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Friday, November 18, 2011

Ann Coulter and Her Awful Comments About Occupy

Posted By on Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 4:10 PM

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If we can credit Ann Coulter with anything, it's giving people new reasons to despise her -- and that's being polite. She proved her ability to stir up a white-hot hatred among people again when she went on San Francisco's KSFO this morning where she talked about her new book and of course, her take on the Occupy Movement.

Our sister blog, the Exhibitionist, gives readers

a brief list of blistering comments that spilled  from Coulter's mouth when talking to Byran Sussman.

But of all the dumbass stuff she spewed about Occupy, this one might be the absolute worst:

"Remember the lesson from my book: It just took a few shootings at Kent State to shut that down for good."

If you are a masochist of any kind, you should definitely read the complete list of horrible things she had to say while on the air. Fox News should like this one.

Or, we could just leave you with this eloquent quote from Esquire, which refers to Coulter as conservative with a "white-supremacist career."

"This is not a fit person to bring into the public discussion of anything. This is a vicious evil woman who would sell her grayhaired granny to the Somali pirates for 15 minutes worth of airtime."

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Erin Sherbert has been Online News Editor for SF Weekly since 2010. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.


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