Thursday, February 18, 2016

Hey Ann Coulter . . . Donald Trump = Christine O'Donnell

ann coulter is an idiot

As Ann Coulter continues her never-ending book selling tour, breathlessly supporting the disaster that is Donald Trump for President, I realized an interesting similarity in recent political events -- Donald Trump is 2016's version of Christine O'Donnell.

If you've listened to or read any of Ann's frequent assaults on the Tea Party, she never hesitates to bring up the specter of Christine O'Donnell's ill-fated run at the U.S. Senate.

With Tea Party backing, O'Donnell defeated mainstream Republican Mike Castle, Coulter's choice btw, for the Republican nomination for that particular Senate seat.

What's that you say? Why, yes . . . Ann Coulter was for establishment Republicans before she was against them. Because they were electable you see. And her position was just get a Republican instead of a Democrat in the seat and go from there. But she's completely reversed her position now because . . . book sales!

Coulter was on every show she could get booked on, talking about O'Donnell's various financial scandals, her stupid comments on Bill Maher's show about dabbling in witchcraft, and every other public foible in O'Donnell's life.

In the end, O'Donnell lost a race that should have been a shoe-in for Republicans to Democrat Chris Coons by double digits, 57% - 40%. A fact Coulter brings up to this day when she lashes out with haughty superiority at the Tea Party and their blind support for outsider candidates.

Any of that seem hauntingly familiar to you now, Ann? A polarizing candidate, with no qualifications for the position he's running for . . . a past full of financial scandals and disasters . . . blindly supported by voters looking for an outsider despite the fact he has no chance of winning a general election?

Should Trump win this nomination and go on to lose the general election, when people line up to bash you Ann, we're going to hold up Trump as your Christine O'Donnell moment.

You read it here, first.

Oh my goodness, I almost forgot . . . need some more synchronicity between Trump and O'Donnell? Check out the title of her autobiography:

Troublemaker: Let's Do What It Takes to Make America Great Again

How freaky is that?

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