Sean Hannity had Ann Coulter on his show, Monday night to talk about Jim Carrey’s anti-gun Funny or Die video.
Asked by Hannity if she thought Carrey would make fun of African-Americans or Muslim Americans the way he mocked rural white gun owners, Coulter responded, “no, you’re allowed to make fun of white southerners and Christians in America.” She chalked Carrey’s video up as the latest example in the “epidemic” of “wealthy people” trying to tell the rest of country not to carry and own firearms, a clear allusion to Mayor Bloomberg’s gun control campaign. Linking Carrey’s video to Hannity’s assertion that the government is buying up a billion rounds of ammunition, Coulter claimed, “that’s the only question with gun control: should the government and rich elites like Bloomberg, Feinstein and Jim Carrey have a monopoly on force?”
Responding to Sean Hannity’s point about the insulting stereotype of the “tobacco-spitting hee-hawing, Southerner” portrayed in the video, Coulter responded, “I think it’s worth pointing out that whenever they’re running for office, they pretend to BE those hicks. You always get the fake Democrat American with hay in his hair, shooting his gun like Joe Manchin….doing square dances — oh, screw you, she laughed, “you’re Democrats!”
Hannity also got in a question about the Regime’s massive ammo buys. Coulter pointed out that after Fast and Furious, people have reason to be suspicious of this government.
“Are they just refusing to answering questions about these gun buys (some of which we know are happening, why aren’t they explaining it?) to try to induce paranoid responses from right wingers?” She asked.
“Please note, again – they can have guns, we can’t”, she concluded, that is the only question with gun control…should the government and rich elites like Bloomberg, Feinstein and Jim Carrey have a monopoly on force?”