Coulter on Fiorina: ‘I Have Turned Against Her’ with the ‘Hot, Hot Hate of a 1,000 Suns’
Coulter on Carly Fiorina: "I Have Turned Against Her With The Hot, Hot Hate Of A Thousand Suns" (RealClearPolitics)
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter expresses her disdain for Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina to syndicated radio host Mike Gallagher on Tuesday:
ANN COULTER: I have turned against her as of yesterday with the hot, hot hate of a 1000 suns.
First, I admit I was suspicious, because I hate this, "ohh a woman can talk, isn't that great." Why not Sid Dinsdale, he ran for Senate in Nebraska, he is a wealthy banker, he's worth a few billion dollars.
He ran for senate and lost; she ran for governor and lost.
But I just hate this affirmative action among Republicans. Look Republicans, you're very sweet people, I love that you're trying to promote someone because, "whoa, it's a woman," but women can talk, it's really not breaking news, and then yesterday among the attacks I saw on the magnificent Donald Trump immigration plan was, you know, everybody wants to get rid of anchor babies.
You can read the section of my book. It's very short. It's not from the 14th Amendment.
The 14th Amendment, you'll all remember, came after the Civil War, remember what the Civil War was about? That was freeing the slaves. It wasn't about allowing illegal aliens to run across the border, drop a baby and say, "Ha ha, you missed me, I'm a citizen now."
Do you think the framers of the 14th Amendment, that's what they were hoping to do? She said both she and Chris Christie, I saw, saying on TV yesterday, "Well, of course you'd need a Constitutional amendment to do that, that's crazy."