Coulter: GOP Should Hide Their Candidates So Media Can’t ‘Ridicule And Demonize’ Them
Ann Coulter appeared on Fox Business Network’s America’s Nightly Scoreboard with some advice for Republican primary voters. Coulter told them they “need to concentrate on Governors” in the race, because even though she likes Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain a lot, she doesn’t think either have the necessary credentials or experience to go all the way.
Coulter also spent some describing how environmental groups are “fanatics” and wondered “couldn’t we save a lot of money getting rid of the EPA?” Yet her harshest remarks were saved for the mainstream media, as she sensed their claws are already coming out for the Republican frontrunners:
“I would prefer for Republicans to hide who they are running for President and only announce it like a month before the election, so you don’t have time for the entire mainstream media to belittle, attack, ridicule and demonize whomever our candidate is.”
As for her personal pick regarding who should be the Republican candidate, she insisted that many large Republican donors are just like her: “dying for a Governor from New Jersey to jump in around mid-November.” Despite how “lovable” Chris Christie seems to be with many in the media, maybe he’s actually listening to Coulter’s advice and still planning to enter as late as possible?
Watch the clip from Fox Business below:
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