Most people who have watched or read Ann Coulter know that she isn't afraid to make her opinions known. In a rare appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" today, Coulter held little back. In fact, the show's producers clearly found her words so inflammatory that they bleeped them out for a total of 13 seconds.
Apparently, the conservative commentator called Arizona Sen. John McCain a "douche bag." Following a few elongated bleeps, Coulter said, "What did I say? Oh, douche bag." Host Joe Scarborough responded, saying, "Just blur it all out."
So far, MSNBC hasn't uploaded the clip, although Politico has grabbed and posted it for curious readers. Below, watch the "bleeps" and "blurs," as Coulter takes aim at a politician she consistently slams:
Of course this wasn't the only awkward moment during her brief appearance. She later referred to the deceased Ted Kennedy as "human pestilence." Watch the clip, here (courtesy of Newsbusters):
Coulter's appearance on the show came about following a back-and-forth with Scarborough on Twitter:
This isn't the first time someone has used inappropriate language on "Morning Joe." Back in June, TIME Magazine editor Mark Halperin was suspended for calling President Obama "a dick."
(H/T: Business Insider)