PC Police In Meltdown Over Ann Coulter’s Comments About Fareed Zakaria’s Accent

Ann Coulter arrives at the 2016 TV Land Icon Awards at Barker Hangar on Sunday, April 10,
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Conservative author and commentator Ann Coulter triggered an outrage spasm on Twitter yesterday evening when she suggested that opinions on what it means to be an American carry more weight when they come from people who were actually born in the country.

It took just two tweets from Coulter, one about CNN journalist Fareed Zakaria, and another about guest Danielle Pletka, to send progressives (and a fair few anti-Trump conservatives) over the edge.

Ann Coulter has been a staunch proponent of Donald Trump’s brand of populist nationalism since he entered the race, and progressives never miss an opportunity to brand her a bigot. So, naturally, they immediately took to explain how shocked and horrified they were at Coulter’s opinion.

Some even descended into straightforward insults, with TV producer and author David Simon calling her “horse faced.”


These are the same people, remember, who attack Donald Trump for lack of civility.

The tweets went on:



There’s disagreement, and then there’s throwing a tantrum…

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