Conservative firebrand Ann Coulter took to Twitter late Sunday morning to call the “Day Without Immigrants” protest “a huge success.”
Wait a minute… what did she say?
No, Coulter did not go over to the other side. In addition to her comment, she linked to a Washington Times article about a number of California high school teachers being placed on paid leave for reveling on social media that their classes were smaller and more productive without striking students who participated in the protest.
This week's "A Day Without Immigrants" protest was a huge success! Next year, let's do it 364 more days. https://t.co/5Ih7dpOwDp
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) February 19, 2017
Now that’s going to leave a mark!
“That’s what you get when you jump on some sort of bandwagon cause as an excuse to be lazy and/or get drunk,” one teacher wrote. “Best school day ever.”
Another said the many absences in her classes that day made it “a very pleasant day.”
As for Coulter’s remarks, her followers seemed to be in agreement… here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
— Taurus Rachel (@kupajo322) February 19, 2017
— ALT-RIGHT ROBOT (@IronicDroid) February 19, 2017
— WilliamJaxFl (@truckrogers1) February 19, 2017
— Gerald Tolbert (@GeraldTolbert5) February 19, 2017
— Jazzergal (@iamjazzergal) February 19, 2017
— #VotedTrump (@Wenmay316) February 19, 2017
— Michelle Boss (@maboss57) February 19, 2017
— LorD (@lornaynay) February 19, 2017
— Oriental Observer (@OrientalObserv1) February 19, 2017
— Stephen Kohnle (@stevekohnle) February 19, 2017
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