I knew it wouldn't take long for Hal Turner's pal Sean Hannity
to bring out Grand Matron Ann Coulter of the Council of Conservative Citizens alias KKK.
After all, Hannity is a a staunch defender of racist
, but then he is a die-hard, bigot himself. Apparently, Coulter thinks that she is an authority on black people.
Not too long ago, she was an authority on racial profiling. Yup, she said racial profiling was a hoax. I got news for her, there are many black and brown people that think that old Annie needs to quit sipping on Gin and Juice or whatever it is she might be gulping down or snorting because she is beginning to remind folks of that "this is an egg, this Ann's brain" commercial.
In addition, Ann made some rather disturbing comment regarding a few things:
I think there should be a literacy test and a poll tax for people to vote. ~~ Commentary on Hannity & Colmes, Fox News, 1997-08-17~~
It would be a much better country if women did not vote. That is simply a fact. In fact, in every presidential election since 1950 — except Goldwater in '64 — the Republican would have won, if only the men had voted.~~ As quoted in "An appalling magic" in The Guardian (17 May 2003)~
I wonder how she got out of those voter fraud registration cases of hers. A Sugar Daddy, maybe? Must have been fixed, so she wouldn't have to spend any time in the pokey. Nevertheless, Ann is noted for quite a few color aroused comments. Like the one where she said,
"Here's a little inside scoop about white people: We're not thinking about you. Especially WASPs. We think everybody is inferior, and we are perfectly charming about it."
That's a good example of modern day white privilege with added accessories on it. Ann is well aware of her white privilege and doesn't mind flaunting it. Hey, come to think of it Pat Buchanan is quick to say black and brown folks are inferior.
He too is a member of that Council of Conservatives Citizens, so you do not have to be a rocket scientist to figure out Ann's way of thinking regarding non-whites.
Those are just a few comments Ann has made, here is a list of quotes by Ann.
Back before the Civil Rights Movement took place, whites who murdered blacks that were tried in the so-called court of law back then would come to court smiling, joking, and laughing, and the jury would be grinning too. They knew beforehand, that they didn't have anything to worry about. The verdict would come back not guilty because the law was rigged in their favor. It didn't matter how much evidence was presented. In fact, it wouldn't have mattered if they had killed a black person in the court house in front of the sheriff, judge, jury, and citizens. Emmit Till's murderers went free and so did many others