No Safe Spaces with Ann Coulter

There are too few refuges for free speech. But on Ricochet our cup overfloweth! To keep things going full speed, we asked our friend Ann Coulter on to dish out an abundant full scoop. She’s just launched her new Substack and podcast to push back on… well, just about everyone who she believes is getting in the way of freedom, America and the families who make it great. As is her wont, Ann turns over more than a few stones. Most notably, she’s got a bone to pick with the January 6th Commission. And with Trump. And with the elites that went nuts because of Trump!

If you’re an unfettered lover of people calling it like they see it, this one’s for you. Wanna give Ann a piece of your mind?!? Join Ricochet and let her have it in the comments!

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  1. kedavis Coolidge
    kedavis
    @kedavis

    Even if everything else about #600 is just perfect, the problem then will be that it’s too short.

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  2. kedavis Coolidge
    kedavis
    @kedavis

    And people definitely miss hot dogs.

     

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  3. Leslie Watkins Member
    Leslie Watkins
    @LeslieWatkins

    On the one hand, Ann Coulter admits she got Trump terribly wrong, her fervid book title to the contrary. On the other hand, she expects ultra-MAGA—who would completely disagree that Trump failed to keep any of his promises—to believe that she, not they, know how to save the country. Not gonna happen, of course—she’s always falling in and out of love with politicians—but I’d really like it if she kept her feelings about De Santis to herself.

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  4. Bishop Wash Member
    Bishop Wash
    @BishopWash

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    On the one hand, Ann Coulter admits she got Trump terribly wrong, her fervid book title to the contrary. On the other hand, she expects ultra-MAGA—who would completely disagree that Trump failed to keep any of his promises—to believe that she, not they, know how to save the country. Not gonna happen, of course—she’s always falling in and out of love with politicians—but I’d really like it if she kept her feelings about De Santis to herself.

    I remember her infatuation with Romney. 

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  5. ToryWarWriter Thatcher
    ToryWarWriter
    @ToryWarWriter

    Listening to this podcast reminds me how hard it is to do basic political math.  It seems only me and Ron Desantis can pass the test

     

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  6. OccupantCDN Coolidge
    OccupantCDN
    @OccupantCDN

    Dead Drop by Micheal Connelly was published in 2011.

    I never liked mustard (at least not until recently) I would put Ketchup and relish on a hot dog. Nobody ever gave me any stick about it…

    The new Bosch series is great. I really didnt think Bosch did things that where un-bosch, I think he changed roles he’s not an LAPD detective anymore, he’s a private detective. So the things that Bosch does that LAPD detective Bosch would never have done – was (to me) consistent to the man – but a man constrained by the rolls he is in service of. Does that make sense? I want to defend Bosch, but also not have spoilers…

    Night Sky sounds very interesting, I’ll have to check that one out.

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  7. Dotorimuk Coolidge
    Dotorimuk
    @Dotorimuk

    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    On the one hand, Ann Coulter admits she got Trump terribly wrong, her fervid book title to the contrary. On the other hand, she expects ultra-MAGA—who would completely disagree that Trump failed to keep any of his promises—to believe that she, not they, know how to save the country. Not gonna happen, of course—she’s always falling in and out of love with politicians—but I’d really like it if she kept her feelings about De Santis to herself.

    I remember her infatuation with Romney.

    She’s fun to listen to, but I don’t expect consistency from her. When Trump was running, she made some awful comment about how she wouldn’t care if he performed abortions in the White House, because he had a supposedly good immigration policy

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  8. Steve Fast Coolidge
    Steve Fast
    @SteveFast

    I heard her give the keynote address at an oil and gas conference in Lafayette, La., in the early 2010s. She was a lot of fun and said a lot of hilarious and outrageous things. Louisiana is a red state, but there was a Democratic minority at the conference who were offended by what she said. I didn’t think any of her barbs should have been taken personally; but of course, they weren’t directed at me.

    In many ways she is like Trump – you have to take her seriously not literally. She has made me think about many things. I don’t always agree with her, but I learn a lot from her and have fun doing it.

