Source: Frances Martel / Mediaite
Ann Coulter isn’t buying for one minute that the sexual harassment allegations made against Herman Cain are true. Coulter was one of the first to comment on the story last night as it broke on Geraldo at Large, and returned to Fox News today to give Sean Hannity her take on the matter. Ultimately, Coulter concluded it was a Clarence Thomas-type of attack, made up of “vicious, outrageous charges.”
Coulter praised the conservative black people she had known, arguing that “our blacks are so much better than their blacks” because “you have fought against probably your family, probably your neighbors… that’s why we have very impressive blacks.” She went on to compare conservative black Americans to the family of the President, arguing that “Obama… is not a descendant of the blacks that suffered these Jim Crow laws,” that he was “not the son of American blacks that went through the American experience,” but the “son of a Kenyan” (a point she made with the caveat that she fully believed the President was an American citizen).
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