Ann Coulter: Women Shouldn’t Have The Right To Vote (AUDIO)

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Ann Coulter consistently demonstrates what a horrible human being she is, and her recent appearance on the radio show Free Speech with Gavin McInnes supports this fact better than anything.

Coulter, who recently wrote an anti-immigration book called, Adios, America!, seemed an unlikely guest of the show, considering that McInnes is an immigrant from Canada — but he happily joined the conservative political commentator in bashing America’s southern neighbors. When the conversation didn’t seem like it could get any uglier, McInnes asked his guest about women voters.

Coulter had just spoken at length about America’s demographics and how immigration had resulted in more democratic voters and Obama’s victory over Mitt Romney in 2012 when McInnes blamed women voters for being “the other big problem.” He asked the far-right pundit:

“Women have the right to vote. But should they vote?”

Coulter said, “Well as you know, my position is women should not have the right to vote.” Chuckling, she added, “It’s very popular on college campuses.” She also said that although women shouldn’t vote, “We can still write books! We can run for office.”

McInnes reiterated, “You just can’t vote” before the conversation moved on to say that poor people who rely on social security should also have their voting rights taken away from them. You can listen to the awful exchange between Coulter and McInnes below:

How someone can have the right to run for office but not the right to vote is mind-baffling, but makes perfect sense to Coulter’s troll-like, hypocritical mentality.

Coulter’s disgustingly oppressive views against her own gender aren’t a surprise. The far-right bigot has a history of misogynistic views toward women, and demonstrated this in 2007 when she said, “If we took away women’s right to vote, we’d never have to worry about another Democrat president.” She has also previously targeted liberal women and accused single women of “voting so stupidly” and revealed that it was her own twisted “personal fantasy” that women would lose their right to vote.

Reprinted with permission from Addicting Info



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