Ann Coulter Says Donald Trump Will Protect US From 'Latin American Rape Culture'

Ann Coulter Says Donald Trump Will Protect US From ‘Latin American Rape Culture’

Ann Coulter appeared on MSNBC’s Hardballyesterday, where she hyper-supported Donald Trumpagain by dismissing the latest controversies and negative poll numbers against him.

The conservative commentator sat opposite Charlie Sykes, who took some #NeverTrump shots by saying that the candidates’ abortion pivoting and his anti-immigration plans belie his lack of substantive consideration on the issues. This was not Sykes and Coulter’s first exchange, as Real Clear Politics reported on a prior discussion between the two where Coutler called Trump’s initial abortion stance “fabulous.”

When Chris Matthews asked Coulter about the latest Trump pile-ons, she responded that it was the mogul’s opposition that actually lacked substance, and that Trump is clearly pro-life now. Since this is Ann Coulter though, she eventually made her way back to her unapologetic hardline on illegal immigrants by saying that Trump’s wall is the only way to keep out the rapists.

“If Donald Trump was running for state legislature in the year 2060 after Roe v. Wade was overturned and happens to be in a place that will pass those laws, that’s a relevant question,” Coulter said. “I think I’d be a lot more upset that women are going to get a lot more abortions if we don’t close our border with Mexico and bring in all of Latin American rape culture.”

 

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