Ann Coulter

Watch Dreamer Activist Pin Ann Coulter To The Wall, Proving She Has No Humanity Left (VIDEO)


When it comes to immigration, Ann Coulter’s proven once again how RAD she can be.

While she may not be riding a skateboard or surfing the waves, she does seem to have problems giving and receiving love. And apparently she has problems with people touching her, as well. Just ask Dreamer Gaby Pacheco, who was denied a simple hug from the surly-as-always Coulter, which she requested during a Q&A Tuesday after an interview pumping Coulter’s latest book.

Pacheco, an illegal U.S. immigrant and activist, herself, asked Coulter:

“Can I give you a hug?”

Coulter played off the question as a frivolous, rhetorical request of sorts, making an excuse about being ill. Coughing, she replied:

“I wouldn’t today. I’m recovering from the worst flu I’ve ever had.”

While not exactly an outright, “No,” Coulter certainly did her best to avoid having to make contact with Pacheco, which is both interesting and telling. To Coulter, Pacheco represents entirely what Coulter stands against – the “vermin” she’d just as well kick back over the border by any means necessary and to hell with them, too, the moochers, yadda, yadda, yadda… To hug Pacheco would damage Coulter’s brand. In some regards, it would damage her credibility with her audience and she knows that. Yet she, perhaps, doesn’t wish to appear entirely devoid of humanity, so she tersely, coldly plays it off on an illness.

But not entirely saying no, Pacheco respectfully pushes the issue again, stating:

“It’s okay. This undocumented immigrant who has lived in this nation for almost 22 years wants to, as a sign of my humanity and yours, recognize you and say, ‘Can I give you a hug?’”

The move is entirely on point and a wonderful strategic move by Pacheco, as it both is exactly what she says it is, “recognizing their humanity,” but it is also a check mate of sorts in which Coulter is forced to either bow down against her brand of loathsome jingoistic bigotry and hug Pacheco like most any person with an ounce of humanity would do, or whether she would outright refuse Pacheco and thereby underline the absurdity of conservatives’ inhumane notions (and agenda) regarding immigrants.

After all, two parties can debate an issue from opposing views infinitely, but there is no reason whatsoever the two parties should not be able to recognize each other’s humanity and extend a hug or handshake.

But Coulter flatly responded to Pacheco’s second request:

“No, let’s get on with the question.”

Coulter can’t hug Pacheco because of the mountain of garbage she continually amasses around herself every time she opens her mouth, including on subjects such as immigration, and Pacheco knows that. She got exactly what she sought and expected from Coulter, and Coulter delivered as everyone knows and expects Coulter will. She’s as predictable as a four-card memory game, which is why she speaks so outlandishly. How else are you going to compete with Bill O’Reilly, anyway?

This is the woman who believes immigrants pose a greater threat to America than ISIS, remember. She’s hopeless. If Coulter indeed possessed a humane bone in her body and had even a smidgeon of complexity to her she would have hugged Pacheco heartily and kissed her on the cheek, even. How could her position on immigration be pinned down so easily if Coulter simply would recognize Pacheco and other immigrants’ humanity, but simply also acknowledge that there are channels for becoming a citizen legally?

But she doesn’t, because she can’t, because she’s vomited so much heinous garbage about immigrants and immigration that she can’t even recognize their humanity. That’s how far she’s pushed her crazy fringe talk into the mainstream forum. She talks of them like soldiers speak of the enemy, as less than human, as vermin, as something that needs to be eradicated, and that is the most vile aspect of Coulter and what she stands for, overall. It’s what makes you shake your head and say, “Ugh,” whenever you see her face or hear her voice.

But other than for strategic purpose as Pacheco has done, we should not seek humanity from those unable to give it. Coulter is no longer a person, she’s a product – a brand — and products don’t feel. She’s left her humanity behind. She only knows how to sell her brand of hate and privilege, and she can never break character, certainly not to hug a Dreamer, or she risks losing everything.

