It’s just this: Ann Coulter is busy … again. Or he?
British right-wing radical Laurence Fox announced the other day that he and The 61-year-old gay-hating political hack plans to spend the rest of their lives together in holy matrimony.
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“I am very happy to announce this@AnnCoulterand I’m getting married,” he tweeted on Jan. 1, along with a very romantic photo of himself and Coulter in a cafeteria together.
So happy to announce that?@AnnCoulter? and I’m getting married. pic.twitter.com/2qTszgZ8UT
— Laurence Fox (@LozzaFox) January 1, 2023
Now we’re 99.99% sure it’s a joke.
Fox has a history of fake engagement announcements like this, and Coulter has been engaged multiple times but never walked down the aisle.
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Her rumored boyfriends and fiances have varied over the years from conspiracy theorist Dinesh D’Souza to tennis star-turned-Christian-radio-host David Wheaton to his bodyguard, with several wildcards including Democratic politician Andrew Stein and liberal comedian Bill Maher.
In 2002, he told The Telegraph he was still on the hunt for Mr Right (wing). “I have been engaged many times. Four, I think,” he said at the time, adding, “I don’t even remember all of them. “I don’t think about the past five minutes after they leave.”
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After 20 years, his lifelong search for love and happiness may or may not be over.
People had all kinds of reactions to Fox and Coulter’s “big news.” Here’s what they say..
Happy couple pic.twitter.com/Gi5twLhnDx
— Kieran McNamara (@KieranMcNamar12) January 1, 2023
I think he had to reconcile at some point.
— Jim Daws (@RightNowJimDaws) January 2, 2023
Both your eyes say you’re joking.
— Peter von Deeter (@globalcounselor) January 1, 2023
🥱So boring with your fake engagement ads! So far in the last 3 years we have met Kathy Gyngell, Julia Hartley and Arabella Neagle! pic.twitter.com/mQfgysfeok
— SignOfTheTimes (@sickofcranks) January 1, 2023
Like on purpose?
— EllieB (@EbbpProductions) January 1, 2023
@AnnCoulter he turns to his loved ones.
OR is loved.
OR never really loved but were on their team.
May you never be the object of his anger.
— Lupe Colon (@LupeColon) January 1, 2023
Will it be a regular thing to ask friends? https://t.co/u5t38dIY9s
— Ballen (@ballenontour) January 1, 2023
Will Chris Christie officiate the wedding?
— Jorge E. Ravelo (@jeravelo) January 1, 2023
Both of you are what the other deserves
— Ian Charles (@ian_charles007) January 1, 2023
I see you are starting 2023 with the same jokes as 2019
— J (@thacriminal1992) January 1, 2023
Sorry Laurens, at least you’re second in line.
— David Atherton (@DaveAtherton20) January 1, 2023
The line starts there pic.twitter.com/qznGFHwpsS
— Antensity (@anntensity) January 1, 2023
All that being said, if Fox and Coulter were to actually team up, it would be a match made in right-wing heaven (aka Hell). The two have a lot in common.
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Last year, Fox was suspended on Twitter for tweeting an image of a swastika made from the LGBTQ+ Progressive Pride flag: “You can call it open. [Union Jack] fa symbol[s]The Body and Totalitarianism on Twatter. You cannot criticize the sacred flags.
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Meanwhile, Coulter has a long and well-documented disdain for queer people… and pretty much any group that doesn’t identify as cis, white, straight, conservative, Native American, and Christian. (He’s also a big fan of swastikas.)
While you’re here, relive comic Nikki Glaser’s unofficial Coulter roast. Rob Lowe’s Comedy Central Roast In 2016, because, well, why not?