Ann coulter and jimmie walker dating
The tall, blond, conservative gadfly told me, “This rumor spreads every now and then, but it’s never been true.” The rumor recently resurfaced when “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris sat down for Entertainment Weekly with Norman Lear, 94, who produced “Good Times,” “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons.” Lear said Walker — known for his catchphrase “Dy-no-mite!” — dates Coulter, and Lear described a dinner he had with the couple.
Fortunately, if you're worried about Coulter getting close to Walker for purposes devouring his eternal soul, it looks like you can breathe easy: "Best of friends, love him, no romance," Coulter tweeted yesterday in response to the Walker rumors.The news surprised Barris, who then listened as Lear explained he and his wife had dinner with Coulter and Walker. Lear added that Coulter turned out to be “a dreamy, delicious, sweet person.” “J. You might know Ann Coulter as the lovechild of the Scarecrow and the Wicked Witch of the West, who spends her days spreading hate, championing neo-Nazism, and avoiding water for fear of a nasty melting incident. It turns out there are lots of them, from all sorts of different events.But it turns out there's a sign of Ann Coulter a you never knew about. The reason, according to iconic television producer Norman Lear, is that Ann and Jimmie are a longtime, low-key couple.