Ann Coulter Insists Trump’s Next SCOTUS Nominee ‘Has To Be a Man’ After Kavanaugh Confirmation
On Friday night, Ann Coulter argued that despite the fiery Kavanaugh confirmation that took place last month, the next Supreme Court nominee should be a man.
It was reported earlier in the evening that Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) made another criminal referral to the DOJ against a woman who made an anonymous rape allegation against now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who admitted to the committee that the letter she wrote making the allegations was a “ploy” and that she just sought attention.
The conservative commentator then listed several fake rape allegations like the Duke Lacrosse team, UVA, as well as “mattress girl” at Columbia University and pointed out how the false accusers typically don’t get prosecuted.
However, Coulter pivoted to an argument that not many people have made since Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court.
“I think this is why contrary to what everyone else will be telling President Trump, the next nominee he gets to the Supreme Court, I don’t care whom he is replacing, it has to be a man because we know know what the left’s playbook is,” Coulter told Laura Ingraham. “And they did 29 years ago to Justice Thomas, they did it again to now-Justice Kavanaugh. People are gonna say, ‘Pick a woman!’ What, because liberals love women so much like they love you and me, Laura. They love Sarah Palin.”
That had the Fox News host laughing.
“If they try to pull another false rape allegation, I don’t think anybody is going to buy it in the next few years,” Coulter continued. “It absolutely should be a man.”
Watch the clip above, via Fox News.
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