Laura Ingraham tackled the subject of racism in a monologue which included a call for viewers to keep wearing their MAGA hats to show what “true tolerance” looks like.
The Fox News host focused on the triggering effect the red hats with President Donald Trump’s campaign slogan, Make America Great Again, have on people during Thursday’s “The Angle” broadcast.
Airing multiple clips from other networks, Ingraham contended that “the goal” of Democrats and the liberal media is “to brand an entire belief system as immoral, evil, toxic, and of course it’s racist.”
“I remember when liberals loved to debate, they now prefer the easier route: Just call someone a Nazi or a closet KKK member, and you’re done,” Ingraham said, noting how they failed using this approach during the contentious confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
“The examples appear almost daily,” Ingraham continued, citing several recent news stories including the disastrous coverage of the Covington Catholic school students wearing MAGA hats and the alleged attack on actor Jussie Smollett, who claims his attackers yelled “this is MAGA country” as he was beaten by the assailants who poured an unknown liquid on him and hurled racist and homophobic insults at him.
“It is also hurtful to the country when partisans rush in to create political scapegoats for every individual crime or infraction,” Ingraham said.
She slammed the “destructive racial narrative” which has “infected our political life,” arguing that Democrats just “resort to using a shame, guilt, and grievance to get their political way, which basically ends up accomplishing nothing.”
“And it ends up helping no one. Except those whose pockets are lined by peddling victimhood,” she added.
Ingraham went on to note that “by any objective analysis, Donald Trump’s policies are working. And they’re not scary, and they’e not racist, and they’re not anti-woman, and they’re not anti-immigrant.”
“Not only is this conservative agenda working,” she pointed out, “it’s working really well for minorities.”
Republicans should “actively engage in minority communities” and not “be bullied out of them,” Ingraham argued, saying the resistance just wants people to be “angry and resentful” while ignoring Trump’s successes.
“As for those red hats? Well I would continue to wear them whenever and wherever you like,” Ingraham concluded. “And when doing so, be sure to show everyone around you what true tolerance, kindness, and inclusiveness looks like.”
Watch Ingraham’s full segment in the Fox News video below:
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