Ann Coulter reacts to MSNBC's Ed Schultz claim that Rand Paul "has problems with women reporters." If you'll recall, Schultz was suspended from MSNBC in 2011 for calling conservative radio talk show host Laura Ingraham a "right-wing slut."
MEGYN KELLY: It seems like some are trying to exploit maybe an interviewing weakness or a temperament issue for him into making it a gender issue. I give the audience exhibit A, which is Mr. [Ed] Schultz on a competing network. Watch this.
ED SCHULTZ, MSNBC: There is real evidence that Rand Paul has problems with women reporters.
KELLY: Okay, Ann, this is Ed Schultz trying to lecture us about somebody who has a problem with women. Ed Schultz.
ANN COULTER: He is very sensitive with women as I recall.
KELLY: Who called Laura Ingraham a right-wing slut. He's now lecturing us on how men need to behave toward women.
COULTER: Yes, he is definitely the one who should be taking up the battle on this one. Ed Schultz.
When I am worried about how women are being treated, I go to Ed Schultz.
KELLY: We've already heard Debbie Wasserman Schultz come out and say this is how I feel and I hope he won't shush me. His behavior is already being used against him.
COULTER: It does expose liberals and especially feminists for this I think very annoying double standard of, you know, we are rough, we are tough, we can do the same things men can do, but, oh, I'm a delicate flower. Please don't talk to me that way, which is fine and good and it's actually why I like how the entire Paul family is kind of cranky with the media.