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Ann Coulter Bring Back Our Girls parody enrages Twitter users (Photos)

Ann Coulter has ignited a Twitter firestorm due to her recent antics. Her epic fail in trying to protest the #Bring Back Our Girls movement, which is being championed by Michelle Obama and award-winning actress Anne Hathaway, has enraged thousands of Twitter users. Many consider Ann Coulter as being one of the biggest conservative trolls and this was confirmed on Sunday when Coulter attempted to mock "Bring Back Our Girls" by posing for a photo while holding a sign that read..."#Bring Back Our Country." As MarketWatch points out, she got a taste of her own medicine and the Twitter community relentlessly clowned the conservative commentator.

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To those unfamiliar with the matter, Coulter's tweet of her holding a picture with the words “#Bring Back Our Country,” is a witless reference to the twitter campaign established to raise awareness for the over 200 young girls who were kidnapped by Islamic extremists in Nigeria using the hashtag # "Bring Back Our Girls."Shortly after Coulter tweeted the photo, Twitter users instantly (and hilariously) mocked the photo by submitting hundreds of their own photoshopped versions of the selfie with sayings such as:"#BringBackMyIntegrity,” “Please Pay Attention To Me,” “#PathologicallyEntitled” and "I'm a miserable person who peddles hate to make money off dumb republicans."

Coulter wasn't the only one who made an effort to ridicule the "Bring Back Our Girls" campaign. Fox News contributor George Will on Sunday also scoffed at the social media movement. During a segment of Fox News Sunday, Will said... “I do not know how adults stand there facing a camera and say, ‘Bring Back Our Girls.’ Are these barbarians in the wilds of Nigeria supposed to check their Twitter accounts and say, ‘Uh-oh Michelle Obama is very cross with us, we better change our behavior?’”

The media frenzy caused by the disappearance of the Nigerian girls has gained worldwide attention. Several agencies have confirmed that the terrorist group Boko Haram abucted the girls from their school in northern Nigeria. The Inquisitr wrote that although some girls escaped, a majority are still being held in an undisclosed location. Their current status is unknown and many fear the worst.

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