Ann Coulter recently appeared on Fox and Friends to babble her way through allegations that Rachel Maddow and Ed Schultz, both reporter/political commentators for MSNBC, are “cowards” who are “afraid” to debate “smart conservatives.”
The below word salad is a direct quote of the succinct and erudite Coulter:
[box type=”shadow”]“I was talking about I had sent out a tweet, obviously I was talking 100% about MSNBC, it drives me crazy that they never have a half articulate conservative on, and which is you know, ok, you’re living in your little insular world and you end up saying crazy things, but then particularly Rachel Maddow and Ed Schultz are always acting like these big Republican slayers, and Republican will argue with me. So I was up at 3 AM last week, and I see this thing from Ed Schultz saying Republicans are afraid to debate me, so I tweeted back put me on your show you lying there’s nothing wrong with the word I used, I know you’re going to bleep me, so I won’t say it, it’s a synonym for pansy.”[/box]
Coulter was responding to a comment Ed Schultz made on his MSNBC show saying, “Republicans, they’re afraid of me. They don’t want to talk to me, but whatever. I’ll talk to them if they want to talk about it.” He was speaking about the Trans Pacific Partnership, saying it was bad for workers.
Ann Coulter saw the show, and tweeted her response:
Coulter is currently making the conservative talk show rounds stumping for her new book, “Never Trust A Liberal Over 3-Not Even A Republican.”
Coulter’s rant continued as she claimed that MSNBC only invites “conservative stooges” like Todd Harris and Megan McCain. Which is obviously complete, unfiltered and fresh road apple cider. Rand Paul was a regular guest on The Rachel Maddow Show, until an interview where he questioned the Civil Rights Act. Maddow Says she remembers it well because it was the last time Paul spoke to her.
Watch the incoherent zany that is Ann Coulter on Fox and Friends here: