Ann Coulter's new book, ¡Adios America! The Left’s Plan To Turn Our Country Into A Third World Hell Hole, will be released on June 1, 2015.
As soon as you can, if you haven’t already, you need to click above and watch Ann Coulter’s appearance on Fusion.
She is interviewed by Jorge Ramos, the arrogant white Mexican, dual-citizen, proponent of the Hispanicization of the United States, of whom we have written much over the years here at VDARE.COM.
What I appreciate about Ann is she is a real fighter. She is a real contrast to your typical PC Republi-coward. Ann is not afraid to go for the jugular.
She talks about the border, the anchor baby policy, and immigrants on welfare.
And, she is not afraid to discuss the demographic issue, which is the real heart of the future of the United States.
Ann talks about Anglo-America and Anglo-Saxons in a positive light. She explains the difference between immigrants and settlers who founded this country.
She points out the overwhelming preponderance of Mexican immigration and the problems in Mexican culture. Ann refuses to accept the existence of “hate speech” and tells the audience that they don’t understand free speech.
Ann calls Jorge Ramos a “cultural imperialist”. She points out that if you bring the people, you bring the culture.
Ann doesn’t take any guff off Jorge Ramos, even telling him to be quiet from time to time. Nor does she take any guff from the audience.
Ramos is in prime form, as usual. The white Univision anchor even has the gall to say that “You don’t want people like me”. Even a white Mexican gets to play the race card.
Ann points out the fact that Mexican immigration is a bigger threat to the U.S. than ISIS. Here’s what she says
“I have a little tip. If you don’t want to be killed by ISIS, don’t go to Syria. If you don’t want to be killed by a Mexican, there’s nothing I can tell you.After that, there is a stark silence during which even Jorge Ramos briefly shuts up.
Watch the video, and send it to your friends. It could be a good way to shake them out of their complacency.
Click here for the interview. There’s a short segment at the top, you have to scroll to the bottom for the entire interview.