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Ann Coulter Claims Credit for Hillary's Fall, Says Barack "President Hussein" Obama Will Probably Win

Reported by Melanie - February 13, 2008 -

Ann Coulter, who endorsed Hillary Clinton a few weeks ago, was a guest on Fox's "premiere business news" show, Your World w/Neil Cavuto today (February 13, 2008). Cavuto teased today's appearance with,

Alright. So, when we come back, Ann Coulter takes credit for what she is calling the Clinton collapse. Ann, on Hillary, on the race, on the mess, on the controversy -- most of which she generates. After this.

After a break and after he told the audience about Ann Coulter's latest book, and showed a picture of the cover, Cavuto turned to Coulter and used one of his favorite phrases, "Hillary Clinton's in deep doo-doo."

By way of explanation and in response to Cavuto's hype, and over a chyron that read, "Coulter: Hillary Clinton Lost Last Night Because of Me," Coulter said, "Yes, my endorsement strategy worked perfectly." Apparently she thinks her endorsement turned Democrats against Clinton and she alone is responsible for Hillary's crash. Ah yes, a legend in her own mind...

Anyway, with that, Coulter went on to talk about how this is the "worst collection of candidates" she's seen in her life. About how "both candidates" (not clear precisely which "both" as she talked about McCain a lot too), "have been chosen by George Soros." She said if we have another terrorist attack "B. Hussein Obama" (she used that several times) and John McCain will "take a tour of Mecca." And at the end she said about Obama: "It's shocking that he's probably going to be our next president. President Hussein."

Comment: I can't add anything to what's already been said about Coulter so I'll leave that alone but what the hell is she doing on what Fox says is its "premiere business news" show -- for the second time in as many weeks? The answer: Fox's "premiere business news" show is as much about "business news" as The O'Reilly Factor. On Fox, titles and slogans ("fair and balanced") are used as cover and as tools to brainwash the ignorant.