Ann Coulter on black protestors: Haven’t we done ‘Enough’ to make up for slavery?

theGrio REPORT - This week, Sean Hannity invited Ann Coulter on his Fox News show to discuss race relations in America and she did not hold back.

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This week, Sean Hannity invited Ann Coulter on his Fox News show to discuss race relations in America, and she did not hold back.

The segment kicked off with the focus on Michelle Obama’s commencement address at Tuskegee University last weekend. Coulter denounced the first lady’s choice to share how racism played a role in her own life.

“I think she’s just letting out her Reverend Wright now,” she declared. Then, she proceeded to talk about the “predator class” in the black community and denied the existence of “peaceful protesters” in Baltimore.

“Yes, America does owe black America for slavery, for the Democratic policies of Jim Crow,” Coulter admitted. “I think we’ve — we’re making it up now, when you’re getting admitted to Princeton when you can’t read, is that enough yet?”

When the topic turned to black people being disproportionately put in jail, she dismissed this as yet another example of liberals making excuses.

“Oh my gosh, this nonsense about, oh, so many blacks are in prison. Well how did they get there?” Coulter asked. “In addition to the peaceful Baltimore protester I want to put on a milk carton — have you seen this? — I want to see the innocent person in prison.”

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