ANN COULTER ON FIRE=> Stumps for Paul Nehlen: “This Is Your Last Chance to Save America” (VIDEO)
Best-selling author and columnist Ann Coulter traveled to Wisconsin Saturday to rally with conservative Paul Nehlen.
Nehlen is running against pro-TPP, pro-open borders candidate Paul Ryan in the Republican primary on Tuesday.
Ann Coulter warned the Wisconsin crowd today– This is your last chance to save America.
Nehlen leaves the station on Tuesday and Trump in November and after that you are never going to hear a candidate talk about trade and immigration again if we don’t get these elections right.
“I am saying to you Wisconsin, district one, you are so lucky that you have a chance to cast the first vote for the party of America for Americans and for Paul Nehlen. Thank you very much!”
— Tha Dingus/TheBRB (@tha_dingus) August 6, 2016
Twelve-time New York Times bestselling author and conservative columnist and commentator Ann Coulter lit House Speaker Paul Ryan’s hometown on fire in a blistering rebuke of Ryan here on Saturday in which she endorsed Republican businessman Paul Nehlen for Congress.
“You are so lucky to be living in this district because it’s like we’re standing in the Amtrak train station looking up and there’s only two trains leaving,” Coulter said in a speech just a few city blocks away from Ryan’s mansion here on Saturday. “You got the Nehlen leaving at 2:06 and then the Trump leaving the station. After that happens, there’s not another train coming through. This is it. This is your last chance to save America. Vote for the party of America for Americans and vote for Paul Nehlen.”
Coulter, one of 2016 GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s earliest and fiercest supporters, backed Nehlen for Congress here after Trump backed Ryan Friday night. Earlier in the week Trump withheld his backing from Ryan. Trump read it from a piece of paper during his Green Bay rally on the other side of the state before he actually began his real rally, and Ryan’s team was unenthusiastic about it, telling Breitbart News that the Speaker “appreciates the gesture.”
Here is Ann’s speech today in Janesville: