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Ann Coulter was a hot thirsty mess over homophobe Blake Masters during the Arizona Senate debate

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Pro-LGBTQ Sen. Mark Kelly and Republican nutjob Blake Masters squared off in a televised debate hosted by Arizona PBS last night and nobody was more parched by it than Ann Coulter.The 60-year-old homophobe spent a good chunk of the hour-long debate thirsting over 36-year-old Masters, who has never held public office before and is trailing Kelly in the polls.Let’s have a look…It started with Coulter immediately gushing over how “very tall” Masters looked on stage:Blake Masters is very tall.

Also not a liar when he says he wants to protect the border unlike Mark Kelly.@cspan #AZSenateDebate— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) October 7, 2022A few minutes later, she declared him “absolutely the best person running for Senate this year”:No disrespect to any other Republicans but Blake Masters is absolutely the best person running for Senate this year.— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) October 7, 2022Of course, she couldn’t just watch the debate without taking a moment to complain about the ASL translators:Why do we need deaf translators on televised Senate debates when every TV has closed captioning?@AZSENATE22— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) October 7, 2022As things were winding down, she begged everyone to watch the hour-long debate online then told them to skip the parts that didn’t feature Masters:Arizonans!

I beg you to watch tonight‘s debate between Kelly and Masters online. You can shave off 20 minutes by fast forwarding through the Joe Pesci character.— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) October 7, 2022Then this morning, she logged onto Twitter to urge people–IN ALL CAPS!–to watch the replay of the debate on C-Span “RIGHT NOW!!”:MEDIA ALERT: C-SPAN REPLAYING LAST NIGHT'S BLAKE MASTERS-MARK KELLY DEBATE RIGHT NOW!!Must watch!— Ann Coulter.

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