Conservative firebrand and bestselling author Ann Coulter joined Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a rally in Iowa Tuesday – and she delivered an epic smackdown of “speech Nazis” who ridiculed the GOP frontrunner for using the term “anchor baby.”
“Apparently liberals think ‘anchor baby’ isn’t pleasant sounding,” she said in a speech introducing Trump at the event. “They prefer words like ‘aborted baby.'”
She continued, “But I have an idea. How about anvil babies – because that’s what anchor babies are around the necks of the American taxpayer.”
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Coulter also blasted the Republican establishment’s tendency to “pre-emptively surrender” every time “liberals start yelling, ‘Ooh, that’s mean! You can’t use that word!'”
“Well they found something new with Donald Trump,” she declared of the candidate who refused to stop using the term “anchor baby.”
“And now Americans are finding out about not only the policy of anchor babies but the policies of these speech Nazis. And they’re going to learn, when it comes to Donald Trump, maybe it’d be better to just keep their mouths shut next time.”
Since Trump announced his candidacy for president, Coulter said, “I’ve felt like I’m dreaming. I can’t believe I turn on TV, on prime-time TV every night, they’re talking about anchor babies. They’re talking about sanctuary cities. They’re talking about Mexican rapists. …”
A man interrupted with a shout from the crowd: “Build the wall!”
Coulter replied, “I love the idea of the Great Wall of Trump.”
The crowd cheered enthusiastically.
She added, “I want to have a two-drink minimum. Make it a big, worldwide tourist attraction and every day live drone shows whenever anyone tries to cross the border.”
Coulter reflected on former GOP nominee Mitt Romney’s 2012 loss to President Obama in the running for the White House. She compared the loss to the story of Joseph in the Bible.
“He had to be sold into slavery, imprisoned, betrayed, so that eventually he could save the Jews. Maybe Mitt Romney had to lose. And maybe we had to give Republicans one more chance in 2014.
“And maybe [Senate Majority Leader] Mitch McConnell and [House Speaker] John Boehner had to betray us once again to pave the way for President Donald Trump.
“God hasn’t given up on America yet.”