Hi, Ann. How long have you been dabbling in politics?

Ann Coulter is in full face-melt mode over the pork-laden government spending bill that has been put forth.

She’s apparently just as shocked that President Trump, who she championed early on, has said of this massive bill: This is what winning looks like.

Yeah. Not really.

In a column on her website titled “Swamp People 47, Trump 0,” Coulter blasted President Trump‘s budget deal as “a bill straight out of George Soros‘ dream journal” and accused the president of backing off of a number of his signature campaign promises — including, most notably, the proposed border wall.

“A spectacular failure,” Coulter wrote. “Democrats have got to be pinching themselves, thinking, Am I dreaming this?”

Oh, Ann. Pull up a seat, honey.

While you were going for the shock value and announcing to the world that Trump could perform abortions in the White House, as long as he built that border wall (which Mexico isn’t paying for and no funds are allotted for in the bill), the rest of us were using our commonsense, standing on conservative principle, and weighing the man’s past actions against his campaign promises.

The man has a long string of creditors, Trump University student, small business owners he conned right out of a living, and two ex-wives that would have gladly told you he’s not the most credible character.

The best indicator of what someone will do in the future is to look how they’ve been living. And Donald Trump did not have a history of being a reliable man.

Trump skated through the primaries by lying about things he was going to do and insulting better men.

In fact, there were so many better men (and one woman) that voters couldn’t decide. The majority of primary voters wanted somebody other than Trump. He just got the run-off of nationalists and disgruntled Democrats.

With Coulter, Rush Limbaugh, and Fox News treating him like he was already the nominee, people fell for it and we were all doomed.

She went on:

“We knew Washington Republicans were useless,” Coulter wrote. “That’s why we elected such a comically improbable president as Donald J. Trump.”

You voted for the clown and now the joke is on all of us.

“If this is the budget deal we get when Republicans control the House, the Senate and the presidency, there’s no point in ever voting for a Republican again,” Coulter wrote. (This same point was raised by Rush Limbaugh on his radio show this week, including in an interview with Vice President Mike Pence.)

Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh are both frauds.

They fought hard for the con artist they’re now both whining about.

Don’t like the spending bill?

Too bad. Your lack of principle and real conservative substance has been put on display for the world to see.

Now suck it up. You asked for this.

The rest of us will be enjoying our Schadenfreude.