When it comes to bashing and ridiculing liberals, Ann Coulter has no equal. She is entertaining, witty, intelligent and knows how to get under the skin of the left perhaps better than anyone else in the political world.
But Ann Coulter has a nasty habit — falling in unnatural political love affairs with any RINO who comes along. In the past, Coulter has been smitten by the likes of RINO Mitt Romney (remember “Romneycare?”), Chris Christie — heck, Coulter was even sycophantically for RINO establishment leader “Obama’s Mitch” McConnell, who has funded every single tyrannical policy of Obama’s, including the amnesty she vehemently opposes.
Appearing on MSNBC on Monday with conservative strategist Liz Mair, Coulter admitted that she doesn’t care where Donald Trump is on the issues — even if he is left of Hillary Clinton on major issues — so long as he’s right on the issue of tackling illegal immigration.
In a heated debate, Mair and Coulter are asked by MSNBC host Chris Matthews to address the cries from the GOP establishment that Donald Trump is ruining the Republican Party.
“I don’t think there’s necessarily a problem with destroying certain aspects of the Republican Party as it exists,” Mair said. “I think there are many of us in the Republican Party who have a real problem with the establishment in the way that it’s run things,” she admitted.
“But from my perspective of somebody who is a legitimate economic and fiscal conservative, I do have a problem with Trump and where he stands on an array of economic and fiscal conservative issues and the fact that he is very close to Hillary Clinton on those — in come cases actually to the left of her’s,” Mair contended.
“Well, I think it’s all about immigration. It doesn’t really matter what a Republican’s position is on — you know — saving Social Security or how they’re going to reform Medicare,” Coulter answered.
After admitting that she has now suddenly flip-flopped on the non-issue of Ted Cruz’s eligibility to be president — she has now converted to birtherism, surely to coincide with Donald Trump’s new birther movement against Ted Cruz.
Liz Mair must have came extremely prepared as she pointed out that Coulter was on the other side of the argument three years ago — she argued that Ted Cruz is eligible to be president.
“I changed my mind,” Coulter said rather insincerely.
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The exchange only got more heated when Coulter announced her dream ticket for 2016 — saying that in addition to Donald Trump as president — get this — RINO Mitt Romney should be his running mate.
“My ideal ticket is Trump-Romney — that’s what I’m really hoping,” Coulter admitted with a straight face.
This proclamation lit a fuse under Mair, causing her to call out Coulter for being a phony conservative.
“That’s the proof right there you are in no way conservative and in no way interested in conservative policy,” a fired up Mair asserted.