On Friday, the infamous Ann Coulter, the woman who piggybacked off of Trump’s success by calling her fall-release book “In Trump we Trust,” proclaimed that she sees a Trump sell-out coming, but that his voters are not to blame for anything that is to come.
Coulter shared a message on her ever-active Twitter account in which she said that she sees Trump’s sell-out impending, but that she doesn’t feel anyone who believed in the man are to blame.
Sounds like the big sell-out is coming. Oh well. The voters did what we could. If Trump sells out, it’s not our fault. https://t.co/tdMpAuDaRI
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) December 2, 2016
Pardon my French, but what utter and complete bullsh*t. Coulter has been an undying champion for Trump, joining the ranks of the most devoted. She’s even got a book exclusively about him, for Christ sake!
And Coulter is not some empty-headed babbler. For all of her horrific beliefs and statements, she knew that when she looked at Trump, she was looking at a man with a low level of moral character and a need for admiration, dominance, and more money than he already had.
To pretend as if she, and the millions of others who voted for Trump, might somehow be exempt from any blame for the horrible things Trump will no doubt do is utterly preposterous. Coulter knew what Trump was capable of, but she refused to see it because it was blocked by the giant idea of a wall to keep out undocumented immigrants.
And at any rate, the idea of Coulter, queen of conflict and quick blame, feigning some sort of passivity concerning Trump’s missteps is cute. If it were literally anyone else, she would have their head on a stick. But not dear Trump, not while she still has scores of books to sell.