NBC’s anti-Semitism

Leave it to NBC, the Nothing But Coulter propaganda network, to again give Republican leader Ann Coulter a space to air her bigoted views. NBC always does this, they always have her on, regardless of who she attacks, who she insults, regardless of how bigoted she gets. NBC doesn’t care, they want to help Coulter sell books and get ratings, so they always have her back to spew her hate every time she gets a new book deal. They know what she’s going to say, but they put her on anyway – that means they endorse it, or at least have no problem with it. Well, this time Coulter says America would be a better place if we could just “fix” those pesky Jews and convert them all to Christianity.

From Editor & Publisher:

Appearing on Donny Deutsch’s CNBC show, “The Big Idea,” on Monday night, columnist/author Ann Coulter suggested that the U.S. would be a better place if there weren’t any Jewish people and that they had “perfected” themselves into — Christians.

It led Deutsch to suggest that surely he couldn’t mean that, and when she insisted she did, he said this sounded “anti-Semitic.”

Asked by Deutsch regarding whether she wanted to be like “the head of Iran” and “wipe Israel off the Earth,” Coulter stated: “No, we just want Jews to be perfected, as they say. … That’s what Christianity is. We believe the Old Testament.”


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