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Coulter - 'Seattle Isn't Worth Saving'

Ann Coulter is one of those people that a lot of people love to hate. The outspoken political pundit and author has never shied away from offering a controversial opinion or joke. This week she made a crack about Seattle and North Korea that didn't sit well with her haters. But then she probably knew it wouldn't, which is why she tweeted it.

Ann Coulter made a tongue-in-cheek tweet about Kim John Ung bombing the city of Seattle. "Gen. Michael Hayden: N Korea will make nuke capable of hitting Seattle! Situation will be dire as soon as they can hit a city worth saving," she wrote.

Coulter has long joked about her relationship with the Democrat Party stronghold in the North West. "They love me in Seattle and if they don't, they would if they got to know me," she said to talk show host Jason Rantz of KIRO Radio after the Republican National Convention last year.

She’s been quick to poke and prod Seattle’s largely liberal population as well. After the Cascade Mall shooting, Coulter tweeted, “Seattle mall shooter, Muslim immigrant Arcan Cetin, voted 3X in US elections, though he is not a citizen."

The woman makes a living by stirring outrage. It seems her every word, be it part of a short tweet or an entire book, is calculated based on the amount of uproar it will cause.

"Wtf is wrong with you [conservative] ppl? Now Seattle being nuked is a laughing [matter] bc you perceive that area as liberal?" tweeted one outraged commenter in response.

"I pity you. All that hate. You must have been raised to feel like this or taught to use it to make yourself feel worth. Infamy is a sad life," read another.

Middle finger memes were also among the more popular responses.

Some are calling Coulter out for being a hypocrite. In the past, the devout Christian has said, "Christianity fuels everything I write."

Some are asking her, in this situation, what would Jesus do? He probably wouldn't joke about bombing Seattle, that's for sure.

Source: SF Gate
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