Ann Coulter isn't content with being an anti-Semite, rampages across Twitter shouting at Muslims and attacking Bill Clinton

The woman is incapable of self-censorship, so it should surprise no one that Twitter's not the best idea for her

By Scott Eric Kaufman
May 20, 2016 4:05PM (UTC)
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Ann Coulter (AP/Cliff Owen)

As any objective observer long ago learned, Ann Coulter is incapable of self-censorship, so it should surprise no one that mere days after delivering an antisemitic rant on BBC 4 Radio, she used Twitter to launch attacks against Muslims and Bill Clinton.

First, she mocked late Republican Senator Bob Bennett's decision to apologize to Muslims on behalf of his party for the manner in which they were characterized:


Later, apparently unsatisfied with the level of ire she had stirred up, she went on the offensive against Bill Clinton:

Still unsatisfied, she began repeating herself like a broken Furby, spouting what seemed to be language, but was actually just the same input being shouted slightly differently:

She later attempted to explain herself by way of attacking others:


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