I guess my big question is why would anybody argue with Ann Coulter? They never win and beyond that, they’re generally made fools of.
Ms. Ann, who’s latest book is titled, Adios, America, The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third World Hellhole, was on the view to promote said book and Raven Symoné, of all people, decided to challenge Coulter.
Um… nice try, kid.
Raven is a moron and has no business on that show. She has no “view” and to try and go head to head with Ann Coulter just takes a special brand of stupid and I was embarrassed for this young lady.
Coulter’s “Watermelondrea” comment referred to an incident where Symoné insisted that she would never hire someone with an ethnic sounding name like “Watermelondrea,” a name she heard on the Internet. But it wasn’t long before the actual person named Watermelondrea was criticizing Symoné for making fun of the name.
Pretty much stunned Raven into silence, where she ought to be in the first place…
Do you know why Ann Coulter is attacked so often? It’s because she’s right and people cannot stand it when they’re debating someone who is right because the only thing you have left is to call them names.
The segment began with Coulter talking about her book Adios America, where she said that by and large, illegal immigrants are from “backwards cultures” and are coming in to leech off of American generosity.
During her short appearance on “The View” – Coulter also explained her support for Donald Trump, and reminding everyone that in 2013, Ann said that America shouldn’t have a businessman as president, Coulter said that Trump is the exception to the rule, because while other candidates who don’t come from a political background are “not prepared for the rough and tumble of politics,” Trump has been enduring public and media criticism for decades.
She also suggested that Trump is a desirable candidate because he has nothing to gain by holding political office, and I quote: “Reagan, Romney, Trump — the only people who have run for president whose lives will be made immeasurably worse both by running and by winning..”
“The View” contributors Ana Navarro and Padma Lakshmi happened to be on the show this day, and Navarro, who was born in Nicaragua before her family immigrated to the States, first corrected Coulter on the proper pronunciation of the word adios.
WOW! Sure got the best of her, didn’t she!!
Of course the regulars Joy Behar and Michelle Collins, also interrupted at various points to challenge Coulter.
Four, five, six against one? All talking over each other? What is this, Thanksgiving at my parents house?
Till next time, thanks Ann!!
And don’t forget to order Ann’s new book – her 11th NY TIMES Best-seller: “Adios America” HERE:
Ann Coulter is back, more fearless than ever.
In Adios, America she touches the third rail in American politics, attacking the immigration issue head-on and flying in the face of La Raza, the Democrats, a media determined to cover up immigrants’ crimes, churches that get paid by the government for their “charity,” and greedy Republican businessmen and campaign consultants—all of whom are profiting handsomely from mass immigration that’s tearing the country apart.
Applying her trademark biting humor to the disaster that is U.S. immigration policy, Coulter proves that immigration is the most important issue facing America today.