@AnnCoulter not even trying to hide it anymore huh
— Katie Nolan (@katienolan) November 8, 2016
The election’s not over yet, but it’s never too early to start spinning a loss. Last night, facing the prospect of her hero Donald Trump getting demolished at the polls, Ann Coulter put forth the following scenario that would ensure a decisive Trump victory:
If only people with at least 4 grandparents born in America were voting, Trump would win in a 50-state landslide.
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) November 8, 2016
Hold up … what? Where to even begin with a statement like that?
@AnnCoulter that is one stupid statement. sorry sweetie
— gump (@yujtgmrrhknescu) November 8, 2016
@AnnCoulter there is so much stupidity in this tweet my head hurts
— bk (@bkmacdonald) November 8, 2016
@AnnCoulter Ann, your side usually waits until 3 a.m. to tweet sh*t this stupid.
— Medium Happy (@jdubs88) November 8, 2016
— Pam (@lemoneyes) November 8, 2016
— mr.benzduck (@MrBenzduck) November 8, 2016
I know counting is a challenge @AnnCoulter but what do you mean at least 4grandparents? How many grandparents do people have on your planet?
— Noga Tarnopolsky (@NTarnopolsky) November 8, 2016
I’m pretty damn proud to say not all four of my grandparents were born here. Shows how far we’ve come.
— Anthony F. Irwin (@AnthonyIrwinLA) November 8, 2016
@AnthonyIrwinLA my 4 grandparents were born here and I didn't vote Trump, FWIW
— John Lloyd (@JohnHLloydIII) November 8, 2016
@AnnCoulter You realise you go back through enough generations of grandparents, you're mostly going to find immigrants, right?
— Gray (@gray) November 8, 2016
But then Trump couldn't run, since his mom and paternal grandparents weren't born in the US. So, um, yeah. https://t.co/7Uxwnuqk0Q
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 8, 2016
@AnnCoulter By this standard, Trump wouldn't be allowed to vote.
— Mikel Jollett (@Mikel_Jollett) November 8, 2016
— Reina (@QueenOSarcasm) November 8, 2016
— northierthanthou.com (@Brimshack) November 8, 2016
@AnnCoulter a few of my family members voting for him wouldn't be able to either. You are part of the reason I voted Clinton.
— Paolo Gregoletto (@TriviumPaolo) November 8, 2016
— Elizabeth Anne (@ea_sebast) November 8, 2016
— Gray (@gray) November 8, 2016
@AnnCoulter Like some sort of purity law?
— Dr Hugo Hackenbush (@MangyLover) November 8, 2016
— Fata Morgana (@maladamus) November 8, 2016
@AnnCoulter You might want to at least TRY not to scream "I'm a racist"
— Lora A. (@llexuus) November 8, 2016
.@AnnCoulter What does it feel like to be cartoonishly evil?
— sonia saraiya (@soniasaraiya) November 8, 2016
It’s worth noting that when conservative presidential hopeful Evan McMullin tweeted this over the weekend:
We need a new conservative movement that doesn't care about color of your skin, that embraces you for who you are. https://t.co/Ilqd0IP6Lh
— Evan McMullin (@Evan_McMullin) November 6, 2016
He was calling for a movement that harkens back to the best of conservatism. The kind of conservatism that appeals to all races and religions. The conservatism that embraces liberty and the values that have made this nation great. Coulter’s — and the alt-right’s — version of “conservatism” is one that is warped beyond recognition. Which version will you choose?