From now on, it’s Never Coulter! ’Nuff said?

I didn’t like Ann Coulter before I did like her but now I really don’t like her.

Sound familiar? Probably lots of conservatives have followed the same path as me when it comes to Coulter.

First of all, her arrogant self-importance is bound to grate on the nerves of anyone with a human-sized ego. No matter what she says in her political commentary, it was always hard to tolerate her “look at me… no, REALLY, look at ME!!!” approach to life.

It was, however, nice to watch her challenge the RINOs who said one thing and did another, and as the Republican Party establishment grew more elite, it eventually made sense to prefer Colter to the likes of John Boehner and Mitt Romney (oh wait, she supported Romney!). Then when she said publicly that Donald Trump was just what the GOP needed to fight back against the globalist takeover of the United States, it looked like she might be able to put the interests of the country ahead of her interest in her own face.

But lately the real Ann Coulter has surfaced — the selfish loudmouth who craves attention more than anything. She has presumably watched as President Trump has enjoyed huge successes in his first two years as president; seen him fight back furiously against the Deep State, the Fake News Media, and the Democrat crime family; and govern as a true conservative even more that Ronald Reagan. Despite that, Coulter has gone on the attack against Trump, giving cover to the despicable Never Trumpers and dishonorable Resistance.

The final straw came Friday. When President Trump declared a national emergency and put his presidency on the line in support of his campaign promise to build a wall, you would think Coulter would be ecstatic. Instead she went on what might most generously be described as a drunken or drug-addled assault against Trump.

On Twitter, she wrote:

The goal is to get Trump’s stupidest voters to say “HE’S FIGHTING!” No he’s not. If he signs this bill, it’s over.

Ok so now Clinton’s Deplorables are Coulter’s Stupid Voters. That means you and me. Then she cranked it up and called President Trump an “idiot.”

From a radio interview with KABC, where she spoke cryptically of building the wall:

“It was one thing, the promise he made every single day at every single speech. Forget the fact that he’s digging his own grave,” Coulter added. “The only national emergency is that our president is an idiot.”

How do you explain that Coulter is attacking the president for doing just what he said he would do? The only explanation other than her being high on drugs is that she cares more about herself than the country.

So yeah, Bye-bye Ann. From now on it’s Never Coulter.


Frank Miele writes from Kalispell, Montana, at www.HeartlandDiaryUSA.com and is a columnist at Real Clear Politics. To see more of my columns about the Dishonest Media, the Deep Swamp, the failed presidencies of George W. Bush and Barack Obama, and Trump’s war to restore American greatness, read my “Why We Needed Trump” trilogy. The books are available at Amazon in paperback or Kindle editions. Also please considering leaving a review in support of my conservative commentary on one or all of my book pages at Amazon! Thanks!

8 thoughts on “From now on, it’s Never Coulter! ’Nuff said?

  1. Now wait a minute! It is time for Frank to sort things out responsibly. Frank, you need generate your own arrogant self-importance. And don’t be piddling around with that Mister Humble attitude ever again.

    Here’s the problem; Arrogant people rule the world. Humble people are their slaves. There is no other way. Everything in media is a gamble and it takes real chutzpah to rise to the top.

    1. Arrogant people rule the world on the way up. They are cut to pieces on the way down. People don’t like being talked down to.

  2. Yes, the drama queen again made distasteful remarks. But nowhere near as bad as Trump signing that garbage bill!
    How about everyone stop being emotional and listen to a group who has dedicated themselves to studying immigration:

    Spending bill increases guest worker visas, reduces detention beds, and protects sponsors of child smugglers
    Fri, Feb 15th

    After 8 weeks of back-and-forth theatrics between Pres. Trump and Democratic Leaders (that included a 5-week partial government shutdown), the President received $75 million more in border wall funding than what Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer offered in December.

    The cost for obtaining the additional $75 million for fencing was far too high — a substantial weakening of interior enforcement, including an incentive for illegal-alien sponsors of unaccompanied alien children (UACs).

    These sponsors often are the very people who actually paid the cartels to smuggle the children into the United States, putting them at great risk of kidnapping, sexual assault, murder, or even being abandoned in the desert to die. According to ICE, close to 80% of the sponsors or household members of sponsors of the 224,000 UACs HHS has released since 2014 are in the country illegally. While most smugglers face felony charges for smuggling, this provision would exempt these sponsors — even if they have been convicted of certain other crimes — from the consequences of their immigration crimes.

    The 1,169-page bill also includes:

    an increase in H-2B guest worker visas;
    a reduction in detention beds used by ICE to hold criminal aliens and illegal border crossers; and
    a hiring freeze for ICE’s Enforcement and Removals Operations division.

    BORDER TOWNS CAN VETO FENCING

    Even Pres. Trump’s border wall funding comes with a major condition. Local governments are given the authority to decide on design and location of any border barriers built within their communities. In other words, local border politicians, many of which are funded by the drug cartels, have veto power over new border barriers.

    With this “deal”, one thing is clear. The open-borders wing in Congress understands the danger that interior enforcement has on deterring future illegal immigration, so they’re set on dismantling it.

    Meanwhile, many Republicans believe that building a border fence is the lone solution to stopping illegal immigration instead of requiring all employers to use E-Verify, implementing the biometric entry-exit system, and closing up asylum loopholes used by human smugglers.

    WE CALLED FOR A VETO BUT NOT A SHUTDOWN

    NumbersUSA mobilized our members to ask Senators and Representatives to vote against the spending bill.

    Our hope was that Congress would just continue the status quo spending level of Homeland Security through another “Continuing Resolution,” rather than change the spending as required in the new bill.

    NumbersUSA President Roy Beck told the media:

    “We are not asking that the government be shut down over this. Rather, we urge Pres. Trump to veto the bill and for Congress to pass another CR to keep the government running.”

    I happen to agree with them.

    1. The bill also is only in effect till September. It will do much less damage than another government shutdown would have!

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