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Published On: Thu, May 15th, 2014

Ann Coulter: ‘How about Michelle Obama have ‘#I’m Married to an idiot’

Hashtag frenzy continues in the world of Republican pundit, Ann Coulter as she appeared on FOX News Hannity show last night.

coulterOf course, Coulter (and Hannity for that matter) have a huge problem with the First Lady Michelle Obama and others posing in photos, holding a placard saying #Bringbackourgirls. You may recall, Coulter did a parody of this holding a placard saying #Bringbackourcountry, for which she faced some criticism.

So Hannity felt this so important he devoted a segment to the topic, and Coulter took off on one of her typical tirades:

“It’s utterly pathetic and embarrassing,” Coulter said. “I mean, this guy Obama has done to America in eight years what it took 100 years to do to the British empire.”

“We’ve lost our power throughout the world, and these idiots think that a hashtag is some major policy initiative,” she continued. She suggested first lady Michelle Obama’s next hashtag campaign should read “I’m married to an idiot.” WATCH.

Clearly Hannity is looking for ratings on his generally dull show and knows that Coulter’s bombastic approach draws the attention of anyone looking for sensationalism.

#Bringbackourgirls is a worldwide movement in response to the Boko Haram kidnapping of hundreds of Christian girls from their Nigerian village, part of the campaign across the country to gain control and bring forth an Islamic State, also called a caliphate.

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  1. A Humble Voice says:

    People like Ann Coulter are too deranged and delusional to make any judgment about anyone. Americans need to concentrate on relevant details and logical thinking, by maintaining a sense of balance and fairness on a personal level without turning to the nut-gone-flakes for their answers (certainly even this statement is too much attention to allot them). Although social networking is a poor substitute for having an actual sense of humanity–it’s a better choice than fusing one’s thoughts to those of the right wing soulless lizard shells. For their sake, I hope there’s social networking in hell.

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