Monday night on Hannity, Ann Coulter shared her opinions on President Obama‘s foreign policy, from Syria to Benghazi, with Sean Hannity. Coulter also weighed in on the South Carolina Democrat who recently said he wants to send Governor Nikki Haley “back wherever the hell she came from,” a “racist” comment she insisted would never have been made by a Republican.
First off, Hannity asked Coulter what she thought about President Obama’s “meaningless, little red line in the sand” over Syria using chemical weapons. She called the episode “very embarrassing” and lamented the fact that “our country is always put in a more dangerous position after Democrats have been in the White House.” She even went so far as to blame Obama’s handling of the Iraq War, which he effectively ended, for exacerbating the situation in Syria.
On the Benghazi issue, Coulter went after the media for their role in the alleged “cover-up.” She said, “this ought to be a turning point for the media. I mean, this couldn’t have happened if it were a Republican president, because the media would not have allowed a Republican administration to openly lie to the American people about the attack on our embassy.” Unfortunately, given the media’s role in the run-up to the Iraq War in 2003, that might be a flawed premise as well.
Finally, Hannity turned to the comments made by South Carolina Democratic Chairman Dick Harpootlian about Governor Haley last week. “No Republican would say it,” Coulter insisted. “This is classic Democratic behavior.” While Hannity conceded that people in the Republican Party have been known to say “stupid things,” Coulter said that “racism is endemic to the Democratic Party.”
Doing her best impression of a Democrat, Coulter closed out the segment by saying, “Yes, we have you all on welfare and have destroyed the black family in America so we don’t owe you anything else. Just keep voting for us and don’t expect us to do anything for you, black Americans.”
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