NEW YORK, New York (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington, D.C.) – Conservative columnist Ann Coutler took to her Twitter account this week to say goodbye to America. For good.
The American pundit and book author is known for her stinging opinions and criticism of liberals, Democrats, Obama, Clinton and almost anyone who counters her right-wing views.
The last straw for Coulter came during this week’s Democratic presidential debate held in Florida where moderators and the audience asked candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders questions in Spanish.
In her tweet, Coulter categorically stated, “Adios, America!”
Now, if you understand Spanish, you know he meant goodbye. She’s leaving.
The Adobo Chronicles could not independently confirm as to which country she is moving to. We can only wish her the best of luck. Buh-bye!
NEW YORK, New York (Exclusive to The Adobo Chronicles® ) – It’s cliché, but the saying, ‘Birds of the same feather flock together’ does hold true, especially in politics.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the Republican party where self-proclaimed leaders and their believers or followers find delight in singing the same tune.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump makes no secret about his disdain for Mexicans, calling them rapists, drug addicts and criminals and vowing to keep them out of the U.S. if he is elected president of the United States.
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter sings the same tune, and is probably even more vocal and blunt than Trump. In a recent television interview, Coulter said: “I will bet you by the end of the weekend, more Americans will have been killed by Mexicans than by ISIS or by sharks.”
Today, Trump named Coulter as his vice presidential running mate. He made the announcement in an email to The Adobo Chronicles.
It is unconventional that a U.S. presidential aspirant would name his or her VP nominee even before he or she is officially proclaimed as the party’s nominee.
But nothing is conventional with Trump. And nothing is conventional either for Coulter.
As we mentioned, birds of the same feather flock together.
But whether or not this flock wins this particular contest remains to be seen.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada (The Adobo Chronicles® ) – Donald Trump is so confident he will win the Republican nomination and the general elections to become the next president of the United States that he has begun to assemble his cabinet.
Earlier, Trump named Sarah Palin as his Secretary of State. “She is beautiful, personable, a card-carrying member of the National Rifle Association (NRA), and she can see Russia from her backyard in Alaska,” Trump said of the former governor and vice presidential candidate. “What better qualifications could I look for?”
Today, Trump also named conservative columnist Ann Coulter as his Secretary of Homeland Security. He accepted Coulter’s proposition to assume the all-important cabinet position.
Coulter made the proposition last week when she spoke at the Eagle Forum’s Collegian Summit at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. when she anounced, in answer to a question, “I would like to be the head of Donald Trump’s Homeland Security. I’ll get it all done before breakfast…I think I could kind of guess who the criminals are going to be at least 50 percent of the time. People who don’t speak English.”
Trump likes to be surrounded by women. That’s why he owns the Miss U.S.A. and Miss Universe pageants. So expect more women in his cabinet.
Already, there are speculations that former Arizona governor Jan Brewer and former Minessota Representative Michele Bachmann are on Trump’s short list, as is Filipino American conservative blogger, Michelle Malkin.