Ann Coulter: Most Women Who Say They Were Raped Just ‘Girls Trying to Get Attention’
Appearing on The Lars Larson radio show last week, author and columnist Ann Coulter alleged that most women who report rapes are just “girls trying to get attention.”
Discussing the Rolling Stone story about an alleged campus rape at the University of Virginia, Coulter shrugged off the issue, saying the erroneous report is proof “there is no campus rape problem.”
Coulter said that unless a victim is “hit on the head with a brick,” it’s not a real rape.
“People know what a rape is,” Coulter said. “And to have girls trying to get attention – from Lena Dunham to this poor psychotic at UVA, Lady Gaga claiming she was raped but she didn’t admit it to herself for five years. What major crime do people say, ‘I didn’t admit it to myself?’”
True to form, she went on to say that there are “very few percentage of actual rapists” on college campuses and those “are usually Clintons or Kennedys.”