Conservative talking head Ann Coulter was censored during an appearance on MSNBC’s "Morning Joe" on Tuesday, reports TheWrap.com.
Coulter was apparently speaking about former Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain when she apparently referred to the politician as a “douchebag,” the story reports. But instead of the word there was a silent gap in the broadcast.
After saying what she did, Coulter questioned the others about being bleeped, saying, "What did I say?" Joe Scarborough, host of the show, was heard saying during the segment, "Just blur it all out."
Coulter continued on air, saying, "OK, well they got the general drift of that. Consistency is not such a great thing, and especially someone like John McCain, who consistently annoyed conservatives, bragged about annoying conservatives, and would claim he was courageous by attacking conservatives and getting good press in The New York Times."
On Twitter after the broadcast, Scarborough tweeted, "John McCain is a great American hero. All of us on ‘Morning Joe’ thank him for his service to America. He is a great man."
TheWrap was unable to get comments on the incident from either MSNBC or Coulter’s representative.
Here’s the clip: