Just when you think Ann Cun, err, Coulter has said the most inappropriate thing ever, she puts out a new book and draws attention to it with a real whopper.
According to Coulter, several women who lost their husbands in the 9/11 attacks are “witches” who are really enjoying their fame and wealth.
It would never occur to a cretin like Coulter, but I imagine any of those women would give up everything they’ve gained as a result of 9/11 if they could have their loved ones back.
They never chose the spotlight, they were merely unlucky enough to have family members caught in one of the biggest, most infamous tragedies in history.
Naturally, they drew the media’s attention. And, naturally, they earned money from 9/11-related lawsuits, though whatever the amount, it can’t possibly be enough.
It also seems not to have occurred to Coulter that it's hypocritical of her to criticize anyone profiting from someone else's suffering, as that's what the shrill, tactless hack does herself. Her books and public appearances make her plenty of money, and anyone unfortunate enough to read or hear her words surely suffers nausea and other ill effects.
I suspect Coulter has an issue with the fact that these women so selfishly pushed for the creation of the September 11 Commission, which President Bush and other prominent conservatives opposed it. Damned truth and accountability! Sometimes they are so, as a recent film suggests, inconvenient.
No, those women aren’t witches, they’re widows. Got that, bitch?