It all started with one tweet.
Political pundit (and all around ass-hat) Ann Coulter tweeted out this week about the addition of Sen. Marco Rubio’s child tax credit to the current GOP tax bill. Rubio had remained fairly silent on the tax bill, using his endorsement as a method to pass his child tax reform. At one point, even going as far as stating that he would vote against the bill without a more generous tax credit.
According to the Hill, Rubio told reporters, “I understand that this is a process of give and take, especially when there’s only a couple of us fighting for it,” Rubio continued. “Given all the other changes they’ve made in the tax code leading into it, I can’t in good conscience support it unless we are able to increase the refundable portion of it.”
Coulter, in her quintessential self-deprecating style, voiced her opinion on the matter. The tweet read as followed, “We singles live empty lives of quiet desperation and will die alone. Now Rubio is demanding that we also fund happy families with children who fill their days with joy.”
And that was all the internet needed to run wild. Many called out Coulter’s lack of empathy for children, in general, saying things like “Is Ann Coulter literally the Grinch?” Others found irony in the fact that Coulter mentions a “quiet desperation,” but then tweets about it to the entire world online.
But most people just trolled Coulter even harder. One Twitter using stating, “it’s ok Ann one day you’ll find another person that’s a knockoff leather handbag full of scorpions and copies of Mein Kampf”
Ann Coulter is by no means, friends of the LGBTQ community. In the past, she has blamed queer individuals for Hurricane Harvey and fought vehemently against LGBT rights.
Check out our favorite responses to Ann Coulter’s tweet.
My favorite thing about Ann Coulter is she believes her desperation is quiet. https://t.co/n9fvn5RRc4
— Louis Virtel (@louisvirtel) December 15, 2017
View of Ann Coulter’s apartment from across the courtyard pic.twitter.com/sZyOLS7yah
— Quinn Sutherland (@ReelQuinn) December 15, 2017
In fairness, Ann Coulter was never able to get that Tinder account because she was so opposed to the idea of swiping left
— Ron Placone (@RonPlacone) December 15, 2017
Is Ann Coulter literally the Grinch pic.twitter.com/2mMaNPA7uF
— Super Deluxe (@superdeluxe) December 15, 2017
Ann Coulter wants your number#RuinLoveIn5Words
— Andy Davies (@Thedoogle78) December 16, 2017
perhaps ann coulter wouldnt be destined for a lifetime of loneliness if she decided to not be the most immoral repugnant person on the planet.
— Hasan Piker (@hasanthehun) December 15, 2017
It makes me sad that Ann Coulter is single and alone and I think there are plenty of guys for her like Scott Baio’s brother or Hitler’s corpse or Satan or…
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) December 15, 2017
I think what Ann Coulter meant to say is "we NAZIS live lives of quiet desperation, and will die alone, and no-one will mourn us".
— Dee Three Kings (@tinstargames) December 16, 2017
it's ok ann one day you'll find another person that's a knockoff leather handbag full of scorpions and copies of mein kampf
— ? Goth Ms. Krampus ? (@spookperson) December 15, 2017
My favorite fantasy is Ann Coulter getting stuck on a Delfa flight next to Marco Rubio‘s kids.
— Michael Blackman (@MBlackman37) December 16, 2017
I firmly believe there is someone for Ann Coulter. Lots of fish in the sea, you just have to get out there. pic.twitter.com/hQPMzOJvNu
— Ken Jennings (@KenJennings) December 15, 2017
Do you think that Ann Coulter will end up old and alone? Are you secretly (or not-so-secretly) wishing for it? Let us know by commenting below, or by tweeting us @hornetstories.
Feature image by Time Magazine