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Ann Coulter Mocks Stupid Pundits Who Didn’t Attend Ivy League Schools

Betsy Rothstein Gossip blogger

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter has lots of awkward moments in her future. Which is all part of her charm, really.

She took a unique tack in a column Thursday. While touting something of a populist message, she made fun of what she sees as some of the dumber pundits out there who “sneer at Donald Trump‘s idiocy.”

By the way, Coulter attended Cornell University and the University of Michigan Law School. And yes, Cornell is an Ivy League school.

“Trump graduated from the Wharton School of Business and went on to make $11 billion. Carson went from Yale to the University of Michigan Medical School and was the first man to separate twins conjoined at the brain. Fiorina graduated from Stanford University and then earned $80 million in business.”

“By contrast, look up the educational achievement of the average pundit sneering at Trump’s idiocy and the ordinariness of his supporters. I won’t be as nasty as they are, but wow! – people who went to bush-league schools shouldn’t throw stones. There’s nothing wrong with attending a bush-league college. But maybe ease up on holding yourself out as a great intellectual appalled by the dirty masses if you went to a third-rate college in the era of need-blind admissions.”

Read her full column here.