Ann Coulter goes on the View to discuss her new book, “Mugged” … this is a recipe for an all out cat fight. The very first thing that Whoopi tried to do was dismiss Coulter because she was not black. Coulter fired back and defended her book, claiming its more about white liberals, than African American. Just curious, how many women on The View actually read Ann’s book before they interviewed her? It would appear that a history lesson that the Democrat party was not exactly the party of blacks in the past and that liberal white don’t really care about blacks.
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From Fox Nation a rough transcript:
JOY BEHAR: With 40 days until the election, Ms. Ann Coulter is back with a new book, “Mugged”, where she claims that President Obama has abandoned black Americans and that the OJ Simpson verdict was a great thing for America. Please welcome back the very controversial Ann Coulter!
Ann, I need you to tell me, what you are trying to say in this book. Because we don’t know what you are trying to say.
ANN COULTER: What I am trying to say is race mongering has been very bad for America, liberals use it to promote causes that nothing to do with blacks and in fact harm blacks. And that excellent lead in you just gave, with OJ, I think that was the movement, having lived near New York City in the 70′s and 80′s, which was the golden era, it was Trayvon Martin and Duke Lacrosse case everyday.
With the OJ verdict, white America said that’s it, the white guilt bank is shutdown. And that ended up being the best thing that ever happened to black Americans.
WHOOPI GOLDBERG: What are you talking about?
COULTER: I meant that no longer…
BARBARA WALTERS: He being acquitted was good for whom?
COULTER: Millions of white people watching with the equivalent of in New York, we use the Brooklyn juries who simply would not convict, even guilty black criminals.
GOLDBERG: You know what, hold up Ms. Coulter. Please stop, please stop! If you’re going to talk about race, at least, know what you’re talking about. At least know what you’re talking about.
Tell me how much you know about being black?
COULTER: Well, this isn’t about being black.
GOLDBERG: But you just said that this is, you just made all these statements about how black people feel, tell me how you know it?
COULTER: This is not a book about black people, this is a book about white liberals. And I do know and this is a fact, once for years, Republican policies on crime and welfare for example were called racist.