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.