Every six months, we’re informed:
“Ann Coulter’s a has-been. Her career is over. We need to throw her under the bus…”
Sometimes even I roll my eyes.
HAYES: My Mom works for the government. She doesn’t have a job-job?
FOREMAN: That’s not a…
ANN COULTER: No. She is a drain on society.
HAYES: Oh. Thank you.
FOREMAN: I wouldn’t go that far.
MAHER: Your mother personally.
MAHER: We want you to know that. Your mother is a drain on…
COULTER: Well, you asked.
HAYES: Ann Coulter thinks you’re a drain on society.
FOREMAN: What Ann means, she’s not a revenue producer. She’s not a revenue producer.
COULTER: Right. She’s a revenue taker.
FOREMAN: No, she’s gainfully employed, but she’s not a revenue producer.
COULTER: No, it’s worse than not having a job, having a government job, because you have somebody doing something nobody wants, taxpayers pay for it, and they can never get rid of them.