Ann Coulter Says Latinos Have 'Cultural Acceptance Of Child Rape'

"These are cultures where women help the men rape kids."
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Conservative pundit Ann Coulter cited seven sex crimes in her column Thursday to make an argument that the 53 million Latinos in the U.S. have a "cultural acceptance of child rape."

In a piece titled "Donald Trump: Still Right About Mexican Rapists" on The Daily Caller, Coulter defended the GOP presidential candidate and celebrity hotelier's assertion that Mexican immigrants crossing into the U.S. are rapists, drug smugglers and criminals. But not only that, Coulter suggested that Latino families are disproportionately abusive because of a handful of cases.

"When it comes to child rape, the whole family gets involved. (They are family-oriented!)" Coulter writes. "Far from 'I am woman, hear me roar,' these are cultures where women help the men rape kids."

In Coulter's world, left-wing voters and politicians have blasted Trump not because he utters offensive comments, but because he's revealed their supposed hypocrisy.

"In the entire American media, there have been more stories about a rape by Duke lacrosse players that didn’t happen than about the slew of child rapes by Hispanics that did because Democrats want the votes and businesses want the cheap labor," she said. "No wonder they hate Trump."

That's Coulter being Coulter.

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