Tag Archives: hatred

.@AnnCoulter – Conservatism’s Cross Cassandra

For over two decades, self-described polemicist and perpetual doomsayer Ann Coulter has hyperventilated over the impending apocalypse in America. (It never happens.)

Even during the 2000 election, Coulter predicted an apocalypse if Al Gore won that election. She did the same thing in 2004 with John Kerry. Now, Coulter is heralding apocalyptic doom because Trump isn’t governing as she sees fit, doing her will.

For five presidential election cycles, she portended catastrophe if a Democrat won. At some point after Bush and Trump won, Coulter opposed them She has come to hate every Republican presidential nominee she endorsed these past twenty years.

Bridging the turn of the century, Coulter said liberalism would destroy America. Then her primary enemy changed. Post 9/11, she turned her sights on Islamic jihadists (all Muslims and Arabs, not just the radicalized ones). Coulter became a jingoistic zealot.

During the end of Obama’s presidency, Coulter switched views, becoming an isolationist, nativist pacifist, claiming that immigration would destroy America.

(When will she make up her mind?)

In each instance, Coulter called those who disagreed with her “traitors,” with total lack of self-awareness that one Coulter incarnation could denounce another Coulter incarnation. Which Coulter is the traitor? The arm-chair warmonger or the agoraphobic pacifist?

Throughout these past two decades, Coulter has operated out of fear, anger, and spite, instead of faith, hope, and optimism.

Coulter writes hyperbolic polemics (though she has gotten better in recent years) venting her fears, rage, hatred, and insecurities. Hence her habitual use of invective, elimination rhetoric, and ad hominem attacks. She is desperate to assuage her fears and destroy the objects of her wrath.

Coulter is the leader of “Apocalypse Now Conservatism.

Now, she vents her wrath at Donald Trump, blaming him for the imminent demise of America.

But Coulter is wrong. Trump’s #AmericaFirst agenda is working. Trump’s #MAGA #AmericaFirst agenda is #winning!

Yet, Coulter remains oblivious to reality.

In reality, Trump is keeping his promises. We are living in a time of peace and prosperity (interrupted only by Leftists intent upon thwarting Trump’s agenda).

Coulter’s prediction will fail. Trump will complete his first term and be reelected in a landslide.

On life issues, Trump is saving the lives of the unborn and those subject to human trafficking. On structural issues, Trump is exposing the #DeepState, #Resistance, and #FakeNewsMedia for who they really are.

Trump is uniting all Americans of every race and culture and vanquishing the progressive nightmare that was the #ObamaLegacy, which a President Hillary (shudder!) would have expanded upon.

Coulter has been prophesying death and destruction for over twenty years, and, now that we have a president who fights, she’s given up.

Unlike Coulter, Trump’s message is uniformly positive and optimistic, much like the greatest president of the 20th century, Ronald Reagan.
For more on Coulter’s dysfunctional views and commentary, see Joker: Ann Coulter Unplugged, which provides an in-depth, detailed and holistic exposé of  Coulter.

 

Comedy Central Cuts Coulter’s Conscience

You could say Ann Coulter was the butt of all their jokes, if she had one. (Groan.)

comedy-central-cuts-coulters-conscience

The Let’s Roast Ann Coulter Instead of Rob Lowe Roast was truly eye-opening, revealing the heart of Hollywood and of Ann Coulter.

Neglected are crucial portions of the taped program cut from the broadcast version.

Coulter contends that Comedy Central edited the final version to make her look bad. (Here is an annotated transcript of her set as broadcast.) Comedy Central also appears to have edited out at least one portion which shows Coulter’s humanity, her conscience.

Steve Bramucci reported his eyewitness account of the taping, observing:

“There was one final moment of unexpected Coulter pathos, though. When she was supposed to insult Jewel – something about the singer’s teeth – she broke into her own joke to apologize, saying, ‘they’re making me say this.’”

This is remarkable for three reasons. First, no one ever makes Coulter say or do anything. Everything she does is what she wants to do. Therefore, she is responsible for every single word she says and action she takes.

Second, Coulter never apologizes!

Even more remarkable, Ann felt a twinge of guilt – even having just been savaged by hostile peers. At that very moment, her conscience was pricked.

Why?

Did Coulter, perhaps for the first time in a very long time, personally feel what it’s like to receive the kind of vitriol her victims regularly feel? Did she finally grasp that the reason she is so hated is because she is so hateful?

About that God moment, Bramucci remarked, “It was also the most humanity I can remember her showing in a public setting.”

Humanity – a thing of beauty.

He continued: “The moment was so jarring that the guy working the teleprompter must’ve fallen out of his chair, because the scroll stopped halfway through Coulter’s set and she had to literally beg for it to go back on.”

Perhaps the most important thing we’ve learned about Coulter is that she is a human being, too. (I can envision a roaster saying, “Even monsters have feelings.”)

Coulter Hates White Liberals

This week, in a beautifully titled column (“No Facts, No Peace”), Ann Coulter brought some much needed perspective to the turmoil taking place in Ferguson, Missouri. (Her laudable column was marred, however, by a foolish posting on her website.)

HatesWhites

Drawing from her best-selling book, Mugged, Coulter accurately attacked the default media narrative – “Racist until proved innocent” – and she provided numerous examples of the media’s jihad against white America and local authorities.

Coulter also offered up a rationale for this deplorable dynamic: “Stirring up racial hatred is how journalists make up for sending their own kids to lily-white private schools.” (Personally, I suspect the Sixties counter-cultural mindset pervades the mainstream media.)

She further noted the necessarily changing media narrative as actual facts emerged. (Though the minds of many still remain committed to the false narrative.)

My one criticism has to do, not with her column, but with a website posting she made around the time she posted her column. (This morning I stumbled upon Ann’s posting, and I find I must address it.)

On Wednesday, Coulter announced the posting of her column via twitter. Eighteen minutes earlier, on her website, she had posted remarks related to that column with the caption “I hate white liberals.”[1]

“I hate white liberals.”

Really? Racism is bad, phony charges of racism are bad, riots are bad, but hatred is good?

Coulter only hates “white” liberals? Black liberals and race hucksters like Sharpton and Jackson create this strife, but Coulter doesn’t hate them?

There was a time when Coulter was equal opportunity in her hatred, hating everyone on the Left (as well as some on the Right).

Perhaps this is really a sign of spiritual growth. Perhaps next week she will only hate white male liberals.

It’s a start.

Once again, I don’t have any criticisms of her column, or her evaluation of the situation at Ferguson. (Rich Lowry might not like her jab at him in her opening paragraph, but, since he’s not a girly-boy, I’m sure he can take it.)

It is only Coulter’s profession of hatred that I address here.

Endnotes:

[1]       Why does Coulter single out “white liberals?” Coulter provides an excerpt from Mugged (see graphic). Her excerpt is extremely disingenuous. Coulter cites a poll concerning the 1992 Los Angeles riots and compares those who disapproved of the riots with white liberals who thought “the riots were great TV.” Her citation does not say those liberals approved of the riots or thought they were justified. One could reasonably suspect that most people – whether liberal or conservative, black or white, male or female – thought “the riots were great TV,” irrespective of whether they approved of them or not. After all, the riots were a major story and most people watched. Sort of the definition of “great TV.”