Ann Coulter: “Tons Of Black Men Are Sexting Me 24/7, So How Can People Claim I’m Racist?”

On Saturday night, Comedy Central taped the “Roast of Rob Lowe,” and even though the actor experienced the brunt of the burns, Ann Coulter was targeted with some of the most brutal. SNL’s Pete Davidson went as far as referring to Coulter as a “racist c**t,” and comedian Jimmy Carr did not hold back, calling Coulter “one of the most repugnant, hateful, hatchet-face bitches alive.” “It’s not too late to change, Ann,” said Carr. “You could kill yourself.”

Even though she admitted she was expecting it, Coulter told Breitbart News that “it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be,” and that everybody who made fun of her are actually “pathetic, little excuses for comedians that base all of their work on making fun of people who are the only ones capable of calling things what they really are.” “First of all, let me say that I don’t hold a grudge, I’m not that type of person. Everybody’s fair game, that’s just how things work. But I will ask you this: when push comes to shove and difficult choices need to be made, who’d you rather have in charge, me or that spasm-face little weasel by the name of Jimmy Carr?” Coulter said.

“That’s right,” the conservative author continued. “And for the record, I don’t know where all these people get off calling me a racist, but I’ll have you know I have tons of black men sexting me 24/7, I’m talking non-stop round the clock invitations to action. And while I’m not particularly fond of pictures of strange men’s genitals, especially if they’re black, there’s an important point to be made here. And that point is as follows: if there are black men out there who are dreaming of me in all sorts of ways, that means that they like me. And if they like me, how can I be racist?” Coulter somehow deduced.

She added, “So, at the end of the day, I’m constantly being subjected to…oh sorry, I just got a text…yup, another d*c pic…oh my, that’s some pic, I must say…but anyway, as I was saying, you know, I keep getting these constantly. In fact, I just got several during this interview alone. Like, this is insane, and you know, even if this is not my particular cup of tea, at the end of the day I’m a woman, and in a sense, us girls are flattered by this sort of thing. But more to the point, this is proof enough that I’m not racist, which is why I can’t wrap my head around what people get from referring to me as one.”

“You know, being this good looking and smart at the same time is more of a curse than a gift, to be honest. Because, as intelligent as you are, people are always going to get attracted primarily to your exterior. And I have my white parents to thank for these good genes, because I have yet to see a black person who is attractive as us white people generally are. I’m not hating, I’m just stating facts,” she concluded.