Ann Coulter Daydreams About Trump Whacking Jared Kushner
Coulter thinks Kushner wrote the New York Times op-ed denouncing Trump and that he and Ivanka are anticipating a return to a liberal enclave after the Trump administration expires.
Never mind damning with faint praise.
Right-wing provocateur Ann Coulter has hit upon a strange new form of tribute for the 45th president: praising him, if that’s the word, with brash damnation.
“The country will be in very bad shape if Trump doesn’t arise from his torpor and keep his campaign promises,” Coulter, a zealous Trumpkin during the last campaign, writes in her latest book, Resistance Is Futile! How the Trump-Hating Left Lost Its Collective Mind, “but if we get nothing else from his presidency, at least the media will be totally discredited.”
Coulter—who recently admitted that she’s “heartbroken” that the thesis of her 2016 hagiography, In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!, didn’t pan out, especially the president’s failure to build his vaunted wall on the Mexican border—continues: “Trump may be shallow, narcissistic, disloyal, and the crudest kind of braggart, but he’s like chemotherapy for the country: it’s unpleasant to go through, you vomit, your hair falls out—but it kills cancer cells, and you live…[and] everyone on The New York Times’ editorial board will di
nd that’s about the nicest thing Coulter can bring herself to say about her erstwhile hero: he makes you upchuck and go bald, but—metaphorically anyway—he murders elite liberal opinion writers.
In her book, Coulter offers a Jared Kushner assassination fantasy scenario, by way of dismissing the notion that Trump has obstructed justice by firing FBI Director James Comey and offering sneaky hints of presidential pardons to the targets of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
“If Trump realized that Jared Kushner was ruining his presidency and shot him, and then he fired the U.S. attorney investigating the crime, that would be a textbook case of obstruction of justice,” Coulter writes. “If he offered to pardon witnesses in exchange for their agreement to blame Steve Bannon for shooting Kushner—again: excellent example of obstruction of justice…But Trump hasn’t shot Kushner, and he probably won’t, since he doesn’t even realize that Kushner is wrecking his presidency.”