Paris Terrorist Attacks Will Elect Donald Trump President, Says Ann Coulter

Robert Jonathan

Controversial pundit Ann Coulter claims the horrific Paris terrorist attacks will elect GOP front-runner and brash business mogul Donald Trump president of the United States in November 2016.

Coulter made this prediction while unleashing a series of tweets about the Friday the 13th series of six terrorist attacks in Paris that took the lives of more than 100 persons and injured upwards of 300, for which ISIS has now claimed credit.

French President Hollande deemed the attacks collectively as an "act of war" and promised that his country "will be merciless toward the barbarians of Islamic State group."

A tracking poll from Reuters/IPSO suggests that Trump is currently surging in the polls, with 42 percent support of GOP primary voters, apparently despite what most agree was another lackluster debate performance, at least as compared to U.S. Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, and his digs at Dr. Ben Carson, Trump's nearest rival

Coulter is no stranger to politically incorrect, inappropriate, or offensive tweets, depending upon your point of view.

In August, pro-life Coulter explained on social media that she liked Trump's hardline immigration plan (which is posted on his website) so much that she doesn't care if The Donald wants to perform abortions in the White House.

The best-selling conservative author who recently published a tome outlining her immigration views supports Trump's vow to deport approximately 11 million illegal aliens from the country. The former Celebrity Apprentice host also promised to send home any Syrian refugees that President Obama wants to resettle here.

In August, Coulter declared that she had turned against Republican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina "with the hot, hot hate of a thousand suns" over the birthright citizenship issue.

Last week, the Obama administration announced it was speeding up the process for admitting thousands of Syrian refugees into the U.S., most of whom are working-age males rather than women and children.

A few hours before the Paris terrorist attack, Obama told ABC News that ISIS was "contained." In January 2014, he described ISIS as the junior varsity.

Greek authorities confirmed today that at least one of the suicide bombers in the Paris terrorist attacks entered Europe via Syrian refugee status and held a Syrian passport.

"Moving among the tens of thousands of Syrian war refugees passing through the train stations of Europe are many who are neither Syrian nor refugees, but hoping to blend into the mass migration and find a back door to the West...Swimming in the river of humanity are shady characters, too, admitted criminals, Islamic State sympathizers and a couple of guys from Fallujah, one with a fresh bullet wound, who when asked their occupation seemed confused..."

In a speech at the European Union in Strasbourg last month, UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage assailed EU leaders such as German Chancellor Angela Merkel for bringing about the ongoing migrant crisis as a result of their open-door immigration policies.

"We learn that 80 per cent of those that are coming are not Syrian refugees. In fact what you've done is open the door to young, male, economic migrants, many of whom I have to say behave in a rather aggressive manner, quite the opposite to what you'd ever expect to see from any refugee."

In September, U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper warned of the possibilty of ISIS operatives infiltrating the refugee cohort. "That is a huge concern of ours," he said, according to Bloomberg Business. Last month, FBI Director James Comey admitted to a U.S. House panel that the government has no way to run adequate background checks on Syrian refugees that might be brought to U.S. shores.

Some European leaders have increased border security control and put up border fences as a result of the migrant influx. A just-released analysis from the German government contends, however, that refugees have not increased its country's crime rate despite some reporting in the European press to the contrary.

Commenting on the Paris terrorist attacks, ex-Australian prime Minister Tony Abbott made this observation in an interview with the Sydney Telegraph. " I don't think we can leap to the conclusion that the people responsible for this in Paris are recent refugee arrivals. I think it would be quite wrong to the conclude that. But it is absolutely crystal clear that whether they are recent arrivals, whether they are second generation Parisians, the problem of Islamist extremism is severe."

— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) November 14, 2015

— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) November 14, 2015

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