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Ann Coulter: Murdering Abortion Providers is the Only Way to Fight Judicial Tyranny

‘Abortion clinic violence is akin to the Tiananmen Square protests’
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LGF Pages author Ausador pointed out this article at the Daily Caller, where they’re gloating over Ann Coulter’s newest screed with a list of the Top 10 shocking things in Ann Coulter’s book ‘Demonic’ that will drive liberals crazy.

Coulter’s been eclipsed lately by some of the female GOP politicians on the scene, giving her competition for the Most Extreme Distaff Wingnut label. But if these excerpts from her book are accurate, she’s now pretty openly making excuses for fanatical murderers, saying that violence against abortion providers is a natural reaction to “judicial tyranny” — and likening abortion clinic violence to the Tienanmen Square protests.

Very nasty stuff. Has it driven me crazy? Well, that’s a pretty short drive, but my reaction is closer to weary disgust.

“But more important, abortion clinic violence should not be filed under ‘Political Violence’ at all. It should be filed under ‘Things Liberals Won’t Let Americans Vote On.’…When there is no legal process for pro-lifers to pursue to outlaw abortion – unlike every policy liberals violently protest – some pro-lifers will inevitably respond to lawlessness with lawlessness,” Coulter writes. “In the first few years after [Planned Parenthood v. Casey], about six more people were killed in attacks on abortion clinics. Most of the abortionists were shot or, depending upon your point of view, had a procedure performed on them with a rifle.”

“There were no more constitutional options left to fight judicial tyranny on the little matter of mass murder,” she concludes.  “Thus, abortion clinic violence is more akin to the Tiananmen Square protests in Communist China than any liberal riot in America. Want to stop violence at abortion clinics? Repeal Roe and let Americans vote.”

Related:
Coulter: ‘I Don’t Think of It As a Murder’
Ann Coulter and the Council of Conservative Citizens
Ann Coulter and the Council of Conservative Citizens, Part Deux

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