Reasons Why Ann Coulter is the Worst
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Reasons Why Ann Coulter is the Worst

Is she a political commentator or racist hatemonger?

Reasons Why Ann Coulter is the Worst

Despite her horrid and cringeworthy performance at the Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe that included a shameless plug for her latest book entitled "In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome" that pushes her right-winged conservatism on her ignorant and potentially mentally unstable readers, Ann Coulter is no doubt the worst person in America.

There are rapists. There are murderers. There is Ann Coulter.

Best known for her contributions to Fox News and CNN, as well as her eleven (somehow) published books, Coulter has built up a reputation as one of the most controversial political commentators on television and radio, and for good reasons.

She has been called many names.

A racist.

A xenophobic scaremonger.

A Republican.

Phew, that last one was rough.

Some people may disagree with those statements, and those people would be as close-minded and insincere as Ann Coulter herself.

Liberals and conservatives don't agree on much, but what they do have similar thoughts on is the overall hateful and monstrous nature of Ann Coulter.

I've compiled a few quotes, mind you, actual quotes from Coulter that prove the fact that she is just the worst.

"All pretty girls are right-wingers."

This is her tactic of making the left think that once they align their views with "the liberal machine," they'll start looking more like her. Really, Ann? Do we really want a bunch of Thestrals running around telling today's youth to vote for Trump among other racist and sexist comments?

I did a quick search on Google to disprove Coulter's point that there are, in fact, beautiful, liberal women.

Look at all those beautiful faces. Think again, Ann Coulter!

"Take a camel!"

While speaking at the University of Western Ontario in March of 2002, Ann Coulter was questioned by Fatima Al-Dhaher, a Muslim student who was offended by a comment Coulter had made after the attack on 9/11. Here is a snippet from the transcript.

FATIMA AL-DHAHER: On September 14, 2001, you said that America should invade Muslim countries and convert them to Christianity. You also said that all the Muslims should boycott all the airlines. When asked what alternative modes of transportation were, you suggested flying carpet. Question, first of all, as a seventeen-year-old student of this university, Muslim, should I be converted to Christianity? Second of all, since I don't have a magic carpet, what other modes do you suggest?COULTER:First, you dropped a line from the first quote. It was "invade all countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity." And, you know, by the way, this shows, I thought it was just, you know, American public schools that produced ignorant people. This is what America has done, after World War II, after the Korean War. After we won in World War II, the emperor went to MacArthur and said, "Okay, we're ready to convert." And MacArthur said, "Well, actually, we don't convert people forcibly." Also, as he's described, he said he didn't know whether to convert them to Protestantism or Catholicism. But he put out the call for Christian missionaries to come to Japan, and they poured in. And, you don't convert people forcibly, but missionaries have been operating throughout Japan for years, and we certainly have religious freedom in Japan, and I would add we haven't heard a peep out of them.

CROWD: Answer the question, answer the question!

COULTER: What mode of transportation? Take a camel.

CROWD: Are you going to convert her now?

COULTER: No, there are some people I'd just as soon not convert. I'm kind of a mean Christian.

"I don’t really like to think of it as a murder. It was terminating Tiller in the 203rd trimester."

In this quote, Coulter was referring to Dr. George Tiller, an OB/GYN who performed late term abortions on desperate women who was murdered in 2009 for doing just that. In the past, Bill O'Reilly, another favorite person of mine, had covered Dr. Tiller's newsworthy stories and had ranged from calling him "Tiller the Baby Killer" and referred to his healthcare practices as "Nazi stuff."

The man who said all of those terrible things about Dr. George Tiller actually went as far as to personally suggest Coulter to retract her statement, to which she responded: "OK, their logic is, if you don’t believe in abortion, don’t get an abortion. Well, if you don’t believe in shooting abortionists, don’t shoot an abortionist.” In the same interview, she continues to belittle and dismiss O'Reilly's statements that the murder wasn't an act of domestic terrorism, but rather a crime committed by "a random nut."

Also, she stated that the anti-choice population has been overwhelmingly peaceful, having killed "only five abortion doctors" by the time of Dr. Tiller's death. Only five. The number had actually been misquoted and was eight.

This is what people support? These right-winged pundits who express their hateful views and actually celebrate the death of a healthcare provider who provided a safe and legal service to women in need? That's Fox News for you.

These are just a few of the comments Ann Coulter has made to enrage the public. I've compiled a few others for your viewing entertainment.

"If I'm going to say anything about John Edwards in the future, I'll just wish he had been killed in a terrorist assassination plot."

" God gave us the earth. We have dominion over the plants, the animals, the trees. God said, 'Earth is yours. Take it. Rape it. It's yours.'"

"The swing voters -- I like to refer to them as the idiot voters because they don't have set philosophical principles. You're either a liberal or you're a conservative if you have an IQ above a toaster."

"We just want Jews to be perfected, as they say." --arguing that it would be better if we were all Christian."

"If we took away women's right to vote, we'd never have to worry about another Democrat president. It's kind of a pipe dream, it's a personal fantasy of mine, but I don't think it's going to happen. And it is a good way of making the point that women are voting so stupidly, at least single women."

Mind you, this is a woman who made comments against women; that's someone you should definitely trust.

And in recent events, her book, "In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome" supports the bigoted billionaire for not being a politician who is running for the highest political office in the nation.

Isn't that awesome?

As her 2015 book says:

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