Did Ann Coulter Just Tweet A Reference To A White Supremacist Slogan?

By Tyler Fine
January 5, 2017

Ann Coulter sent out this tweet Thursday morning:

And several of her Twitter followers seem to think it refers to a famous white supremacy slogan: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.”

The slogan is often called the “14 words” — hence the alleged link to Coulter’s tweet. The wording is said to be derived from Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” and was coined by David Lane, a member of a white supremacist terror group called The Order.

Coulter immediately followed that tweet with one referencing black-on-white crime:

It’s worth noting, as Upworthy writer Parker Molloy pointed out, that 14 is also approximately the number of days President Obama has left in office.

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