For many, their first inclination is to offer no sympathy to women whom you feel have represented an evil and repugnant organization, but when women like Megyn Kelly and Gretchen Carlson speak out about corruption and victimization at Fox News, we owe it to all women and all instances of sexual assault to sit up and take notice.
Which is why when Ann Coulter, a non-employee of Fox who has frequently appeared on the network, made comments about Ailes in response to his assault case and network ouster, we sat up and took notice as well.
Coulter, who has made a name for herself by being as hateful and as diabolical as possible, spoke out against Ailes to the Huffington Post. Coulter said that the allegations being lodged against Ailes currently are nothing at all compared to the stories she has heard from other women who work at Fox over the years.
When The Huffington Post described the litany of allegations being lodged against Ailes, Coulter replied incredulously,
“Oh boy, I have better details than that, from every woman who has ever been employed by Fox, which I have not.”
Just in case you worry that Coulter may be turning a corner and might start acting like a rational, human person, note this:
Sticking true to her evil and catty nature, Coulter didn’t finish the brief interview before lashing out at Kelly for waiting so long to come forward about her own sexual issues with Ailes.
“I guess she waited for him to be out before she spoke up. very brave of Megyn to wait until the last moment.”
Well, as they say, the enemy of my enemy is my friend. Can Coulter be on the side of Fox-haters everywhere for one brief moment in time? What a time to be alive.