In a scant five hours, “journalist” Ann Coulter made two massive blunders.
Coulter is often very shallow, with little depth. She is superficial, not substantive. She often makes snap judgments and reaches simplistic conclusions based on a superficial look. Remember: Coulter famously said that she could solve America’s immigration crisis using Tinder!
Coulter’s first blunder was a retweet about the Bail Project nonprofit. Coulter falsely claims,
“It’s almost all women in that picture. Men need to marry women to keep them out of politics.”
Problem number one: There are at least 15 men in that photo.
Problem number two: Two of Coulter’s political heroines are Margaret Thatcher and Phyllis Schlafly, both of whom were political leaders and married mothers. In fact, Coulter wrote a lengthy obituary for Schlafly. (Perhaps Ann simply forgot. The aging process will do that.)
Coulter is merely perpetuating her two-plus-decades long jihad against the 19th Amendment and assault on women in general (“girl” cops, “girl” soldiers) and liberal women in particular (whom she regularly depicts as fat, ugly, and stupid).
Coulter’s second blunder was a retweet of a New York Times article (Zelensky Answers Hamlet) in which she, again, erroneously claims,
“It’s disturbing to see how many Americans can be easily whipped into a frenzy or hate or adoration.”
The problem: The photo depicts British Parliament, where the events of the story take place.
Coulter was once a Congressional aide, but now she mistakes Parliament for Congress?
Ann Coulter is increasingly having difficulty in differentiating between fact and fiction, largely due to her Trump Derangement Syndrome and her insistence that everyone who disagrees with her about anything is wrong or evil.
Why is Ann Coulter, who prides herself on doing her own research, so derelict in discerning the facts which are so blatantly self-evident in the photos and articles she retweets? That she actually does not read beforehand what she tweets about is becoming more obvious by the day.