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Ann Coulter landed in San Francisco at 3 p.m. Thursday, despite her UC Berkeley appearance being canceled, and discovered through texts from allies at the campus that her fans vastly outnumbered those who showed up to protest her.
“Ten-to-one,” Coulter said as she exited the plane after arriving in San Francisco. “Who has a better idea of what it’s going to be like than the person who’s going there as opposed to the moron sitting in Washington? Please call and get a comment from the p—— at [Young Americas Foundation]. I knew it.”
“We would not agree,” YAF vice president Andrew Coffin responded.
Video of Coulter below was supplied by a film crew in town making No Safe Spaces, a documentary about political correctness at American universities that stars Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager.
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