Ann Coulter: #IStandWithAnn Trends On Twitter — Anti-Semites Rally To Defend Trump-Backing Pundit

Jonathan Vankin

Ann Coulter, the 53-year-old ultra-conservative commentator and author who has become perhaps the most prominent Donald Trump supporter in the media, set off a backlash Wednesday when she posted a comment on Twitter appearing to attack "f*****g Jews" who support Israel — and to whom she said Republican presidential candidates were "pandering" in their comments during Wednesday's debate.

But even as Coulter was widely condemned for what critics called her naked anti-Semitism expressed in the Twitter post — and Coulter's later protestation in a follow-up post stating, "I like the Jews" — her remark also set off an outpouring of support on the social media micro-blogging platform, with the hashtag #IStandWithAnn reportedly accumulating more than 7,000 tweets.

The hashtag brought out an alarming flood of anti-Semitic remarks from users who said they supported Coulter's stance.

— A Big Goy (For You) (@juliusebola) September 18, 2015

— The Cuckservative (@cuckservative) September 17, 2015

The#IStandWithAnn hashtag even included a cartoon featuring the age-old, offensive stereotype of a Jewish person with a large, hooked nose.

— Nocuck (@Nocuckservative) September 17, 2015

Even Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, supported Coulter in her attack on Republican "pandering" to what she described as "f*****g Jews."

— (@khamenei_ir) September 17, 2015

— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) September 17, 2015

[Image: Ann Coulter Twitter Feed]