Immigration activists disrupted an Ann Coulter book signing Wednesday, ripping up at least one copy of her latest bestseller and shouting for her to "go back to Europe!"
"Two, four, six, eight, we don't need your racist hate!" activists chanted at the Costa Mesa, California, Barnes and Nobles.
One activist wrote a column explaining how he waited in line to confront the controversial conservative pundit.
"This isn't a question and answer session," the individual said Coulter told him.
Shortly after, the activist wrote that security arrived and escorted him out. As he left the bookstore, he gave his signed copy of "Adios, America!" to protesters who "proceeded to rip pages from it, littering the floor in front of the bookstore with Coulter confetti."
As supporters of the pundit left the bookstore, activists shouted "shame on you" toward them.
Coulter shot back at protesters Thursday in a statement to a conservative blog.
“You have to understand,” Coulter told the website, “Screaming and defacing things is how Latin Americans express disagreement."
"At least as long as they were destroying books and screaming in a book store, they weren’t molesting any 4-year-olds," she added.
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