Nope, there’s nothing whatsoever that could have gotten Coulter to hug Pacheco and both of them knew it. Pacheco had Coulterexactly where she wanted her and there was no escaping it passively, which is why Coulter had to straight up say, “No,” the second time. She knew Pacheco had her at check mate and that she’d lost that match, so there was especially no reason to make the matter worse for herself and actually hug Pacheco. Imagine that photo op, right?

Kudos to Pacheco for having the smarts, courage and solid composure to face one of the ugliest heads of the conservative media hydra, and to walk away having successfully made her point while maintaining such a high level of dignity. America would be farbetter served with many more Pachecos than Coulters, without a doubt.

Ann Coulter

Coulter: College Loans Are Subsidy For Teaching Kids To Hate Republicans And White People

No words for this attention seeker and alleged author…

Right Wing Watch

Ann Coulter is not a fan of President Obama’s plan to provide tuition-free community college, or of federal college loans in general. Coulter told Florida radio host Joyce Kaufman on Monday that such programs are just a “scam” to “subsidize the most left-wing industry in America, that spends its days indoctrinating kids to hate Republicans.”

“And to hate white people,” Kaufman added. “The whole white privilege thing that’s going on there is killing me.”

“Yeah, and they’re never called to account for it,” Coulter agreed.

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Coulter: Boston suspect’s widow ‘ought to be in prison for wearing a hijab’

Republican columnist Ann Coulter expresses her dislike of immigrants on Fox News’s “Hannity.” Photo: Screenshot via

Why did she crawl from under her bug infested rock…?

The Raw Story

Appearing on Fox News Republican talk show “Hannity” Monday night, right-wing columnist Ann Coulter said she’s sad that not only does she think the Boston bombing should shut down the nation’s immigration reform debate, she would like to see the alleged bomber’s widow in jail too, not for committing a crime but for “wearing a hijab.”

“I don’t care if she knew about this,” Coulter said. “She ought to be in prison for wearing a hijab. This immigration policy of us, you know, assimilating immigrants into our culture isn’t really working. They’re assimilating us into their culture. Did she get a clitorectomy too?”

Hannity seemed momentarily puzzled at the sudden citation of female genital mutilation, stammering his reply. “I, uh, I don’t know the answer to that,” he said before confidently adding: “But your point is well taken.”

Hannity went on to say that he believes people who immigrated “from countries where perhaps they grew up under Sharia law” are definitely a threat and “I think we can make a safe assumption that they have been radicalized.” He added that even foreign students should be subjected to greater scrutiny, lest they too pose a threat.

“Our immigration policy has nothing to do with helping America,” Coulter insisted. “It has to do with solving the internal problems of other countries. We’ll take Russia’s radicals. We’ll take the illiterate, unskilled, low-skill workers from all these countries. We’ll take their old people and put them on our supplemental security and Medicare. No, immigration policies are supposed to make your country better, not to make it worse and to create all these problems.”

“Lindsey Graham was on some show this week saying this shows we need better tracking,” she continued. “I’m thinking this means we need better immigrants.”

Coulter and Hannity are just the latest conservatives to jump on the idea that because the Boston bombing suspects were born overseas, the nation’s whole immigration reform debate must shift gears into more regressive policy proposals, or just shut down in Congress altogether, as it did on Monday.

Fellow Republican talker Laura Ingraham said as much on Monday afternoon, suggesting that the U.S. shut down all immigration from majority Muslim nations. “I would submit that people shouldn’t be coming here as tourists from Chechnya after 9/11,” she said. “Dagistan, Checnya, Kergystan, uh-uh. As George Bush would say, ‘None of them stans.’”

Both Boston bombing suspects came to the U.S. legally as children. Authorities say there is not yet any evidence linking them to any foreign terrorist organizations, but an investigation is still ongoing.

Additionally, the Partnership for a New American Economy said last year that about one in 10 Americans worked for an immigrant-owned business in 2012, which contributed more than $775 billion to the U.S. economy and over $125 billion in payroll.