Ann Coulter on Bill Maher, says if Super Bowl parade shooters were white, we’d know their identity. Watch reaction.

The length of time that it took to publicly identify the culprits behind the deadly shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade is a dead giveaway that they aren’t white, at least according to Ann Coulter.

On this week’s edition of HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher,” the conservative author and pundit joined the liberal host and his guest, former Obama official and CNN political analyst Van “Whitelash” Jones. The topic came up of the tragic incident that went down on Valentine’s Day at Kansas City’s Union Station where tens of thousands turned out to celebrate their team’s latest NFL championship.

Officials dragged their feet on identifying the shooters as is nearly always the case when the suspect isn’t a member of the unfairly demonized demographic, and Coulter remarked on the lack of public information regarding the shooters who killed a mother of two and wounded numerous others, including children.

“We don’t know who did this shooting by the way, the Super Bowl shooting,” Maher said.

“We have some idea,” Coulter responded, drawing a confused “What?” from the comic and social critic.

“If it were a white man shooting, we’d know,” she said, hitting the target as the mood on the set grew tense.

“Well, we don’t know…” Maher shot back.

“That’s how we know that it’s not a white man, I can tell you that much,” she countered, suggesting that if the shooter’s skin color fit the agenda, it would be all over the media.

“You think they’re repressing that reporting?” Maher asked.

“They wouldn’t tell us about the transgender woman that shot up the Christian school for, what, like a year?” Coulter said, referring to the murderous mission by trans shooter Audrey Hale at a Nashville, Tenn. Christian elementary school, an incident so horrific that authorities are still suppressing her hateful manifesto nearly a year later.

“Oh, San Bernardino out here. Remember the crazy terrorist Muslims?” Coulter added, referring to the 2015 incident in which two Muslims massacred 14 people at a Christmas party. “That’s when I first noticed. Hmm, they’re not telling us who it is. It’s not a white male. The longer they go without telling you, it’s not a white male.”

Maher responded by stating that “we don’t officially” know that the perps weren’t white.

“We know,” Coulter emphasized.

“We don’t officially know. Okay, you know, you have special powers,” the host joked, defusing the tense moment.

At the time of the show’s airing, the identities of the suspects had still not been revealed even though pictures of two young black thugs had been posted to social media and local law enforcement had identified the motive as the result of a beef between the individuals.

It’s hardly a conspiracy theory that in leftist-dominated America today, it’s strictly forbidden to point out certain truths that are inconvenient to those with an agenda.


Chris Donaldson


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