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  9. kedavis Coolidge
    kedavis
    @kedavis

    Dotorimuk (View Comment):
    She’s fun to listen to, but I don’t expect consistency from her.

    Never expect consistency from women.

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  10. Leslie Watkins Member
    Leslie Watkins
    @LeslieWatkins

    Dotorimuk (View Comment):

    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    On the one hand, Ann Coulter admits she got Trump terribly wrong, her fervid book title to the contrary. On the other hand, she expects ultra-MAGA—who would completely disagree that Trump failed to keep any of his promises—to believe that she, not they, know how to save the country. Not gonna happen, of course—she’s always falling in and out of love with politicians—but I’d really like it if she kept her feelings about De Santis to herself.

    I remember her infatuation with Romney.

    She’s fun to listen to, but I don’t expect consistency from her. When Trump was running, she made some awful comment about how she wouldn’t care if he performed abortions in the White House, because he had a supposedly good immigration policy

    That’s the rub. True, the wall wasn’t built. But the deal with Mexico demonstrably stabilized the border situation. Does not a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Or is it simply, he didn’t build the wall so he’s dead to me.

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  11. kedavis Coolidge
    kedavis
    @kedavis

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    Dotorimuk (View Comment):

    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    On the one hand, Ann Coulter admits she got Trump terribly wrong, her fervid book title to the contrary. On the other hand, she expects ultra-MAGA—who would completely disagree that Trump failed to keep any of his promises—to believe that she, not they, know how to save the country. Not gonna happen, of course—she’s always falling in and out of love with politicians—but I’d really like it if she kept her feelings about De Santis to herself.

    I remember her infatuation with Romney.

    She’s fun to listen to, but I don’t expect consistency from her. When Trump was running, she made some awful comment about how she wouldn’t care if he performed abortions in the White House, because he had a supposedly good immigration policy

    That’s the rub. True, the wall wasn’t built. But the deal with Mexico demonstrably stabilized the border situation. Does not a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Or is it simply, he didn’t build the wall so he’s dead to me.

    That and, the agreement was something he could do without having to get Congress to pass funding etc.

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  12. James Lileks Contributor
    James Lileks
    @jameslileks

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):
    The new Bosch series is great. I really didnt think Bosch did things that where un-bosch, I think he changed roles he’s not an LAPD detective anymore, he’s a private detective. So the things that Bosch does that LAPD detective Bosch would never have done – was (to me) consistent to the man – but a man constrained by the rolls he is in service of. Does that make sense? I want to defend Bosch, but also not have spoilers…

    They made his new role clear in the first ep, when he does some B&E for a client. I thought, okay, new Harry. But the old Harry we loved would have rolled lights and sirens if he learned some PI was going to blow up an oil pipeline.

    It seemed unnecessary, as if they had to add some pyrotechnics and cybermumbojumbo to jazz it all up. The audience wants dogged Harry. They’d be happy with  boring Harry, who reads murder books until 2 AM while listening to jazz.  In other words, policeman Harry. Now he’s a guy who can detonate things by remote control because technology and who he totally own the bad guys – eh. 

    “Legacy” was full of regrettable choices. Too much Honey Chandler. Too much of the holdover plot with the bad guy from season 7. As much as I came to appreciate the daughter  character on a recent rewatch, Action-Figure Maddie with her constant expression of confused constipation is not all that interesting, and you can’t shake the suspicion that she’s there to connect the viewer to the institutional police element of the series. Don’t give me 3 minutes of J. Edgar; it only suggests you can’t afford anything more. If you’re going to bring in Crate and Barrel, here’s your opportunity to give those guys some spotlight time in scenes that don’t concern the main plot, instead of making it seem like a Very Special Guest moment. 

    One of the biggest errors: making Harry decamp from his house early in the series. His house was a defining element of the show, and the way they moved him out into some apartment somewhere just said “well, we had two days shooting in the old house, max.” The psychological impact of losing his old place seemed irrelevant. 

