Ann Coulter, returning to the coven of Fox News, stated that many prominent folks in the GOP are not interested in winning or retaining seats in Congress.
She is referring to primaries where more conservative candidates take on established officials, many who have served for a long time and have gained influence in Washington.
Well, the earth did not slip off its axis, but Coulter is generally correct in her analysis.
It is called being primaried and some ultra conservative Republicans are facing challenges from candidates that are not only more right-wing, but crazy and hate filled as well.
Even though the GOP has successfully gerrymandered house seats that support the likes of Louie Gohmert and Steve King, sitting Senators who serve the entire state, can face ridiculous opponents, lose, and then the Democrats win in November.
Coulter cites Liz Cheney, who sinking her vampire teeth into the family name, is taking on a very conservative senator in a state where she does not reside. Correction, she recently moved and thus lives to Wyoming.
To prove that she does not truly understand the situation, Coulter blamed Republicans consultants more than Tea Party fanatics for this scenario.
Extreme candidates who have not been able to keep quiet long enough to win the general election have hurt the Congress just by existing. Too many politicians, who care more about their power than their constituents and could be felled in the primary, dance further to the right to offset such challenges.
Then the crazies that do get elected take the country hostage.
Watch the clip.