Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) on Thursday voted in favor of starting impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump -- and it was a major disappointment for some of the conservative fans she's made in the past for defying Democratic Party orthodoxy.
One such fan, conservative author Ann Coulter, flew into a fit of denial after being told that Gabbard had actually voted in favor of the impeachment inquiry -- and even falsely claimed that the congresswoman from Hawaii was really a senator.
"No she didn't," a defiant Coulter wrote. "Tulsi is a SENATOR, meaning she's in the SENATE and doesn't vote on HOUSE resolutions."
Coulter's followers quickly jumped in to correct her -- and ridiculed her for botching a very basic fact about a high-profile politician.
Check out some reactions below.
@AnnCoulter Screencapping for when Ann realizes Tulsi is, in fact, not a Senator.— Emil Caillaux (@Emil Caillaux)1572542294.0
@AnnCoulter It's amazing that people consider you to be a source of information.— TrumpsTaxes (@TrumpsTaxes)1572542480.0
@AnnCoulter Somebody better tell Schatz and Hirono— iSavage_PI 🔪 (@iSavage_PI 🔪)1572542294.0
@AnnCoulter @chrislhayes The fact that you CAPITALIZED your mistake just makes it even funnier.— Bill Horton (@Bill Horton)1572542608.0
@AnnCoulter Ann at 1pm. https://t.co/BqKA4S0IkE— Daniel Young (@Daniel Young)1572542409.0
@AnnCoulter strong lawyer with a pol science degree mood here— Dope Tugging Knob (@Dope Tugging Knob)1572542888.0
@AnnCoulter https://t.co/k1siTZM92Z— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee)1572542738.0
@AnnCoulter I'd sober up first before posting to twitter, Ann. Tulsi is a member of the House.— Trevor Hotchkiss (@Trevor Hotchkiss)1572543119.0