    Harry, at this point, should be changed. He’s lost his authority. He can’t call in for backup. Much of this can be laid at his feet, and he has to know that.

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  13. Dr.Guido Member
    Dr.Guido
    @DrGuido

    I was once a kinda-sorta fan of hers….I had not heard her in some time and hearing her tonight makes me realize I did NOT miss her at all. She was once more clever than snarky even though she always had been a snark. Now she seems a bit schizo.

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  14. OccupantCDN Coolidge
    OccupantCDN
    @OccupantCDN

    James Lileks (View Comment):

    They made his new role clear in the first ep, when he does some B&E for a client. I thought, okay, new Harry. But the old Harry we loved would have rolled lights and sirens if he learned some PI was going to blow up an oil pipeline.

    [Sorry had to cut most of your comment to make room for mine.]

    This is what I was thinking of, he’s still interested in justice – but he’s stepping outside the law to achieve for his clients. Which is narratively more acceptable now that he’s not police. The first episode B&E was to retrieve a music box. (Was it a nasty divorce situation? The guy was just keeping the music box to hurt her? I think – other sentimental value to the music box as well, for her) 

    The bombing of the pipeline siphon was also to achieve justice – they new the scheme the Russian gang was doing to steal gas, but couldn’t prove any of it – the only way they could get caught, if something went wrong with the siphon. IF it literally blew up in their faces. He made sure everyone was clear of the building – before setting it off. He still has boundaries he’s not a killer.

    The technology stuff was handled by his partner/consultant friend – as demonstrated when he tried to connect bluetooth speakers to his phone… (Also a great add for those speakers – mine disconnect if I leave the room, yet he can wander that huge estate and remain connected?) He’s still the baffled boomer when it comes to technology.

    I could have done without the decampment plot as well, but perhaps it’ll explain why he’s got the capital to invest in his new businesses in future seasons. Also to show he’s not as materialisticly driven as you’d expect an LA mansion owner to be – The you’ll own nothing, and be happy trope? 

    Honey and Maddy are great sources of cases for him. I like that each episode is following multiple cases. Its the one pet peeve that I have with most police dramas – they follow 1 case per episode – even in cities that have 400+ murders per year. The police dont have time to invest resources into 1 crime until its solved – even if the episode follows only the 1 crime – there should be noise of other cases going on around them… Its even worse when they largely only follow 1 crime for an entire season…

    I kinda liked that villains from his past are haunting him a bit – the legal system is never cleanly cut and dry as TV, bad guys still gonna be bad guys – even if they’re not in the narrative any more… They’re out in the world rotting or plotting.

    Despite what you see as flaws in the series did you enjoy it?

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  15. RufusRJones Member
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    @RufusRJones

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    Dotorimuk (View Comment):

    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    On the one hand, Ann Coulter admits she got Trump terribly wrong, her fervid book title to the contrary. On the other hand, she expects ultra-MAGA—who would completely disagree that Trump failed to keep any of his promises—to believe that she, not they, know how to save the country. Not gonna happen, of course—she’s always falling in and out of love with politicians—but I’d really like it if she kept her feelings about De Santis to herself.

    I remember her infatuation with Romney.

    She’s fun to listen to, but I don’t expect consistency from her. When Trump was running, she made some awful comment about how she wouldn’t care if he performed abortions in the White House, because he had a supposedly good immigration policy

    That’s the rub. True, the wall wasn’t built. But the deal with Mexico demonstrably stabilized the border situation. Does not a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Or is it simply, he didn’t build the wall so he’s dead to me.

    The Mexican military was harassing people trying to come here. Remain in Mexico was in effect. ICE was doing their job all over the country. Biden reversed all of that. 

    Then you will have Democrats saying it’s more complicated than that. Then throw in all of the new incentives like how they help them travel all over the country.

    If you are going to argue with a Democrat you have to keep that straight in your head. It’s actually more layered than that, but it’s too complicated.

