What does Ann Coulter fear most? Apparently, a tombstone with an epitaph reading: “ANN COULTER WAS KILLED BY A HURRICANE WITH AN UNPRONOUNCEABLE FOREIGN NAME.”
Hurricane Isaias gave the world a glimpse into polemicist Ann Coulter’s soul (or lack thereof).
When Hurricane Isaias looked like it was going to descend upon her home in West Palm Beach, Florida, Coulter almost screamed, “Woe is me!”
Coulter’s surprising point of attack was to criticize the name of the hurricane, not the danger it augured. “Do you HAVE to be f–ing politically correct, with an unpronounceable name, when people are worried about their homes being destroyed?”
Amazing! In her panic (yes, Ann suffers from panic attacks), Coulter lashed out at the foreignness of its name. Indeed, Coulter similarly lashed out at Delta Airlines when she perceived a foreigner “stealing” her seat (a metaphor for illegal aliens invading America).
Perhaps Coulter was unaware that Isaias is Spanish for Isaiah (itself a difficult name to spell), a biblical (or, Jewish, if you prefer) name of a prophet of God, and the title of a book inspired by her Creator.
Strikingly, Isaiah had his own “Woe is me!” moment when he was directly confronted by God.
“Woe to me!” I cried. “I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty” (Isa. 6:5).
It was only after Isaiah repented in humility and turned to God that God could perform a mighty work through him.
Where and when will Ann have her spiritual “Woe is me!” moment?
Or will Coulter’s arrogance and hubris forever blind her to her true spiritual state and need for repentance to the One in whose image she was created?
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.