Ann Coulter was left silent as she was singled out during Comedy Central’s roast of Rob Lowe Monday night.
Though the night was supposed to focus on criticizing Lowe, it turned into open season on the conservative pundit — and she wasn’t laughing.
“Ann describes herself as a polemicist but most people call her a cunt,” Pete Davidson said during his set. “A racist cunt. If you are here, Ann, who is scaring the crows away from our crops?”
“After seeing your set tonight, we’ve seen the first bombing you can’t blame on a Muslim,” Rob Lowe later added.
Many viewers quickly noted that Coulter did not look amused. (RELATED: Comedy Central Roast Of Rob Lowe Quickly Becomes Open Season On Ann Coulter)
— Anthony (@princeofnight88) September 6, 2016
Ann Coulter doesn’t seem to be having fun at this roast
— Jorge (@JMeraz28) September 6, 2016
Did anyone tell Ann Coulter how a roast works? #LoweRoast
— David Clouse (@parson1122) September 6, 2016
Ann Coulter is getting ripped to shreds on this roast
— Justin Balko (@CaptainBalko) September 6, 2016
Ann Coulter looks so miserable and that she is incapable of laughing. #LoweRoast
— Nichole Armstrong (@narmstrong13) September 6, 2016
#LoweRoast Ever single joke makes me roll….meanwhile Ann Coulter stares on trying to figure out why everyone is laughing
— Jason Walters (@shibukie117) September 6, 2016
— Dan Callahan (@D_Callahan_) September 6, 2016
The best part of the Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe is the constant cuts to Ann Coulter not laughing at anything
— Emma Duval Mormont (@emmaduval23) September 6, 2016
Those aren’t random, unfair cuts to Ann Coulter not laughing between jokes. She really didn’t smile much at the taping. #LoweRoast
— Ryan Parker (@TheRyanParker) September 6, 2016
After the roast was taped, Coulter said she didn’t find the jokes about her killing herself funny.
“I have no idea, but it probably has something to do with Comedy Central’s corporate decision to move away from comedy — which is paying huge dividends with the Larry Wilmore and Trevor Noah shows,” Coulter told the Hollywood Reporter.
“I’m sure there are lots of funny jokes about people dying. These weren’t those. Nothing offends me. ‘Bored me’ is a different story.”