On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," conservative commentator and author Ann Coulter slammed the "The View," saying the daytime talk show has turned into far-left, anti-Trump propaganda.

Carlson introduced the segment by playing a compilation of the "View" co-hosts' anti-Trump "derangement," including Whoopi Goldberg's remark that Donald Trump Jr. should only be concerned about his son being accused of sexual misconduct if the boy has those "tendencies," Joy Behar's claim that Brett Kavanaugh is "probably guilty" and is being protected by "white men," and Sunny Hostin likening President Trump to a "dictator."

He said what used to be a "breezy" daytime talk show has become "deranged propaganda" from the left. 

Coulter said this is just more evidence that the left has "lost its mind" over the Trump presidency, particularly amid the heated Supreme Court confirmation battle.


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She said that many Democrats and moderate Republicans complain about a loss of civility under Trump, yet they have nothing to say about the "hate speech" that's coming from many on the left.

"If you want to respect the institutions, then vote to confirm Kavanaugh and end this mob attack on, obviously, a very respectable and perhaps the most impressive judge who's ever been nominated," Coulter said.

She said at the end of the day, Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault, has been unable to provide evidence or corroborating witnesses to support her claims.

Despite that, Coulter said, liberals like those on "The View" continue to attack Kavanaugh and oppose his confirmation.

She noted, however, that the tide may be turning in Kavanaugh's favor, because Democrats and mainstream media outlets have resumed talking about alleged Trump-Russia collusion.


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