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Coulter: If Clinton wins, ‘no hope for any Republican ever winning another election’


Forget about the speculation of Donald Trump potentially starting a media company if he loses to Hillary Clinton in November, Ann Coulter said Tuesday, suggesting that if the Manhattan businessman fails to stop Clinton’s election, the likes of talk-show hosts and Fox News will be made obsolete.

“I’ve been recommending that since the Mexico debate in his speech to get fair coverage. But I’m not sure it’s worth it,” the conservative commentator remarked on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” explaining, “Because look, if he loses, Hillary has edge.”

Asked whether she would want to go into business with Trump, Coulter responded, “I would love to go into business with him.”

“If Hillary wins … she has said, Tim Kaine has said, amnesty for all illegal immigrants,” Coulter said. “We know that’s 30, 40 million. She’s going to throw open the southern border. She’s going to more than quadruple the number of Muslim refugees we bring in.”

Coulter then declared that “there will be no hope for any Republican ever winning another election.”

“There’s no point to what I do, what talk radio hosts do, what Fox News does,” she said. “Nobody goes to the game when you can’t win.”

I wish Fox News would go a little easier on Hillary Clinton. She’s the one we want to run against.

Could you guys just back off?

Because I feel like I’m living through this, I feel like this is déjà vu again. We used to say, ‘Oh, the next president isn’t going to be a guy named Barack Hussein Obama.’

Our next president could be Sen. Bernie Sanders, if you people keep this up.


Anne Coulter 

You might want to ask yourself if you want to support the Conservative’s choice for the Democratic Nomination? 

A few well-placed rifle rounds, and the rioting would end in an instant. A more sustained attack on the rampaging mob might save England from itself, finally removing shaved-head, drunken parasites from the benefits rolls that Britain can’t find the will to abolish on moral or utilitarian grounds. We can be sure there’s no danger of killing off the next Winston Churchill or Edmund Burke in these crowds.

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An open letter to Anne Coulter

The following is a guest post in the form of an open letter from Special Olympics athlete and global messenger John Franklin Stephens to Ann Coulter after this tweet during last night’s Presidential debate.

Dear Ann Coulter,

Come on Ms. Coulter, you aren’t dumb and you aren’t shallow.  So why are you continually using a word like the R-word as an insult?

I’m a 30 year old man with Down syndrome who has struggled with the public’s perception that an intellectual disability means that I am dumb and shallow.  I am not either of those things, but I do process information more slowly than the rest of you.  In fact it has taken me all day to figure out how to respond to your use of the R-word last night.

I thought first of asking whether you meant to describe the President as someone who was bullied as a child by people like you, but rose above it to find a way to succeed in life as many of my fellow Special Olympians have.

Then I wondered if you meant to describe him as someone who has to struggle to be thoughtful about everything he says, as everyone else races from one snarkey sound bite to the next.

Finally, I wondered if you meant to degrade him as someone who is likely to receive bad health care, live in low grade housing with very little income and still manages to see life as a wonderful gift.

Because, Ms. Coulter, that is who we are – and much, much more.

After I saw your tweet, I realized you just wanted to belittle the President by linking him to people like me.  You assumed that people would understand and accept that being linked to someone like me is an insult and you assumed you could get away with it and still appear on TV.

I have to wonder if you considered other hateful words but recoiled from the backlash.

Well, Ms. Coulter, you, and society, need to learn that being compared to people like me should be considered a badge of honor.

No one overcomes more than we do and still loves life so much.

Come join us someday at Special Olympics.  See if you can walk away with your heart unchanged.

A friend you haven’t made yet,
John Franklin Stephens
Global Messenger
Special Olympics Virginia

This is beautiful, and Anne Coulter should be ashamed of herself. 

This is unacceptable behavior from Ann Coulter. Not only is it disrespectful to the President of the United States, but how dare she use a word that has so many negative connotations when there are groups trying to prevent the word from being used. The “r-word” should not be used to describe anyone. It is hurtful and derogatory and I support all of those people who have pledged to Spread the Word to End the Word. Visit the web site.