Ann Coulter's deranged Indiana freakout: Blasts Christians who would rather "change bedpans of Ebola patients" than stand up for anti-gay pizza parlor

Coulter and Bill O'Reilly condemned the "war on Christianity" which is not a thing

Published April 3, 2015 1:30PM (EDT)

Ann Coulter                      (AP/Cliff Owen)
Ann Coulter (AP/Cliff Owen)

On Thursday evening's edition of "The O'Reilly Factor," host Bill O'Reilly and Ann Coulter had a conversation that was essentially one of those reverb loops that happens when you put a cellphone near a speaker or an idiot near another idiot.

O'Reilly wanted to discuss the "war on Christianity," (a made-up thing) that was apparent when an Indiana pizza place refused to serve gay couples, which prompted national outcry.

"It's Christianity that the left hates most of all because that is the foundation of our country and all of our freedoms come from that," Coulter said. "The rest of the world is a cesspool of violence and atrocities. This is the most consequential nation on Earth and the fact that these Christians would rather get praise from the New York Times and Nicholas Kristof by changing bedpans of Ebola patients in Nigeria, rather than stand up to the New York Times and fight against abortion and fight against these bullies, and I don't think it's gay bullies, I think it's as you call them, secular progressives or liberals. The media, they're the ones who are trying to tear down this country by going directly at the heart of America which is Christianity."

She continued: "The small town owners of pizzeria have more Christian courage than most Christian leaders and certainly the Republican party."

And she is so right. As it says in the Gospel of Luke, "Thou shalt not serve pizza, the stupidest food, at a gay wedding."

By Joanna Rothkopf

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