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May 16, 2018



DAILYKENN.com -- Some solutions are simply too simple? 


Apparently newsweek.com disagrees. 

The story begins by citing Ann Coulter's "seven figure fortune" she earned by bashing leftism. 

More accurately, Ann Coulter has the Midas touch for prompting media attention. Newsweek — with presumed reluctance  — helped promote Coulter's writing and speaking business by giving her attention. 

"If you shoot one to encourage the others, maybe they’ll learn, but otherwise, we’ll see, we’ll see," she said, noting that President Donald Trump's proposed border wall was a more preferable option.
If someone breaks into you home, deadly force is an option. If someone breaks into your nation, deadly force is an option. Poland learned that lesson in 1939 when the Soviet Union launched WWII by invading their eastern front. 

Celebritynetworth.com says Coulter is worth about $8.5-million. 

From Newsweek.com ▼


Coulter, who has made a seven-figure fortune railing against progressive causes, has been one of the most public—and harshest—critics of illegal immigration. It's not the first time the conservative firebrand has proposed shooting migrants trying to enter the U.S. illegally. In an interview with radio program Right Wing Watch, Coulter suggested that using gunfire would send a warning. 

"If you shoot one to encourage the others, maybe they’ll learn, but otherwise, we’ll see, we’ll see," she said, noting that President Donald Trump's proposed border wall was a more preferable option.

Although she was a staunch advocate for Trump during the 2016 election, Coulter has seemingly become disillusioned with the blustery business mogul—in large part due to her disappointment with the president's treatment of DACA and illegal immigration. In January, she opined that the president's meeting with Democrats on the issue was the nadir of Trump's presidency. 




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