Ann Coulter Gets Trolled After Tweeting About The ‘Quiet Desperation’ Of Being Single And ‘Dying Alone’

A Twitter-storm was unleashed after conservative pundit Ann Coulter posted a bizarre tweet about being single.



Conservative pundit Ann Coulter is no stranger to mockery.

Never one to shy away from an opportunity to publicly embarrass herself, Coulter stepped back into the fray last Friday in a rather strange rash of tweets initially directed at Marco Rubio, who had thrown a wrench into the Republican effort to pass their beloved tax break for the rich the day before.



As The Atlantic reported at the time, “For weeks, Marco Rubio has been prodding Republican leaders to tilt the party’s tax overhaul ever-so-slightly away from corporations and the wealthy and more toward working families.” Rubio had been supporting the bill even though Republicans were resisting his efforts, “But on Thursday afternoon, Rubio took his campaign an important step forward: He told top Republicans he’d vote against the final tax bill next week if they did not agree to his demands.”

Coulter started out sanely enough, posting a couple of tweets taunting Rubio:

However, it was her next tweet that set the internet on fire.

“We singles live empty lives of quiet desperation and will die alone. Now Rubio is demanding that we also fund happy families with children who fill their days with joy,” she tweeted.

As one might expect, Twitter was quick to respond. Below are a few examples:

 

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