Another Republican Political Commentator Tried to Come for Beyoncé But Failed Miserably

Another Republican Political Commentator Tried to Come for Beyoncé But Failed Miserably

She didn't do her research, so Twitter corrected her.

Published October 15th

It seems like the new cop out for famous Trump supporters is to adopt the "bash Beyoncé" route and it hasn't seemed to work in anyone's favor yet — Just ask Ann Coulter.

The Republican political commentator didn't seem to see what happened to Trump advisor Betsy McCaughey's mentions after she used a lyric from Bey's "Formation" to try to justify why Hillary Clinton is "unfit" to be president as she thought she could use the same tactic. However, this time, she had more of a case of foot-in-mouth as her peer as she confused Yoncé's lyrics with Nicki Minaj's.

Coulter thought she had something when she tweeted that First Lady Michelle Obama's judgment of deeming Beyoncé a role model is questionable before quoting lyrics from Nicki Minaj's verse in Bey's "Flawless (Remix)." 

Take a look at the embarrassing "jab," below:

Because her education in pop culture needed some brushing up, the folks on Twitter took the time to correct her on her mistake and let her know that aside from remembering to fact-check when delivering a read, she needs to keep the Queen's name out her mouth.

See how Twitter dragged her, below:

Watch Beyoncé continue to slay, effortlessly, in the BET Breaks video, above.

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

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