Is Ann Coulter becoming senile?
One could reasonably reach that conclusion given her confusion on so many issues and her continuing to maintain that certain things are true when they demonstrably are not (e.g., Trump hasn’t kept any of his promises; Trump isn’t building a wall; and her recent unhinged meltdowns over Trump).
Coulter Mocks Dementia and Senility
Consider two of Coulter’s recent tweets:
Coulter is a very clever person and loves a good joke. However, it is one thing to point out that Sleepy Joe Biden appears to be have a rapidly declining cognitive ability, but it is quite something else to joke about it and make light of it.
Coulter loves to go for the jugular, as one Coulter profiler noted some two decades ago. She also loves to target a foe’s greatest weakness and use scurrilous name-calling (such as frequently using the R-Word!). This, at best, highlights Coulter’s inhumanity toward her fellow human beings.
Could it also portend the unset of senility?
Coulter’s Family History of Dementia
Is Ann Coulter becoming senile? Has she forgotten the anguish her own family experienced for years while her father was suffering from dementia before his death?
Coulter’s poignant eulogy for Father explained that “Lewy bodies dementia prevented him from saying much at all” and that “Treason was dedicated to him, the last book of mine he was able to read.” (Treason was published in 2003; Father died in 2008.)
Coulter also wrote: “To Mother’s lifelong consternation – until he had dementia and she could get him back by smothering him with hugs and kisses – Father wasn’t demonstrative.”
Is Ann Coulter senile? Or just callous and cold-hearted?
Coulter’s ever-increasing wackiness is recounted in Joker: Ann Coulter Unplugged, which provides an in-depth, detailed and holistic exposé of Ann Coulter.