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Ann Coulter Dines at Gay Restaurant in West Hollywood

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The Huffington Post's Rick Jacobs hit West Hollywood's Murano over the weekend. The restaurant, owned by lesbian night club owners Robin Gans and Sandy Sachs and gay club promoter Jeffrey Sanker, is a popular new gay eatery. So Jacobs was understandably floored to see none other than Ann Coulter, known for her Falwell-praising gay hate, her "faggot" slurs, and her hobnobbing with "ex-gay porn star" Marines, feeding her piehole among WeHo's finest.

We contacted Jacobs, who offered Towleroad the photographic evidence (above).

Writes Jacobs in the HuffPost: Coulter_2"Notorious people have the right to dine where they please. I also think that they have to eat their own cooking. It's quite simple, really. If a person makes her money by being famous and that person has an addiction problem, she has the right to privacy to solve that problem. But if she proclaims her sobriety to get out of jail and then shows up at a bar, she has to expect that her public might inquire as to her truth. You can't have it both ways: sober for the police and the press; publicly drunk for real. In time, you are caught in the lie. It's one or the other, fame or privacy...How many adolescents in mid-America have heard Ms. Coulter saying they are 'faggots,' subhumans who should die, just so she could eat dinner at a gay-owned establishment and pay with blood money? How many lives have ended so that Ms. Coulter can giggle and guzzle in West Hollywood? I do not believe in bothering famous people when they are out in public. But Ann Coulter created her fame and fortune by cultivating a persona of hate. She has to be called to account. Next time, I hope the folks at Murano or any other public establishment will just say no to the Ann Coulters of the world. Let Ann Coulter eat her own cooking. I doubt she can stand the taste of what she dishes, but it's worth letting her try."

Read about Jacobs' entire experience here:

Ann Coulter: On the Gay Circuit in West Hollywood [huffington post]

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  1. Dear A in LA:

    You just don't get it. I don't like her. I don't respect her. But I think we have many bigger fish to fry than to worry about some whiny white woman. I am not one to lie down in front of a fight worth fighting. Ann Coulter is not even on my radar. You give her power in your fight...for what? So she won't call you a bad name? Big deal! Have you seen her interviews? She sounds like an idiot! And I bet "gays" aren't the only ones that feel that way and are turned off by her disgust. She will wither into oblivion quickly enough. What's funny is that I bet the way she turns people off might actually work to the benefit of the gay community or any other community she decides to "ridicule" and slander.

    And believe me, my words were no attack. You are just words on a screen to me...and I still will respect you if you respect others.

    Posted by: noteasilyoffended | Oct 29, 2007 6:06:04 PM


  2. Dear NOTEASILYOFFENDED

    You admonish me with “Show people the respect you so obviously think you are deserving of and you will receive that respect. Otherwise, you just look like angry old queens…so, shut the fuck up with your poisonous words. Be civil. Be respectful.”

    Well NOTEASILYOFFENDED, you demonstrated that you are not practicing what you preach nor are worthy of respect yourself. Gays will never get anywhere if we attack each other my friend, we have to ALIGN. We have to work together to stand up to petty and huge attacks or else we deserve what we get.

    This “whiny white woman” as you call her is on the New York Times bestseller list IN HARDCOVER every time she publishes a book, on TV almost every week and has a regular column online/in major newspapers- and you’re telling me/and Jacobs and others on this post we should just ignore her. I disagree and by calling me names and attacking some of our ideas on how we should treat others that are outright mean to us differs. Let’s leave it at that please.

    Posted by: A in LA | Oct 29, 2007 7:05:32 PM


  3. A in LA:

    Read your previous posts and get back to me. That was my last word on the subject.

    Posted by: noteasilyoffended | Oct 29, 2007 7:17:53 PM


  4. Did anyone think that perhaps Coulter was DISAPPOINTED that they didn't throw her out? She's a publicity whore - that is all she is. She probably went there so she'd have a story for her talking head gigs. She could rant about how she got kicked out just because she wanted a nice meal.

    Well, LOL, didn't happen, so she has no story. Poor thing had to eat a simple meal, probably weighed down with excretions from the kitchen and wait staff.

    Posted by: Gregg | Oct 30, 2007 12:01:18 AM


  5. I still think she's a man in drag. That's why she loves gay hollywood so much :P

    Posted by: lpu | Oct 30, 2007 12:14:58 AM


  6. It's hard to fault Ann Coulter for being gay. It's not like she had a choice - she was born gay.

    Posted by: Josey2006 | Oct 30, 2007 12:23:41 AM


  7. Wow. Great debate between "Notso" and "A in LA".

    What I want to know is this: Is it possible for you both to be right?

    I mean, could not rejecting AC in the most definitive way, i.e. ejecting her from the restaurant, have had value? Assuming AC would "get" humiliation, that is?

    On the other hand, could not giving this person the attention she craves also be of value? It seems that she does a good enough job of self-assassination without anyone offering additional rope.

    The people who "get it" will get it from her message. The ones who love her will do their best in spite of reality to defend her. Unless it affects them personally, their desire to change will remain unchanged.

    My suggestion: Find an individual upon whom you can make an impression. That impression may move mountains. But remember the key ingredient: An actual interaction with an individual. Scream at AC from a blog, and preach to the choir. Or, flap the butterfly's wings.

    Posted by: JT | Oct 30, 2007 2:39:06 AM


  8. One phrase comes to mind, and I am surprised no one's gotten to it so far, as I personally find it apropos:

    'Don't shit where you eat.'

    Posted by: eschewv | Oct 30, 2007 9:47:48 AM


  9. I feel certain someone at that restaurant must have spit in her drink and food. And I bet you anything there was a bit o' piss seasoning her entree with an interesting taste.

    NO WAY a group of gay employees could prepare food and drink for her and fail to toss a bit o' piss and spit in her consumables.

    Posted by: Hephaestion | Nov 4, 2007 12:03:31 AM


  10. Why is everyone so quick to knife somebody in the back because they are ignorant? Is it wrong to take the high road and just ignore her? Kindness can somtimes be much a much better weapon than all the hatred I see.

    Posted by: tim | Nov 7, 2007 8:56:48 PM


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