True Or False: Anne Coulter Claimed “Star Trek” Had ‘Too Many Minorities’

True Or False: Anne Coulter Claimed “Star Trek” Had ‘Too Many Minorities’
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As likely as it seems that Anne Coulter would say something like this, of course it’s false!  How many times can people get fooled by fake articles without checking the sources!?

It appears the online satirical newspaper The Daily Currant has once again fooled the Internet. Yesterday, the site posted an article with the headline, “Ann Coulter Walks Out of Star Trek, Claims ‘Too Many Minorities’” and people were pissed.

In a fake interview they wrote between Coulter and radio host Sean Hannity, Coulter made the following claims:

“Apparently in the future the liberals have extinguished all the white people,” Coulter explained, “I mean they got a black girl running the communications, an Asian guy driving the ship and a pointy-eared alien doing pretty much everything else.

“I guess we’re supposed to just accept that minorities will be the new majority. This isn’t an entertainment film – it’s nothing but a pro-Obama, multicultural piece of propaganda.

“And of course its not even realistic. Since when have black people been able to speak foreign languages? And shouldn’t Sulu have crashed the ship into a quasar by now?”

You would think that after the amount of fake stories that have circulated of late people would finally learn to check sources for credibility.

Check out other True Or False Articles: Jim Porter Wants To Control ‘Colored People’ & Sarah Palin Wants To Invade The Czech Republic

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Tyler Gildin

Tyler Gildin is an NYC-based Stand Up Comedian and the Creative Director at Elite Daily. He is a Television Radio Film graduate from Syracuse University and performs at clubs and colleges all over the country. He’s been written up and interviewed in publications including Newsday, CBS New York, AOL Patch and SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio. He once forgot to wear his underwear to school in 4th grade, and his mom came and brought them for him in a manila envelope. His teacher opened it in front of the class.

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