Ann Coulter Says Politicians Are "Working Feverishly To Turn The Country Into Mexico"

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Conservative pundit Ann Coulter said something offensive about Latinos recently. Surprised? We didn't think so. Coulter has continued her racism veiled as foreign policy rhetoric in a new column called, "When did we vote to become Mexico?"

In the column, Coulter states that America would do better with less immigrants -- specifically from Latin America and Mexico. She states that the Obama adnimistration has created a series of scandals -- from the IRS to the Department of Justice -- to distract Americans from what Marco Rubio, Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham and John McCain are doing. And what are they doing, you may ask? Apparently, "working feverishly to turn the country into Mexico." 

She goes on to state that she preferred the "ethnic composition" that the U.S.A. used to have -- one of European descent. Nope, we're not joking. Pretty much equating Mexicans and Hispanics (because every Hispanic immigrant is Mexican, didn't you know?), Coulter goes on to state that with the passing of Rubio's amnesty bill, the country will become another country -- namely, Mexico.

And just to make sure you DON'T think she's a racist, Coulter goes on to state that she wouldn't want any other ethnic goup either. "I wouldn't want that many Japanese! I wouldn't want that many Dutch!" See, she's totally not a racist. She just wishes that we would stay a European-centric immigrant country, and not a brown one. That's totally NOT a racist remark that we're turning into Mexico. Not one bit.

Read the rest of Ann's column here, and let us know: Do you think Ann has a point? Is the U.S. turning into Mexico? And are we being distracted by "scandals" that are far less important? Share in the comments!

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