Conservative pundit Ann Coulter triggered an outraged twitterstorm on the same night Hillary Clinton won the Democratic presidential nomination, posting a snide query as to whether Clinton had the supporters of primary rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, "gassed."
were boisterous on the convention floor at the opening of the Democratic National Convention — furious about leaked emails
that reflected a bias toward Clinton and a plan to question Sanders' religion with some voters.
On Tuesday, there was little evidence of the rancor on the convention floor.
Coulter's comment didn't go unnoticed, or unremarked.
One Twitter poster fumed:
Even as another defended Coulter for "making a play on the DNC plot to attack his religion."
Another Twitter user reminded Coulter:
Writer David Corn simply condemned Coulter as "foul."
Coulter has waded into controversy before over what was slammed as an anti-Semitic tweet during a September 2015 GOP presidential candidates' debate: "How many [expletive] Jews do these people think there are in the United States?"
And in a 2007 interview on CNBC's
"The Big Idea," Coulter told Jewish host Donny Deutsch that she wants her dream America to be completely Christian, and that she wanted "Jews to be perfected, as they say," referring to Jews being converted to Christianity.
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