Laura Ingraham Distances Herself From 'Racist Freak' Who Agreed With Her Rant

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 12, 2018

CNN's Van Jones said Friday that he sees "zero difference" between Fox News host Laura Ingraham slamming "demographic changes" in the US and the beliefs of white supremacists. At CNN, for example, SE Cupp took Ingraham to task.

He cited a Gallup poll in June that showed 84 percent of Americans believe legal immigration is good for the country. She blamed "massive demographic changes", which "none of us ever voted for and most of us don't like", and said "much of this is related to both illegal, and in some cases legal immigration, that of course progressives love".

Jones then played the clip of Laura Ingraham bemoaning the "demographic changes" that mean American whites will soon be a minority. The couple, originally from Slovenia, were long-time green card holders in the U.S.

CNN's Chris Cuomo has a solution for critics of legal immigration to the United States: Go find somewhere else to live. They're saying something more.

A day after the controversial segment, Ingraham returned to the air in an effort to clarify her position, saying that she doesn't support white supremacy and doesn't except the kudos of people like David Duke, calling his views "antithetical" to hers. "America does not need to become great again, she will only become greater by being more of what she already is".

"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", she added. The tweet, as reported by The Hill, was later deleted.

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