Ann Coulter, Megyn Kelly revive Sandra Fluke comedy to confront Obama’s stunning silence

kelly-coulterConservative author and columnist Ann Coulter remarked that it is telling that President Obama has yet to reach out to the family of Kate Steinle, who was slain by an illegal immigrant — as it was his own illegal immigration policies that put her in the grave.

When Coulter appeared on Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File” Wednesday night, host Megyn Kelly played a clip of someone Obama did reach out to — Sandra Fluke, who had demanded that the government pay for her contraceptives.

“Yes, he did express his concern for me and wanted to make sure I was OK,” she said on the clip. “Which I am — I’m OK.”

After the laughter died down, Coulter told Kelly that the White House’s excuses don’t work.

“Even on their plausible explanation — which is that he can’t call every crime victim — this isn’t just a random crime victim,” Coulter said.

“Katie Steinle died specifically as a result of Obama’s policies.”

Steinle was killed by an illegal immigrant who’d been deported five times and had committed seven felonies.

Coulter commented on Fox News host Bill O’Reilly’s attempt to get something he calls “Kate’s Law” passed, which would make returning to the U.S. after deportation for committing a crime a felony.

“That already is the law,” Coulter insisted. “It’s a 20-year felony if you re-enter after having committed an aggravated felony.”

She added that so-called “non-violent drug felons” commit more violent crimes than many other types of offenders, including burglars and traffickers.

“He [Obama] just released 46 criminals” from prison, Kelly noted — the majority of whom were sentenced for drug-related offenses.


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