Ann Coulter attacked the Republican candidates for pandering to the “f***ing Jews” during their debate. So, naturally, she got some friendly face time with Megyn Kelly afterward.
Controversial conservative pundit Ann Coulter posted a series of arguably anti-Semitic tweets at the tail end of Wednesday night's Republican debate, accusing the candidates of pandering to Jewish voters, including one posing the hypothetical question of: "How many f---ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?"
Coulter, who has 660 thousand twitter followers, was reacting to the frequent mentions of Israel made by participants in the second televised Republican debate held Wednesday at the Ronald Reagan Library in California.
She first tweeted criticism of former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's support for Israel when answering the question "What will AMERICA [emphasis her's] look like after you are president?", asking "How many f---ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?” She also wrote: Good Grief, Huckabee is running for prime minister of Israel
Here are Coulter’s tweets:
Coulter is no longer the conservative It Girl she used to be but she nevertheless got a warm welcome on her pal Megyn Kelly’s post-debate show. “Let’s just get this out of the way right now,” Kelly said, as if she hated to bring up the subject of Coulter's possible anti-Semitism.
“You got hit from the left and the right,” Kelly said. “Do you want to take that back?”
No, Coulter didn’t. “All the candidates were pandering, pandering, pandering… The last question was, after you’re president, how will America be better? And suddenly, we’re back to Israel again. It’s just this checking off of the boxes.”
Coulter acknowledged that the candidates “were probably pandering to evangelicals,” not Jews, as if that let her off the anti-Semitism hook. “It’s just pandering, pandering, pandering (about) something we all agree on. It’s not really separating the candidates,” she said.
Rather than challenge her, Kelly moved on to discuss Donald Trump.
As soon as Coulter was done, Kelly turned to Fox News Democrat, Joe Trippi. He completely let Coulter off the hook.
Watch it below, from the September 17 special edition of The Kelly File. Compare Kelly's tolerance for statements that smack of anti-Semitism from Coulter with Kelly's hostility toward #BlackLivesMatter members whom she baselessly suggests are anti-white.
Fux Noize – setting f___ing standards for your whole f___ing family!
Now you understand why Hannocchio loves this woman. She’s the female version of Hal Turner. Hannocchio will always protect his long-time love until eternity.
See “Ann Coulter’s Jewish Roots” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-a1.
Throughout her career, Coulter has expressed antipathy toward Jews, from writing about “oily Jews” to wanting them to be “perfected.” Coulter has often said that she sets out to deliberately offend people, and offend she does. Coulter has no filters.
See “Coulter, Simply Offensive” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-5i.
Actually Ellen, she still is — you just have to put a “sh” in front of the “it”. :)