Ann Coulter is a famous figure in the “Conservative” movement with a reputation for making bold and unfiltered statements in comparison with the majority of other figures. As we have pointed out, she has a history of supporting eugenics and other anti-life ideas.
For many years, she strongly supported Trump’s presidential campaign. However, now three years in, she has turned against him, saying in a recent statement responding to the President’s declaration of a “national emergency” that “the only national emergency is that our president is an idiot” according to a report:
Ann Coulter fired back at President Trump on Friday, stating that “the only national emergency is that our president is an idiot” in a radio interview on Friday afternoon.
Coulter was responding to Trump’s comment earlier on Friday calling out the conservative firebrand as being “off the reservation.” He made the remark during a press conference at the White House after he declared a national emergency on the southern border.
“Thank God he’s relieved me of any responsibility for what he’s been doing,” Coulter told KABC’s Morning Drive on Friday. “That was the biggest favor anyone could do [for] me today.”
“It was one thing, the promise he made every single day at every single speech. Forget the fact that he’s digging his own grave,” Coulter added. “The only national emergency is that our president is an idiot.”
Coulter, the author of 2016’s “In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!,” has railed against the bipartisan spending deal that passed Congress this week, which was signed by Trump earlier on Friday.
Trump said at his press conference that he hardly knew Coulter, a staunch and early supporter of his presidential campaign, when asked about what influence she and talk show hosts Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity had over his policy decisions.
“Ann Coulter, I don’t know her. I hardly know her. I haven’t spoken to her in way over a year,” Trump replied. “But the press loves saying, ‘Ann Coulter.’ ”
“Probably if I did speak to her, she’d be very nice. I just don’t have the time to speak to her. I would speak to her. I have nothing against her,” he continued.
“In fact, I like her for one reason. When they asked her right at the beginning, ‘Who’s going to win the election?’ She said, ‘Donald Trump.’ And the two people that asked her that question smiled. They said, ‘You’re kidding, aren’t you?’ Nope. Donald Trump. So I like her.”
There are many things that clearly Coulter is wrong about. That said, her statement here is proof that even a broken clock is right twice a day.
All respect to President Trump, he has been given his chance to show himself to realize his campaign promises and to truly make greater efforts at improving the overall condition of the country. He has shown himself to do none of this, but to simply advance and significantly worsen the condition of the nation while covering it with a reality-TV like political show to distract people.
Building a wall on the Mexican border would not be an effective means of “keeping people out” not because a physical barrier in an ineffective means of separating one thing from another, but because of the fact that a wall is as only as secure as those who guard her gates. This was the example in the ancient world with the city of Troy and the infamous “Trojan horse,” for as the story goes from Virgil’s Aenid, Odysseus and a group of men were hidden inside of a wooden horse as a gift given by the Greeks to the city-state of Troy after a failed ten-year siege of the city. When nightfall came, Odysseus and his men climbed out of the horse and secretly opened the city gates, allowing the Greek army to march inside and take the city.
The same is the issue with the Mexican border, and the people to be concerned about would not be the Mexicans or the US Border Patrol, but military intelligence because as a part of black operations in Central America, the US has a long history of aiding drugs and weapons trafficking to and from those nations. Truly, a wall is only as good as the integrity of the men behind her gates.
That said, Trump’s main campaign promise was to “build the wall.” This was the slogan that got him elected into office and is what people voted for him based on. There can be no denying this, and it does not matter whether or not one believes that such a wall should be built, because as a majority voted for him based on this, an ostensible majority are likewise angry at him for his clear refusal to build the wall and to chalk up said actions to political bickering. Even the Democrats, which clearly appear to be “throwing” the election based on their actions, cannot be blamed for this because of the attitude that Trump has portrayed and the priorities which he has shown while in office.
Things would not be “better” under a Democrat President, but they are certainly not going to be any better under Trump or even a different Republican one. As I noted in November 2018:
The degeneracy of the left wing and Democrat party is well-known and manifestly visible to all who see. However, as noted, the Republican party is no less susceptible to the same tendencies, albeit at a more drawn out rate to give the impression there is less when it is not so. Just as if the Democrat party is “socialism” and “degeneracy,” the Republican party is “socialism-lite” and “degeneracy-lite”. (source)
When the cameras are off and the phones are away from public eye, Democrats and Republicans all go to the same bars and restaurants where they laugh with each other about the scam that is their political office and how they are deceiving the people who they claim to represent.
Ann Coulter holds to many ideas that are objectively evil and should be called out. To that extent, even her statement about Trump is not entirely true. It is true there is no national emergency, but Trump is not an idiot. To the contrary, he is a willing actor in the political show of the USA who is advancing an already decided upon course of events by financial and industrial interests decades ago, which is the trajectory of another war in combination with the revival of eugenics as a part of the new darwinism.