Columnist Ann Coulter, whose work appears weekly on WND, is joining the advisory board of GOProud, the Republican homosexual activist organization whose leaders say they are “conservative.”
The move comes after her controversial decision last fall to speak to the group prompted another conservative conference to withdraw its speaking invitation.
Coulter said in a statement, according to Chris Moody of the Yahoo.com blog The Ticket, “I am honored to serve in this capacity on GOProud’s Advisory Council, and look forward to being the queen of fabulous.”
The report said GOProud “has caused a stir within the conservative movement, which is grappling with whether to accept organizations that identify as gay.”
Officials with the Conservative Political Action Conference, CPAC, announced just a few weeks ago that they would no longer allow GOProud to participate as a sponsor of their conference.