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.@AnnCoulter ‘s Worst Column – EVER!

Ann Coulter’s last column during the Trump presidency is arguably her worst column ever!

Jennifer O’Connell even used Coulter’s essay as representative of the bitter Trumper. O’Connell observed (emphasis added):

“As much as I can translate the stream of consciousness, Coulter is unhappy at Trump’s inaction and his family, among other things. It’s hilarious that she wrote an entire book in 2016: In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome! and did her usual, dim-witted fangirling on Fox News throughout the campaign and in the first year of his administration. Must have sold a lot of books.”

Now Coulter does her best to malign him and everyone in the administration at every turn, whether it’s over the way he handled border issues, Supreme Court nominations, COVID, or the election challenges. There is nothing that Trump can do to make up for her heartbreak. Coulter acts very much like a jilted lover, except she’s the one that did the jilting.”

In a beautifully-expressed but tragically-deranged column, #TDS-addled Never Trumper Ann Coulter vented her eternal enmity for Donald Trump and his family, and she again attacked Israel and Jews.

Orwellian Ministry of Truth

Coulter’s column was filled with malicious mendacity and a potpourri of petty (phony) polemics. Coulter – a lover of Orwell’s 1984 (a book she re-reads every year) – employs many of Big Brother’s techniques in her own work,[1] and, in this column, goes full-bore Ministry of Truth which the former Soviet Union’s Pravda would applaud!

At times, her words were exquisitely-penned, yet irrational and counter-factual (i.e., Ann lied).

Coulter, Anti-Jew, Anti-Israel

Coulter again launched an attack on Jews and Israel.[2]

Trump Incites Riot!

Coulter even joined the chorus of leftists with another big lie, that Trump incited a riot! Notice her derision toward “gullible” Trump supporters who could be goaded “into criminal activity.” She claimed – without proof – that Trump “unleased” a “mob” and was “delighted” to do so!

How to Ratio an Ann Coulter Tweet – I

Coulter’s tweet about her column was ratio’d – big time! People quickly recognized it as fake news, hogwash, and baloney!

How to Ratio an Ann Coulter Tweet – II

Respondents called Coulter a “crazy maniac” who is “a caustic and toxic influence on American culture and politics.

Coulter’s Projection on Full Display

Coulter has been subject to the forces of addictive thinking for decades: denial, rationalization, and projection to name a few.[3]

Coulter is wrong about this one, too. Indeed, Coulter is engaging in a great deal of projection as she is the one who uses and discards people.[4]

Will Coulter ever see herself for who she really is? Or see reality with clarity? Pray that God remove the blinders and scales from her eyes. Otherwise, she will remain a bitter, angry, old woman.

Joker: Ann Coulter Unplugged provides an in-depth, detailed analysis of Coulter’s worldview and character flaws which have led her to be so wrong in so many areas in which she regards herself as an expert.

Endnotes:

[1]              See Propaganda: Orwell in the Age of Ann Coulter at http://bit.ly/1N7zDji.

[2]              See Case Study: #BlameJewsFirst in Joker: Ann Coulter Unplugged at https://bit.ly/2TttHtF.

[3]              See the Beauty of Conservatism at http://bit.ly/2a79k0j. See also Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory at http://bit.ly/1M2z2O5.

[4]              See Preface: Coulter Puts God and People in Boxes in Joker: Ann Coulter Unplugged at https://bit.ly/2TttHtF and Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory at http://bit.ly/1M2z2O5.

Propaganda: Orwell in the Age of Ann Coulter

For almost two decades, Ann Coulter has proven herself untrustworthy.[1] From betraying her own client[2] and scamming voters,[3] to using lies and employing elimination rhetoric,[4] Coulter has shown herself to be unscrupulous – all in the pursuit of self-promotion and self-glory.[5]

A new book – Propaganda: Orwell in the Age of Ann Coulter – delves into the various ways in which Coulter promotes herself and her worldview, and it examines why so many people can come to believe her distortions and lies, even when confronted with a wealth of irrefutable evidence.

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That Coulter retains any credibility at all – despite her pathological prevarication, her eager employment of elimination rhetoric, and her enmity to all who do not fit into her scheme of life – is perhaps the mystery of the ages. Propaganda endeavors to explain the seemingly inexplicable.

In a startling manner, Coulter audaciously adopted Orwell’s iconic 1984[6] as a blueprint for her own career. What totalitarian governments and dictators do on a national and international level, Coulter does on a somewhat smaller scale. Ever ideological, always self-promoting, Coulter uses the tactics and techniques, the verbiage and the principles, of 1984 to pursue her own agenda. Where that agenda collides with conservative principles or Christian values, those interests become subservient to her own.

If George Orwell is the Father of Big Brother, then he is the cherished uncle of Ann Coulter. Coulter certainly seems more at home with 1984 then she does with either the Bible or the Constitution.

Propaganda: Orwell in the Age of Ann Coulter is structured in a simple fashion.

Chapter One compares and contrasts Coulter with Nazi propagandist Leni Riefenstahl.

Chapter Two provides a humorous review of a fictitious Ann Coulter book, Delusional, in which all of the quotations contained therein are from Coulter, demonstrating the schizophrenia of Coulter’s own self-identity.

Chapter Three examines Coulter’s first distinctly Orwellian book, Slander, and its incorporation of many Orwellian propaganda techniques. It further looks at Coulter’s own addiction to addictive thinking and its implication in her work.

With Chapter Four, we see the pervasiveness of Orwellian thinking as it is exhibited in Coulter’s third book, Treason, which is steeped in the thought processes of 1984. This chapter explores the many and varied Orwellian techniques and constructs employed by Coulter in Treason.

Chapter Five looks at Coulter’s first compilation of essays, How to Talk to a Liberal (if you must), which is an instruction book – or, How To manual – for conservatives.

A series of case studies then fleshes out the reality of Coulter’s utilization of propaganda and its political and cultural impact.

An Epilog renders hope possible in the life and work of Coulter.

An Appendix critiques an (almost) perfect piece of propaganda by Coulter.

Propaganda: Orwell in the Age of Ann Coulter is available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/propaganda.pdf.

Endnotes:

[1]       See Never Trust Ann Coulter – at ANY Age, 2013, available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/never.pdf.

[2]       See “Case Study #1: Oh, Paula (Jones)! Ann Coulter’s Betrayal,” Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory, 2012, available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/vanity.pdf.

[3]       See “Case Study #3: Coulter for Congress: Only Scoundrels Need Apply,” Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory, 2012, available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/vanity.pdf.

[4]       See “Appendix 1: Sampling of Coulter’s Elimination Rhetoric,” The Gospel According to Ann Coulter, 2012, available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/gospel.pdf.

[5]       See Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory, 2012, available as a free PDF download at www.coulterwatch.com/vanity.pdf.

[6]       The full text of Orwell’s 1984 is available at http://www.george-orwell.org/1984/0.html.