Time For Another Coulter Book Tour…And Voting Controversy

Let me just preface this by saying that seeing Ann Coulter being interviewed and listening to that woman talk makes fingernails across the chalkboard sound like a Mozart symphony so when I hear she has another “book” coming out, I get the ear plugs and blindfold ready. With that said, it appears something else happens each time Coulter goes on a book tour. More allegations appear that makes one wonder if the so-called political commentator has mastered that whole voting thing.

A few years back when Coulter was making headlines by calling 9/11 widows “harpies and witches”, she became embroiled in a voting controversy where questions were raised about improperly using an address that she didn’t live at in Florida to absentee vote. She was eventually “cleared” of those charges but new allegations have surfaced that apparently show she might have had issues remembering where she lived as much a 4 years earlier.

Coulter, who was investigated and cleared in 2006 for allegedly filing a false registration in Florida, used to be registered in Connecticut. The 47-year-old author voted there in 2002 and 2004 via absentee ballot, claiming her parents’ New Canaan home as her residence.

But property records indicate she was actually living in New York City. In 2003, the landlord of an E. 82nd St. apartment building sued her for allegedly failing to pay $11,028 in rent. That same year, she bought a $1.49 million condo on the upper East Side.

Is figuring out where you are supposed to vote really that hard?

Read the whole story here but be warned that there is a photo that could burn your eyes if you aren’t careful.

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