Ann Coulter Confesses, “I Used To Be A Man!”

And not just any man, as it turns out, but 1970’s TV star, Grizzly Adams.

Ann Coulter circa 1977

Ann Coulter, circa 1977

Ann Coulter Today

Ann Coulter Today

“I always knew I was a conservative, right-wing harpy trapped in the body of a bear-loving outdoors man,” the former Mr Adams said. “But I was afraid to say anything about it because of the discrimination so many transgendered people face in America. So I secretly moved to Sweden, shaved my beard, and had a sex change operation. I stayed in Sweden working as an “escort” to wealthy business men until I earned enough money to return to the states and fully become the conservative, judgmental, bitch I always felt I was.

Hopefully my fellow conservative, judgmental friends will still embrace and love me now that they know I once had a cock and a thick-ass beard. I see no reason why they should have an issue with this. Do you?”

18 thoughts on “Ann Coulter Confesses, “I Used To Be A Man!”

  1. I was completely fooled. I can’t watch Nancy Grace anymore. All I see is Earnest Borgnine. And I liked EB better.


  2. I did not notice that two photo were same person, until I hear explanation.
    It was a big surprise.


  3. Anne Coulter looks like an anorexic prostitute with an STD who has just done ten lines of coke. Sounds like one, too. I think she is just running away from himself.


  4. I am sorry but are you really sure she was not the grizzly bear instead of the man. I think her personality was much more the bear. Hugs


  5. Seems like a jolly fine fellow to me…the things your American political hopefuls do to further their cause!


  6. Does not surprise me at all.


  7. What a metamorphosis! Poor Grizzly, he was a conservative judgmental bitch trapped inside a bear of a man’s body. Now look at him.


  8. Disturbingly enough, this actually explains a lot…


  9. Nooooooooooo…. Adams was such a gentle soul


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