Ann Coulter Goes on Scathing Rant Against Sen. Feinstein’s Gun Control Arguments

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Conservative firebrand Ann Coulter joined Sean Hannity on Fox News Thursday night to reflect on the heated exchange on the Senate floor between Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.). Coulter was unforgiving towards Feinstein, saying her constitutional arguments are “preposterous.”

Referring to “I am woman hear me roar” Democrat women like Hillary Clinton, Coulter said “as soon as they get a question they don’t like, they start crying.” She argued Cruz “nailed her so she said ‘I’m offended.'”

“I used to think women should not be able to vote, and now I think liberal women should not be able to hold office,” Coulter joked. “And by woman, I do not mean to limit that to a biological sense.”

She went on to slam anti-gun Democrats for refusing to have an actual debate about gun control, instead appealing to Americans’ emotions.

“Every time you try to have a discussion with them, they become hysterical, they cry, and want to show pictures of dead children,” Coulter added. “As if our position is we don’t mind a few dead children. Our position is ‘concealed carry’ would stop these slaughters.”

Watch the segment via Fox News/Mediaite below:

(H/T: Matt Wilstein, Mediaite)