Ann Coulter Describes Democrats As ‘Black Church Ladies’ And ‘College Queers’ Who ‘Hate White Men’
In a Tuesday appearance on Fox News’ The Ingraham Angle, conservative pundit Ann Coulter claimed that the only thing tying together the Democratic party is their hatred for white men.
“They all hate one another,” Coulter said, discussing the alleged discord between members of the Democratic Party.
She went on to list exactly who she thinks Democrats are: “I mean you, have the Muslims and the Jews and the various exotic sexual groups and the black church ladies with the college queers,” Coulter said.
“The only thing that keeps the Democratic base together is for them to keep focusing on: ‘No, white men are the ones keeping you down, you must hate white men.’ It’s the only thing they all have in common,” Coulter added as she appeared on Fox News as a guest on The Ingraham Angle on Tuesday.
The new Democratic-controlled House that will take over in January is set to be the most diverse in history.
Pew Research has found that 37 percent of white men “affiliate with or lean toward the Democratic Party.”
On Ingraham’s Fox News show, Ann Coulter describes her version of the Dem party
“I mean you have the Muslims and the Jews and the various exotic sexual groups and the black church ladies with the college queers … you must hate white men. It’s the one thing they have in common” pic.twitter.com/xGWe0wH2uP
— Andrew Lawrence (@ndrew_lawrence) December 12, 2018
MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle denounced Coulter’s remarks, writing: “PLEASE @FoxNews I am actually begging can we please stop this. This has NOTHING to do with politics or policy. This is pure hatred. Freedom of free speech is what makes out country great. Giving these words a platform any larger than a sewer is truly awful.”
I am actually begging can we please stop this
This has NOTHING to do with politics or policy
This is pure hatred
Freedom of free speech is what makes out country great
Giving these words a platform any larger than a sewer is truly awful
Please stop https://t.co/3kkg6e84e0
— Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle) December 12, 2018