The woman who is so proud of how white she and her Republican Party are, went on Hannity on Wednesday night to denigrate foreigners who live in the U.S.A. Since they are not white, they are inferior, and who better than Sean Klannity to affirm her malevolent prejudice? She appeared on Jorge Ramos' network to discuss her next sadistic book and praised the "Mexican" for doing the lord's work. From her site:
I finally found a Mexican willing to do a job no American will do! I have an explosive book on the No. 1 issue in the country coming out next week, I've already written 10 New York Times best-sellers -- I'd be on a postage stamp if I were a liberal -- but can't get an interview on ABC, NBC or CBS.
Only Mexican-born Jorge Ramos would interview me on his Fusion network. Yay, Jorge!
My soon-to-be-released book, "Adios, America! The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole," is jam-packed with facts you didn't already know. Don't even think of using it as a coaster, like those other books.
It's not that these networks refuse to interview you, Ms. Coulter, it's that your version of both sides of an issue are completely contrived. The debate is not whether immigrants are terrible people, it's how to handle their immigration status. Ann Coulter has inserted her brown-phobic hatred for other cultures and seeks to be the queen of irrelevant bigots that populate her party. Since no one else dares to write 'books' so openly filled with white supremacy, she easily earns the Queen of the Bigots title.
Right off the bat, Hannity plays her most inflammatory remark from the Ramos interview. Claiming ISIS is less of a threat than immigrants, she said,
"If you don't want to be killed by ISIS, don't go to Syria. If you don't want to be killed by a Mexican, there's nothing I can tell you.
I've transcribed a few lines from the interview, in case listening to her makes you feel queasy.
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Coulter: You cannot hear both sides of the immigration debate and I want the debate.
Hannity: What is your point?
Coulter: I discovered how much information is being hidden from the American public. (Even though it's not) Most people know none of these facts (from her site, which claims Democrats want to increase their numbers by making the country less affluent).
Hannity decides this is the perfect time to fear-monger about all he's seen at the border while traipsing around with Governor Oops. He mentions the various means of transport like: helicopter, boat, underground tunnels, patrolling the border on foot and 'visiting' the drug holding rooms. Obviously, he knows how dangerous those Mexicans are.
Hannity: I want to go to the exchange that many are talking about: fearing immigrants more than ISIS. Are you saying people are genetically inferior and pre-disposed to commit crimes?
Coulter: No, that's not what I'm saying...There are different cultures, some cultures are successful, obviously ours' is massively successful. We are bringing in people from backwards, primitive cultures and then expecting them to just miraculously turn into middle class Americans with hundreds of years of a cultural history behind it. No, we are bringing in people with very different traditions, which I go into great detail in my book...the media cover up, the government cover up: not giving us basic information about people "THEY" are bringing into this country in order to change it into a direction that is more favorably disposed to vote for the Democrats. (It's 100% about voting).
The main purpose of her evil book: to appeal to all the tinfoil hat-wearing, Alex Jones-conspiracy theorists that it's the Democrats trying to make the country more ethnically diverse to win elections. However, we know that's actually the tale wagging the dog. Realistically, and Ann knows this but wants to reshape the discussion, the people that come into this country are not fooled by the xenophobic, fundamentalist party of the 1%. Of course they will vote Democratic, not because they were 'recruited,' but because they see the clear superiority of a Democratic Party that doesn't toss them aside like the GOP, who treats them like chattel.
To show that she most assuredly has the most minuscule amount of humanity in that painfully thin frame, Hannity plays a clip from the Ramos forum where an undocumented immigrant asks her for a hug to show their shared humanity. She says, no, let's get on with the questioning. Later, she claims she was sick, but we know she wouldn't want to get any brown on her pure white ego.