Ann Coulter last night told Fox News host Sean Hannity that the wife of suspected bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev should be arrested for wearing a hijab, and wondered, “Did she get a cliterectomy too?” Hannity offered to waterboard the Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s younger brother, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who is alive and being questioned by the FBI.
“And I want to know about this wife as well,” Coulter railed. “One thing that’s been sort of confusing in the reporting: they say that he married her in 2010. I believe to be true, but they keep saying he hit her or his girlfriend a year ago. It turns out — which the father by the way defended as according to The New York Times, quote, ‘He only lightly hit her.’ Point two, no, the person he hit was another girlfriend while he was married to her. I don’t care if she knew about this. She ought to be in prison for wearing a hijab. This immigration policy of us assimilating immigrants into our culture isn’t really working. No, they are assimilating us into their culture. Did she get a cliterectomy too?”
Coulter clearly wasn’t finished.
“Our immigration policy has nothing to do with helping America. It has to do with solving the internal problems of other countries. We’ll take Russia’s radicals. We’ll take the illiterate, unskilled, low-skilled workers from all these other countries. We’ll take their old people and put them on our supplemental security insurance and Medicare. No, immigration policy is supposed to be to make your country better, not to make it worse and to create all those problems. Lindsey Graham was on some show this weekend saying, ‘Oh this shows how we need better tracking. I’m thinking this shows how we need better immigrants.”
In 2009, Hannity offered to be water boarded to “prove” it is not torture. (It is.)
He has never followed through, and in January Think Progress’ Scott Keyes called him on it. Hannity ducked.
Ann Coulter is the author of nine books, including her latest, Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama.
Via: The Daily Caller
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