    • #15
  16. RufusRJones Member
    RufusRJones
    @RufusRJones

    When You Vote Democrat You Are Not Getting Scoop Jackson, Lloyd Bentsen, Or Daniel Patrick Moynihan™ None Of Those Guys Are Coming Back™ 

     

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  17. ctlaw Coolidge
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    @ctlaw

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  18. I Walton Member
    I Walton
    @IWalton

    She’s probably right about the tightness of the next two elections, and that doesn’t even count cheating which will be massive.

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  19. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
    Bryan G. Stephens
    @BryanGStephens

    ToryWarWriter (View Comment):

    Listening to this podcast reminds me how hard it is to do basic political math. It seems only me and Ron Desantis can pass the test

     

    I’ll let you give me a brief so I don’t have too listen! ;)

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  20. Mark Alexander Coolidge
    Mark Alexander
    @MarkAlexander

    It’s all “Politics as Usual” with this podcast. *sigh* Time for me to start writing my next in-depth post, “The 12-Step Totalitarian Program” to make the case that it is no longer Politics as Usual. May take a week or two.

    In the meantime, here is your Required Reading:

    The Psychology of Totalitarianism

    Even by 2017, it could no longer be denied: The grip of governments on private life was growing tremendously fast. We were experiencing an erosion of the right to privacy (especially since 9/11), alternative voices were increasingly censored and suppressed (particularly in the context of the climate debate), the number of intrusive actions by security forces was rising dramatically, and more. It was not only governments behind these developments, however. The rapid emergence of “woke” culture and the growing climate movement was giving rise to the call for a new, hyper-strict government that emerged from within the population itself. Terrorists, climate changes, heterosexual men, and, later, viruses were considered too dangerous to be tackled with old-fashioned means. The technological “tracking and tracing” of populations became increasingly acceptable and was even deemed necessary.

    The dystopian vision of the German-Jewish philosopher Hannah Arendt loomed at society’s horizon: the emergence of a new totalitarianism, no longer led by flamboyant “mob leaders” such as Joseph Stalin or Adolf Hitler but by dull bureaucrats and technocrats.

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  21. Columbo Member
    Columbo
    @Columbo

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    On the one hand, Ann Coulter admits she got Trump terribly wrong, her fervid book title to the contrary. On the other hand, she expects ultra-MAGA—who would completely disagree that Trump failed to keep any of his promises—to believe that she, not they, know how to save the country. Not gonna happen, of course—she’s always falling in and out of love with politicians—but I’d really like it if she kept her feelings about De Santis to herself.

    So true! I remember when Annie was ALL IN for the Mittens!

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  22. davenr321 Coolidge
    davenr321
    @davenr321

    I remember when she got booted from NR. I like to read her columns in Taki; she has serious insult chops. I really like it when I disagree with her, too, which is half the time. Keeps me in check. Her abandonment of Trump I really disagreed with, but her reasoning I noted.

    the important thing, though, is what’s up with this lawsuit, guys? Rob explained it  a few ‘casts ago, but WTF??? Is it something like $100M and for what? Accidentally not securing permission for using a picture you thought was fair use? (I could have that wrong, but that’s what I remember Rob describing.) I’m just a humble Coolidge-level subscriber, but there’s got to be some folks of suitable means who could make it go away or appropriately credentialed to take on the judge or whomever and right what seems like a mission of ruination.

    And that is what this unworthy listener got from this episode. 

    • #22
  23. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Dotorimuk (View Comment):
    She’s fun to listen to, but I don’t expect consistency from her.

    Never expect consistency from women.

    “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”?  

    Like Joe & Mika, Ann Coulter expected President Trump to sit at her feet and imbibe her pearls of wisdom.  But there is a difference between courting and governing.

    If Trump is the nominee in 2024, “Liz Cheney ally Ann Coulter” is well-positioned to get her share of that sweet sweet Omidyar money.

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  24. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    RufusRJones (View Comment):

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    Dotorimuk (View Comment):

    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    On the one hand, Ann Coulter admits she got Trump terribly wrong, her fervid book title to the contrary. On the other hand, she expects ultra-MAGA—who would completely disagree that Trump failed to keep any of his promises—to believe that she, not they, know how to save the country. Not gonna happen, of course—she’s always falling in and out of love with politicians—but I’d really like it if she kept her feelings about De Santis to herself.

