Oh Ann Coulter! After Trump, Ann has proven time and again that she is the next person who may need to have their Twitter privileges indefinitely suspended.
Recently she took to her vast social media platform and left a more a quizzical tweet than her usual solid stances.
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.— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) December 15, 2017
Ms. Coulter has spent years as a vocal beacon for the Conservative party. She is always prepared with a precise opinion on everything from 9/11 to gay marriage to tax reform.
This latest tweet seems to leave questions though.
What type of tax reform is she hoping for?
Why throw little Marco under the bus alone? He can't be the only Senator supporting the expansion of children's health credits.
For being one of the faces of the party that is suppose to focus on "family," what is her problem with helping some out?
(Remember this is the woman whose rise to fame included calling the 9/11 widows harpees, looking for a financial handout.)
Was this a cry for help? Is Ann ready for love?
The most intriguing question though....
HOW in the world is she still single?
Twitter came out in full force, from all sides of the aisle with thoughts!
it's ok ann one day you'll find another person that's a knockoff leather handbag full of scorpions and copies of mein kampf— 🎄 Goth Ms. Krampus 👹 (@spookperson) December 15, 2017
If you would quit eating your mates after intercourse, maybe one of them would stay with you...— Power to the People (@ChrisPatrick64) December 16, 2017
Ann, you are an extreme outlier: exceptionally intelligent, driven, accomplished, and lucky. The vast majority of us will not achieve your level of fulfillment through public life & should be incentivized to seek it through family life. I know you know this, what's your agenda?— Harold T. Ogden (@GennethKrant) December 15, 2017
will you marry me?— Frederick Douglass (@gettinnoticedmo) December 15, 2017
I'm dead for real and your dead on the inside.
I think it would work.
It's always good to get advice from the "swipe-right" crowd. They prove options are out there Ann.
Others felt they may understand her plight.
But the nice thing is, Ann, that you’re actually one of the undead. No rest for the wicked!— Damian Barr (@Damian_Barr) December 16, 2017
We all die alone, if you are needing your hand held during the moment and can't find one perhaps you shld think about what you can do to change that.— drixy (@drix78) December 16, 2017
It could be that your shoes are too tight? But i think the most likely reason of all, is that your heart is two sizes too small.— John Krutko (@johnkrutko) December 16, 2017
Ahhhh....the melodramatic whinings of the privileged conservative. Should we set up a GoFundMe?— MaryLouise Wants A New President For Xmas Torres (@Emmluu) December 16, 2017
I don’t think so. It may have been have been a bit of food poisoning from spoiled kitten’s blood she drank and she hallucinated— Cause I'm gangsta (@ElaineHaas) December 16, 2017
Ummm so Ann Tweeted that she lives a life of quiet desperation and will die alone....how is this news?— Phil Gorden (@phipho) December 16, 2017
Of course those who are also currently single and childless didn't necessarily appreciate being lumped in with Ann's beliefs.
I'd appreciate a lot more quiet from you. Work on that part. More joy for everyone.— Lola Burger (@lolaburger510) December 15, 2017
Oh, lord. I am a 50-year-old single lesbian who lives alone with her cat and I am not this dramatic.— Tracy E. Gilchrist (@TracyEGilchrist) December 15, 2017
Speak for yourself, Ann - most single people have plenty of friends & are quite happy.— 👑 Christina Edwards 👑 (@cmluvshockey) December 15, 2017
Speak for yourself! This single is happy, and happy to see the joy kids bring to those who have them. I'm happy not to have kids, but love and adore my nieces and nephews. Go back to your bitterness and wallow if you want, but leave the rest of us out of it!— Rose. (@Rakpenguin63) December 16, 2017
There are so many options for Ms. Coulter. Just like the tax plan.
One twitter user in particular had a simple idea that could resonate the loudest. Hopefully Ms. Coulter is listening.
If you're feeling unfulfilled, try volunteering at a charity in your area. If it's children specifically you'd live to be with, many children's charities would love to have some volunteer help, I'm sure.— engaged egg 👻 (@EfficacyOfGrace) December 15, 2017