On Monday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel, Ann Coulter said she suspects that House Speaker John Boehner and other leading Republicans secretly want immigration reform to pass.
“I think for safer just not having the House vote on a bill right now,” she said. “Just wait until we have a Republican Senate — I mean, it’s like these endless repeals of Obamacare. God bless them, but we get the point. You want to repeal Obamacare. Nothing is going to happen. Nothing will happen with a fence bill in the House.”
“Nothing will happen with a vote to enforce E-verify, which by the way is a one-page simple bill; they could do that right away if they were serious about enforcing the border,” she continued. “But I don’t trust and perhaps I’m wrong, I hope he will prove me wrong. I think John Boehner secretly wants the amnesty and he want as fig leaf to make it took like, ‘Oh, no we just voted on the fence.’ No, a vote on the fence in the House is a vote for amnesty.”
The “Mugged” author then warned that senators that voted for this bill, including Sens. Orrin Hatch and Jeff Flake, shouldn’t expect conservatives to defend them in the future.
“[T]hey better hope they don’t get in any scandals like having their sons, you know, send out vulgar, aggressive tweets and call themselves things like ‘n’ word killer online because I don’t think they’ll going to have a lot of conservatives defending them now,” Coulter said. “So, they better be purer than Cesar’s wife … that’s Jeff Flake.”