This Doctor Savaged Ann Coulter So Hard She’ll Need Ice For That Burn

Trolling right-wing commentator and certified horrible human Ann Coulter has become a bit of a national pastime. How can someone not do it when she just makes it so damn easy?? Recently, Ann Coulter got ripped so hard by a doctor on Twitter that her ancestors are probably still dizzy.

The doctor was responding to an exceptionally stupid tweet sent by Coulter. Well, to back up, first, the NRA tweeted that doctors should “stay in their lane” when it comes to pushing for gun control.

Then, a doctor, forensic pathologist Judy Melinek, pointed out that doctors are the ones responsible for trying to save the lives of victims of gun violence, so yeah, they know a bit about it. She tweeted, “Do you have any idea how many bullets I pull out of corpses weekly? This isn’t just my lane. It’s my f***ing highway.”

But of course, that wasn’t good enough for NRA-loving Ann Coulter, who condescendingly tweeted, “Emergency room doctors pull cue balls, vines & gummy bears out of human orifices every week. That doesn’t make them experts on pool, horticulture, or chewy candy.”

Honestly, if cue balls, vines, or gummy bears were causing nearly as much death as bullets do, doctors would become experts in them. No one has killed a dozen people in mere minutes using a vine. No one ever opened up a hail of gummy bears on an unsuspecting crowd, and if they did, it would probably result in mostly joy (and maybe a few chokings).

A doctor named Cathleen London stepped in to set Coulter straight.

“We do examine assholes all day so it does make us an expert on them. You qualify.”


She’s one hundred percent right, though.

People on Twitter loved the burn, and when one person jokingly asked Dr. London to run for public office, the doctor revealed she actually is!

That tweet just got her a whole bunch of new fans and even some donations to her campaign.

Let’s hear it for Dr. Cathleen London! A doctor who’s a whiz at trolling Ann Coulter and is running for office, to boot! Not all heroes wear capes (some wear stethoscopes).


Written by Dean

Dean Altman is a writer living in NYC.