Anne Coulter has been in the public eye more than usual recently after going through a similar situation Milo Yiannopoulos had endured when he also was scheduled to speak at the University of California at Berkley.

Both were disinvited from speaking at the university because whiny liberal college students were triggered by the idea of people they disagree with speaking too close to their safe spaces. Wah.

But Ann Coulter is using her resurgence in popularity as a platform to send a scathing message to the entire GOP establishment.

Breitbart reported:

“On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s ‘Hannity,’ author Ann Coulter weighed in on the cancellation of her speech at UC-Berkeley and President Trump’s dropping of his demand for border wall funding by stating, ‘I think the GOP should change their motto to ‘Next Time.’  We’ll fight this next time.’

Coulter said, ‘I think the GOP should change their motto to ‘Next Time.’  We’ll fight this next time.  We’ll show them how good we are this time.  No, we want to win now.

Whether it comes to judges, Ruth Bader Ginsburg gets — you may Google it — about 98 votes from the Republicans, and Clarence Thomas, 52. 

Gorsuch barely slips through.  You have Donald Trump with, — he gives away DACA, and then he doesn’t get the wall.  Well, that’ll show ’em how good he is.

What a good humanitarian, by saying what a big heart he has for those DREAMers, the illegal aliens he promised to deport.  Next time we’ll get them.

And now we have YAF saying, well, we’re going to strike a blow for the next speaker at Berkeley.  No, I want to win now.  Can Republicans ever win now?’”

First of all, Coulter should pump the breaks on the hyperbole and stop jumping to her immediate conclusions.  The Trump administration and the rest of the GOP are planting seeds that are growing and accomplishing things one step at a time.  Have faith.

With that said, she’s not wrong, because there does need to be a bigger sense of urgency.  And if the GOP doesn’t repair these time sensitive issues soon, the consequences will be devastating.

If they fail, Congress will go back to the Democrats in 2018.

And the border wall is one of those time sensitive issues.

Anne Coulter recently wrote in Breitbart piece:

“Fake News’ question of the week: Will Trump risk a government shutdown over the wall?

The media flip back and forth on who’s to blame for a government shutdown depending on which branch is controlled by Republicans.  But the “shutdown” hypothetical in this case is a trick question.

A failure to build the wall IS a government shutdown.

Of course it would be unfortunate if schoolchildren couldn’t visit national parks and welfare checks didn’t get mailed on time.  But arranging White House tours isn’t the primary function of the government.

The government’s No. 1 job is to protect the nation.

This has always been true, but it’s especially important at this moment in history, when we have drugs, gang members, diseases and terrorists pouring across our border.

The failure of the government to close our border is the definition of a government shutdown.

This isn’t like other shutdowns. Democrats can’t wail about Republicans cutting Social Security or school lunches.  They are willing to shut the government down because they don’t want borders.

Take that to the country!”

President Trump maintains the odds are still 100-percent that the border wall will be built.  He hasn’t wavered on this issue, but only time will tell.

Hopefully that time will be short.