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Ann Coulter Has Another Hoof and Mouth Moment: “Civil rights are for blacks” ONLY

GOProud’s homoCON darling Ann Coulter who appeared on This Week with George Stephanopoulos to plug one of her crazy right wing manifesto books that she pumps out a bi-weekly basis called  Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama (soon to be in a Walmart Bargain Bin near you!) where the claimed that  gays, immigrants and yes even women have “commandeered the civil rights movement”.

Coulter said that she thought that “civil rights  are for blacks” because the U.S. has a “legacy of slavery and Jim Crow laws.”

She added, “We don’t owe the homeless. We don’t  owe feminists. We  don’t owe women who are desirous of having abortions, or gays  who want  to get married to one another.” She said that “much of the  left…dropped the blacks after five minutes” to argue for “civil  rights” for  other groups of people.

Stephanopoulos interrupted Coulter asking,  “Immigrant rights are not  civil rights?” Coulter confirmed that she only thinks  “civil rights are  for blacks.”

She argued, “What have we done to the immigrants?  We owe black people something. We have a legacy of slavery. Immigrants haven ‘t even been  in this country.”

Ann must think that she’s qualified to speak on matters of discrimination since she is a bigot herself.

ABC’s This Week Facebook page was deluged with complaints about her mere presence.


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