Ann Coulter Trashes Comey: ‘A Gigantic, Pompous Fruitcake’
On Sirius XM‘s POTUS channel, Mediaite founder and ABC News Chief Legal Affairs Anchor Dan Abrams asked provocative conservative commentator Ann Coulter whether she believed the content contained in the Comey memos.
“I’m not sure I trust James Comey as a reliable narrator,” Coulter replied. “Mostly based on him just being a gigantic, pompous fruitcake.”
“Every interaction I think he has from the time he was in kindergarten was him bravely speaking truth to power,” she added, her voice dripping with contempt.
Coulter also took a moment to ask why “all these liberal books [have] pompous titles,” citing Joe Wilson‘s The Politics of Truth and, of course, the title of Comey’s book, A Higher Loyalty.
“He’s self-aggrandizing, he’s standing up to power, everyone else is dirty and compromised, but he alone will speak the truth because he’ll tell his grandchildren what his north star was,” Coulter said in a mock-hifalutin voice as Abrams giggled.
Listen above, via Sirius XM.
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