that she thought she herself deserved.

And Coulter could not discern Diana’s love and courage.

What did Coulter say about Diana?

It’s one thing to say, “Look, she had a difficult situation, it wasn’t her fault that Prince Charles walked out on her, and it wasn’t her fault that the paparazzi were following her around and catching her sleeping with all these useless playboys.” But you can’t say “We forgive her that” and “She’s a good mother.” You can’t have it both ways! What? You can’t! You’re saying you can be a round heel and a good mother? Her children knew she’s sleeping with all these men. That just seems to me, it’s the definition of “not a good mother.” … And it was well known the paparazzi were taking photos of her. She couldn’t hold back so the children wouldn’t know that she’s having premarital sex with some guy who doesn’t pay his debts to the 21 Club in New York?

Everyone’s incredibly mean to her. She’s the only good true person in her own version of her life and, maybe there were a lot of bad things that happened to her, but, boy is she paying them back now.”

Everyone! … It’s so unbelievable and so self-serving. She’s the only one who’s good and pure here. I mean, maybe she did have a tough life, but, boy, she’s getting her revenge: the Queen, her mother, her step-mother. She’s the only one who’s hurt and wounded.”

For details, see Chapter 2: The Cuckolding of Conscience in the Beauty of Conservatism at http://bit.ly/2a79k0j.

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