Published On: Mon, Aug 11th, 2014

Ann Coulter Wants America To Handle Mexican Border Crisis The Way Netanyahu Would

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Ann Hart Coulter 
is an American conservative social and political commentator, writer, syndicated columnist, and lawyer.  She frequently appears on television, radio, and as a speaker at public and private events.
Regarding America’s immigration crisis she made the following statements on Thursday July 31st, 2014.
Speaking on Thursday’s “Hannity,” Coulter said she believes the answer lies no further than Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The fighting between Israel and Gaza has continued for over three weeks, despite a rising death toll and diplomatic efforts to arrange a ceasefire.
I wish we could have Netanyahu as our president,” Coulter said.
She compared the Hamas-built tunnels that Israel is intent on destroying to tunnels under the U.S.-Mexico border. “We are being invaded,” she said. “And I wish people would talk about our border the way at least people like you and I talk about, the way we talk about Israel’s border. We need a Netanyahu here.”
I mean, yes, sometimes Palestinian kids get killed,” she continued. “That’s because they are associated with a terrorist organization that is harming Israel. And Netanyahu doesn’t care what the religious leaders say weeping about Palestinian children. He doesn’t care what the U.N. says. He doesn’t care what the media says. We are a country. We have borders. And Netanyahu enforces them. Why can’t we do that in America?”

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Fox News

You Tube

Mexico Travel Care




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  1. Alan Burke says:

    What a despicable comment from this piece of shit!! I’ve been in Mexico several times, they are lovely, warming people with many needs but also many positive characteristics. We should sort people like this out of the country.

  2. Allan Ramon says:

    This bitch shouldn’t be in politics more like an asylum.

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