Last year, Ann Coulter took the gloves off following Michelle Obama’s commencement address at Tuskegee University. Appearing on the Fox News program Hannity, Coulter spoke to Sean Hannity about the First Lady’s comments, which she characterized as “Rev. Wright”-esque. “Will she be too angry? Too loud? Too emasculating?” Michelle said, referring to some of those racial stereotypes she was weighed against. For Ann Coulter, it was an eye-rolling moment. “Yes, America does owe black America for slavery, for the Democratic policies of Jim Crow,” Coulter said. “But I think we’ve – we’re making it up now, when you’re getting admitted to Princeton when you can’t read, is that enough yet?”
Recently, the conservative pundit was at it again, telling Hannity that she was “right” when she made last-year’s comments, after the host reminded her of her words. “I seriously don’t know how much longer people are going to keep trying to catch me in a lie, because, you’d think it’s pretty clear by now that what I’ve been saying all along is the truth – admittedly, a not very pleasant truth – but truth nonetheless,” she argued. “Not only have we been repaying our debt to black America for decades now, but I’m even willing to go so far as to argue we’ve overpaid them significantly. In fact, if my math is right – they’re the ones who owe us once again.”
“Although, if we’re being completely honest, part of that newly formed debt has been somewhat paid-off in November,” she added. Asked to elaborate, Coulter explained that the fact that a percentage of black people actually went out and voted for Donald Trump “proves that black people always preferred white people as their masters.” “And well, we can’t deny them that, can we?” she asked shamelessly. “After all, when they openly display support to a white presidential candidate, for me that’s a clear sign that they no longer want one of their own to be calling all the shots.”
She continued, “Now, I’m not going to go into the how and why of it and whether or not that has anything to do with vanity, but the end result is pretty clear: black people want Donald Trump to be the president of all of us. And I am very happy about that. They’ve finally come to their senses and have abandoned the ridiculous notion that one of their own could do the job of POTUS just as good as a white person can. And one might even be tempted to argue that that goes for all non-blacks; however, I still think Donald Trump is unique in that sense. He has managed to win their support not because he’s made promises to deport Mexicans out of the country, but because the man is an epitome of fairness and equality.”
“Of course, the fact that they voted for him, which, let’s face it – nobody saw that coming, but the fact that it actually happened could also be because he promised to offer Ben Carson to be secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. And that’s perfectly fine. They all know that they’re much better followers than they are leaders, and they’ve finally started acting like it. They’re not cut out to be Presidents; that’s fine. They can handle having a high-ranking black secretary – so be it. They bit off more than they could chew with Obama; I think they’re on the right track with Carson and the fact that he’ll still be taking orders from a white guy,” she concluded.