Author Ann Coulter speaks during an address to the 39th Conservative Political Action Committee February 10, 2012 in Washington, DC. Credit: AFP/Getty Images
Ann Coulter has certainly been one of the most vocal opponents of the so-called "Gang of Eight" immigration bill. In fact, in her latest column on the subject, she proclaimed "if the GOP is this stupid, it deserves to die."
Appearing on Fox News Wednesday, she continued her campaign against the immigration bill, which she claims will include amnesty first and border enforcement after. She also called Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) "the Jack Kevorkian of the Republican party" for his role in advancing the proposed legislation.
She even called told Sean Hannity he was "like a liberal making a silly argument" after he asked her what she would do with the 11 million illegal immigrants currently living in the United States.
Coulter said it was a "total frog and a fig leaf" that Americans "can't sleep at night" because of the immigration crisis.
It was after Hannity accused Coulter of not answering his question that the fiery conservative pundit grew frustrated.
"You're not answering my question. You're like a liberal," he joked.
“To the contrary, you are like a liberal making a silly argument! It’s a straw man argument! Nobody cares! This idea that it’s an emergency, it’s a crisis, it’s preposterous," she shot back.
Coulter went on to say that the immigration bill would be a "disaster for the Republican party" and the entire country "will become California."
"...We will never win another national election, thank you Marco Rubio," she concluded.