We all know Ann Coulter is the epitome of evil. She’s like if Rosemary’s baby birthed an alien demon that then baptized itself in pig’s blood.
In other words, she’s the absofuckinglutely worst.
Which is why it should surprise no one that Coulter tweeted a barrage of insensitive quips about Hurricane Irma and the destruction it brought in its path Sunday, equating the event to nothing more than light rainfall and dew.
As someone with friends and family spread all across Florida, I can assure everyone, based on these people’s live video and personal anecdotes, this storm is anything but a light matter.
With 24 people in the Caribbean and 4 in Florida confirmed dead thus far, not to mention millions without power as the storm rages on, Irma may very well turn out to be one of the most destructive storms in recorded history.
Coulter’s tweets come on the heels of Rush Limbaugh’s accusation that hurricane hysteria is merely a liberal ploy to validate claims of climate change, right before he himself discreetly evacuated the area, presumably as a safety precaution.
Needless to say, Coulter, Limbaugh, and the like are slimy, scum-sucking neanderthals deserving of nothing more than the heartache and misery they so glibly dismiss in their ever-increasing attempts to stay relevant and cutting edge.
And to think, I actually felt somewhat bad for Coulter for a hot second after the Comedy Central roast of Rob Lowe. Silly me for having a heart and all, because clearly she doesn’t.
I won’t make that mistake again.
What I wouldn’t give to see the exchange between Saint Peter and Coulter at the pearly gates.
Oh, who am I kidding? She’ll never make it that far anyway.