Ann Coulter Tweets about GOP and Jews. RWNJ Commenters Do What They Do.
Normally, I try to avoid paying attention to Ann Coulter, because it’s become increasingly apparent that she’s exhausted all sane commentary and analysis, and become just a performance-art piece on trolling. Still, when she manages to strike a nerve, the reflexive jump from her fans can be informative. (h/t Daily Beast)
Ann Coulter may have been looking for another dose of fame when she tweeted her anti-Semitic take on the GOP debate, but she found a wave of support from anti-Semites craving a pundit to give a sense of legitimacy to their prejudiced views.
Coulter did just that last night, dog-whistling anti-Semites with her response to the repeated mention of support for Israel during the debates.
“How many f—-ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?” Coulter tweeted.
Which then got her approval from David Duke and Ali Khameni - Duke charmingly ties the CONSPIRACY OF TEH JOOS into a larger hatred of Mexicans:
Today Dr. Duke started the show by talking about the controversial Tweets about Republican candidates pandering to Jews by Ann Coulter during last nights Republican debate. She hit the nail on the head regarding pandering on Israel. What remains to be seen is whether she will now expose Jewish responsibility for U.S. immigration policy, which she avoided mentioning in her recent book on immigration.
…while Khameni stays on message with the whole “US is a Zionist puppet” theme.
US govs put their people under Zionists custody.Isn’t it a shame that presidential candidates try to satisfy Zionists&prove their servitude?— khamenei.ir (@khamenei_ir) September 17, 2015
…leading to this wonderful recognition that the right wingers are now finding common cause with the most odious racists and terrorists in their all-consuming devotion to hatred.