    I remember her infatuation with Romney.

    She’s fun to listen to, but I don’t expect consistency from her. When Trump was running, she made some awful comment about how she wouldn’t care if he performed abortions in the White House, because he had a supposedly good immigration policy

    That’s the rub. True, the wall wasn’t built. But the deal with Mexico demonstrably stabilized the border situation. Does not a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Or is it simply, he didn’t build the wall so he’s dead to me.

    The Mexican military was harassing people trying to come here. Remain in Mexico was in effect. ICE was doing their job all over the country. Biden reversed all of that.

    Then you will have Democrats saying it’s more complicated than that. Then throw in all of the new incentives like how they help them travel all over the country.

    If you are going to argue with a Democrat you have to keep that straight in your head. It’s actually more layered than that, but it’s too complicated.

    Actually, 458 miles of the border wall system were built, it says here.

    As I recall, Trump talked to the border patrol, and learned that they thought they needed about 600 miles of wall.  That was with their current personnel level, they explained. With enough personnel, no wall would be necessary.

     

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  25. RufusRJones Member
    RufusRJones
    @RufusRJones

    Taras (View Comment):

    RufusRJones (View Comment):

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    Dotorimuk (View Comment):

    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Leslie Watkins (View Comment):

    On the one hand, Ann Coulter admits she got Trump terribly wrong, her fervid book title to the contrary. On the other hand, she expects ultra-MAGA—who would completely disagree that Trump failed to keep any of his promises—to believe that she, not they, know how to save the country. Not gonna happen, of course—she’s always falling in and out of love with politicians—but I’d really like it if she kept her feelings about De Santis to herself.

    I remember her infatuation with Romney.

    She’s fun to listen to, but I don’t expect consistency from her. When Trump was running, she made some awful comment about how she wouldn’t care if he performed abortions in the White House, because he had a supposedly good immigration policy

    That’s the rub. True, the wall wasn’t built. But the deal with Mexico demonstrably stabilized the border situation. Does not a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Or is it simply, he didn’t build the wall so he’s dead to me.

    The Mexican military was harassing people trying to come here. Remain in Mexico was in effect. ICE was doing their job all over the country. Biden reversed all of that.

    Then you will have Democrats saying it’s more complicated than that. Then throw in all of the new incentives like how they help them travel all over the country.

    If you are going to argue with a Democrat you have to keep that straight in your head. It’s actually more layered than that, but it’s too complicated.

    Actually, 458 miles of the border wall system were built, it says here.

    As I recall, Trump talked to the border patrol, and learned that they thought they needed about 600 miles of wall. That was with their current personnel level, they explained. With enough personnel, no wall would be necessary.

     

    Right. I forgot about that. 

    You aren’t going to win a policy argument unless you keep this simple list in your head. Democrat voters really think this is just some natural event.

    90% are lying about asylum.

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  26. Vince Guerra Member
    Vince Guerra
    @VinceGuerra

    I’d wondered when she’d be on the podcast again. I guess now that’s she’s rabidly anti-Trump, denies the stolen election, and has a bone to pick with ex-boyfriend D’Souza she now meets the prerequisites for being on the Ricochet platform.

    • #26
  27. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    Vince Guerra (View Comment):

    I’d wondered when she’d be on the podcast again. I guess now that’s she’s rabidly anti-Trump, denies the stolen election, and has a bone to pick with ex-boyfriend Disuza she now meets the prerequisites for being on the Ricochet platform.

    Um, you mean Dinesh D’Souza?

    Yeah, it was a little revolting to listen to.   For the first time the idea crossed my mind that maybe Ricochet was wrong for me.  Like Republican elites, despising its own rank and file.

    P.S.:  Of course the election was stolen (the banning of the New York Post, Zuck Bucks, etc.).  The only question is whether it was stolen legally, or stolen illegally.

