Right-wing harpy Ann Coulter headlined Homocon, the gay conservative event hosted Saturday night in New York City by GOProud.
The tax cut obsessed queens weren't expecting this, reports TPM.
"In one of a series of racially insensitive remarks that pervaded her speech, Coulter added, 'Marriage is not a civil right. You're not black.' It was part of a larger argument on which she later elaborated, telling the crowd that the 14th Amendment only applies to African-Americans and that it does not, in fact, apply to women, LGBT people or other minorities. ...
"Several attendees, who requested anonymity, were also startled by her racially-tinged humor: Coulter's comments about civil rights being "only for the blacks" rubbed many people the wrong way as well, though her joke about oppression and the amount of money in the gay community compared to other minority communities ('Blacks must be looking at the gays saying, 'Why can't we be oppressed like that?'') garnered plenty of laughs from the well-heeled crowd."
Only days before the event, Coulter published a column lionizing Ronald Reagan ... because of his opposition to gay rights.
The event was hosted by Peter Thiel, the billionaire homocon founder of Paypal. Politico's Ben Smith also attended and describes GOProud as "the tea party of the gay rights movement."