Laura Ingraham comes out swinging, sends a direct message to those who are ‘distorting’ her views

Fox News host Laura Ingraham came out swinging against critics who have been “distorting” her views on changing demographics in America.

Ingraham defended her Wednesday night monologue as she disavowed the white nationalists and “one racist freak” who endorsed her remarks on the “massive demographic changes” in the country.

 

“A message to those who are distorting my views, including all white nationalists and especially one racist freak whose name I will not even mention. You do not have my support, you don’t represent my views and you are antithetical to the beliefs I hold dear,” she said during Thursday’s broadcast of “The Ingraham Angle” on Fox News Channel.

Ingraham was likely referring to the former KKK leader David Duke, who tweeted and later deleted his comments praising her.

Liberals had a meltdown over Ingraham’s comments Wednesday in which she complained of “changes that none of us ever voted for, and most of us don’t like” and blamed “both illegal and, in some cases, legal immigration” for the change in the nation’s makeup.

“The purpose of last night’s Angle was to point out that the rule of law – meaning secure borders– is something that used to bind our country together,” she said Thursday.

“And despite what some may be contending – I made explicitly clear that my commentary had nothing to do with race or ethnicity, but rather a shared goal of keeping America safe, and her citizens safe and prosperous,” she continued. “Furthermore, as I have said repeatedly on this show, merit based immigration does wonders for our country’s economy, our way of life and how we define our country – I even said that in my opening thoughts last night.”

The left has selective hearing, however, and chose to launch scathing rebukes against the Fox News host, accusing her of blatant racism and being a “white nationalist.” Triggered liberals conveniently refused to see the valid points Ingraham was making, instead calling for boycotts of her show’s advertisers – again.

Conservative commentator Candace Owens came to Ingraham’s defense, firing off a reality check for the left in a series of blistering tweets calling out their hypocrisy in ignoring the actual racism she personally experienced earlier in the week in Philadelphia.

In the ridiculous virtue signalling hall of fame, “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski took the prize. She called out Ingraham’s comments as “very trashy, very ugly, and very sad” while she claimed watching former President Ronald Reagan speak about immigration “actually brings me to tears right now.”

The eye-rolls were almost audible.

CNN’s Chris Cuomo smugly attacked Ingraham as well, inviting her to “leave” America if she didn’t like it.

“To turn a phrase back on our us-versus-them friends — if you don’t like what America is, you leave,” Cuomo said on “Prime Time” Thursday.

“This is objectively ugly and I will be damned if I’m going to just listen to the idea that people like my grandparents and waves of people like them — millions in this country — are going to be discounted as some abhorrent aspect of a pure place,” he ranted in a virtue-signalling diatribe.

Ingraham’s attempt to spell out her message, which was clear to anyone not busy being a liberal, still failed to educate the left.

“I want to make it really clear that my concern will continue to remain with the families who have suffered the tragic results of illegal immigration, the children put in dangerous and unfair situations at the border, and all those border agents around the country who work to keep our country safe,” she concluded.

Allergic to facts, liberals refused to accept Ingraham’s clarification.

Ingraham’s defenders were quick to point out where the real racism and double standards were from.

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Frieda Powers

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