CNN's Piers Morgan asked Coulter yesterday on his talk show if she was uncomfortable that her "old buddies over at Fox News" are getting in hot water over the issue. Coulter likes it hot and told Morgan, "No, I'm insanely jealous of Megyn Kelly. I wish liberals would jump on me for saying something so obvious."
Consider your self jumped. Coulter was asked if she thinks Santa and Jesus are white. "I don't know if you know this, Piers, but a lot of the Santas you see at department stores, those are fakes," Coulter answered. "He lives at the North Pole. You go find black Santa at the North Pole. He's white, Piers."
Coulter, who is often accused of not having any real beliefs, but says inflammatory things because it is good for business.
Meghan McCain questioned Ann Coulter core beliefs. Or if she even has any aside from money.
"Who do I feel is the biggest culprit? Ann Coulter. I straight up don’t understand this woman or her popularity," wrote Meghan McCain some years ago. "Is she for real or not? Are some of her statements just gimmicks to gain publicity for her books or does she actually believe the things she says? Does she really believe all Jewish people should be “perfected” and become Christians?"
Of course not, as Bill Maher also questioned Ann Coulter recently on her true beliefs.
She continued with Piers Morgan and says she isn't so sure about Jesus since "He was a Jew. If you want to tell me Jews aren't white, OK. He's Jewish, so [he's] whatever that is."
As if to make a point and further inflame, Coulter added with emphasis and to be sure she doesn't give liberals credit, "He's not black. He's Middle Eastern. Maybe he's beige, Piers."
But definitely not black since it wouldn't fit into the narrative.
Is Coulter for real? Sure, she really does believe in money. Little else.
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John is the author of an award-winning book, the 2010 Winner of the USA National Best Book award for African American studies, published by The Elevator Group, Mr. and Mrs. Grassroots. Also available an eBook on Amazon. John is also a member of the Society of Midland Authors and is a book reviewer of political books for the New York Journal of Books. John has volunteered for many political campaigns.