Conservative commentator Ann Coulter continued her “Draft Chris Christie for President” tour by appearing with Sean Hannity tonight and suggesting “I don’t care if he wants to run, his country needs him.” She also had a few comments about liberals and issued a warning to Hannity.
After arguing that the Republican party should be more welcoming of the gay community (so long as they don’t advocate for legalization of gay marriage), Coulter turned her focus to attacking liberals who she believed exploit gays and other groups in order to advance an entire different agenda. Coulter elaborated:
“Liberals have been using one special interest group after another for their attacks on the family . . . liberals don’t care about blacks, they don’t care about women, they don’t care about gays – they care about destroying the family so that you have one loyalty and that is to the state.”
Finally, Coulter reminded Hannity that in the last presidential election, he, Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin all complained about the Republican candidates but did not clearly support any one of them. As a result, Coulter theorized, that was the reason why Republicans were stuck with Senator John McCain as the nominee. In order to avoid a similar bad outcome, Coulter scolded Hannity and said, “I’m not letting you do that this time, we’re picking the best candidate and we’re getting behind him.”