    • #27
  28. James Lileks Contributor
    James Lileks
    @jameslileks

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    James Lileks (View Comment):

    They made his new role clear in the first ep, when he does some B&E for a client. I thought, okay, new Harry. But the old Harry we loved would have rolled lights and sirens if he learned some PI was going to blow up an oil pipeline.

    [Sorry had to cut most of your comment to make room for mine.]

    This is what I was thinking of, he’s still interested in justice – but he’s stepping outside the law to achieve for his clients. Which is narratively more acceptable now that he’s not police. The first episode B&E was to retrieve a music box. (Was it a nasty divorce situation? The guy was just keeping the music box to hurt her? I think – other sentimental value to the music box as well, for her)

    The bombing of the pipeline siphon was also to achieve justice – they new the scheme the Russian gang was doing to steal gas, but couldn’t prove any of it – the only way they could get caught, if something went wrong with the siphon. IF it literally blew up in their faces. He made sure everyone was clear of the building – before setting it off. He still has boundaries he’s not a killer.

    The technology stuff was handled by his partner/consultant friend – as demonstrated when he tried to connect bluetooth speakers to his phone… (Also a great add for those speakers – mine disconnect if I leave the room, yet he can wander that huge estate and remain connected?) He’s still the baffled boomer when it comes to technology.

    I could have done without the decampment plot as well, but perhaps it’ll explain why he’s got the capital to invest in his new businesses in future seasons. Also to show he’s not as materialisticly driven as you’d expect an LA mansion owner to be – The you’ll own nothing, and be happy trope?

    Honey and Maddy are great sources of cases for him. I like that each episode is following multiple cases. Its the one pet peeve that I have with most police dramas – they follow 1 case per episode – even in cities that have 400+ murders per year. The police dont have time to invest resources into 1 crime until its solved – even if the episode follows only the 1 crime – there should be noise of other cases going on around them… Its even worse when they largely only follow 1 crime for an entire season…

    I kinda liked that villains from his past are haunting him a bit – the legal system is never cleanly cut and dry as TV, bad guys still gonna be bad guys – even if they’re not in the narrative any more… They’re out in the world rotting or plotting.

    Despite what you see as flaws in the series did you enjoy it?

    I did, because of Welliver and the remnant Bosch vibes. I look forward to season 2!

    • #28
  29. Vince Guerra Member
    Vince Guerra
    @VinceGuerra

    Taras (View Comment):
    Yeah, it was a little revolting to listen to.   For the first time the idea crossed my mind that maybe Ricochet was wrong for me.  Like Republican elites, despising its own rank and file.

    That’s been my impression on every episode I’ve tried to listen to (a handfull) since 2020. I only commented here because I think its telling how as soon as she goes on the attack against patriots she gets booked. 

    • #29
  30. Blue Yeti Admin
    Blue Yeti
    @BlueYeti

    Vince Guerra (View Comment):I’d wondered when she’d be on the podcast again. I guess now that’s she’s rabidly anti-Trump, denies the stolen election, and has a bone to pick with ex-boyfriend D’Souza she now meets the prerequisites for being on the Ricochet platform.

     

    For the record, we had Ann on numerous times during the 2016 election cycle and devoted a special show to the launch of her book, In Trump We Trust. We stopped booking her when she made her now infamous u-turn on Trump.

    18 months seemed to us more than enough time for the statute of limitations to run out on this stuff, but apparently not. Nevertheless, we wanted to help Ann launch her new Substack and podcast and would have booked her even if she still was a Trump supporter.  Because she was very generous with her time in our early days and came on this show whenever we asked. That was a huge boost in getting this podcast noticed and we are extremely grateful for it. Who Ann supported (and then didn’t support) 3 or 4 years ago isn’t relevant to us.

    In terms of your other point, we did a live event with Mollie Hemingway and Byron York this past Wednesday night. The audio of the event is in The Byron York Show podcast feed. We’ll have Mollie on this show later in the summer when Rigged is released in paperback.

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