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Ann Coulter: Debbie Wasserman Shultz Is a "Hideous Beast Who Has a Voice Like a Hyena Getting an Abortion" (Video)

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Well, here's what just came out of Ann Coulter's mouth in front of an audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference -- Florida, during what was apparently a comparison between Republicans and Democrats done by illustrating a pair of South Florida congressmen:

"I want to implant it in people's minds that the Democrats, represented by Debbie Wasserman Schultz -- a hideous beast who has a voice like a hyena getting an abortion -- and the utterly studly, articulate, elegant, war hero Allen West," she said.

Check out the video after the jump:


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