Ann Coulter said on "The Kelly File" tonight that Democrats' stance on immigration is part of a massive plan to inundate the country with people who will bloc-vote for the Democratic Party.

"Obama never would have been elected but for Teddy Kennedy's 1965 Immigration Act," Coulter asserted. "It's not as if Democrats are winning all these victories because they've changed the Americans' minds. No, they brought in new voters. That is why they are winning."

Coulter added that illegal immigrants are merely guests in the U.S. and have no right to complain.

"If you have no right to even be in this country, America hasn't done anything to you," Coulter said. "You're the ones who should be being grateful to us and hoping you'll be allowed to come in legally."

"The motto should be: There are way too many, and there shouldn't be any," Coulter said. "It even rhymes."

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