Ann Coulter’s book Adios America reportedly had an enormous influence on Donald Trump’s border security and immigration policies.
Then her follow up, In Trump We Trust, made the broader case for the Republican candidate, based on a wider array of issues.
Now, with election day looming, Coulter’s new column lays out one of the key reasons Americans should vote for Trump, even if they aren’t completely sold on him personally. Her thesis, in one sentence, is: “For every argument the media make against Trump, Hillary’s worse.”
Coulter provides a number of examples, taking commonplace charges against Trump one by one:
- Trump failed to denounce David Duke with the ferocity deemed sufficient by our media. (…)
I know that no one has ever been incited to commit murder after listening to a David Duke speech. Lots of people have been murdered by someone who’d just heard an Al Sharpton speech: seven at Freddy’s Fashion Mart in Harlem, and one Orthodox Jew, plus one Italian mistaken for a Jew, in Crown Heights.
- Hillary has not disavowed Sharpton — nor would our media be so rude as to ask.
The mother of Ferguson thug Mike Brown, Lesley McSpadden, campaigns with Hillary — she even took the stage at the Democratic National Convention. The father of Omar Mateen, the Orlando nightclub shooter, appeared on stage behind Hillary at a rally.
If the media won’t ask her to “disavow” the relatives of criminals and terrorists featured at her events, could they at least ask her if she approves of their parenting techniques?
Coulter provides another dozen such sound debunkings of pro-Hillary talking points. Trump fans may want to keep this column handy to deal with pesky social media “friends” and annoying family members and co-workers!