Laura Ingraham gets Fox News show, immediately attacked by sexist liberal hatemongers

Scratch a liberal, find a sexist hatemonger.  On Monday, Matt Drudge reported that radio talk show host Laura Ingraham will get her own program on Fox News.  The network later confirmed that her new program will start on October 30 at 10 p.m. ET, with “Hannity” and “The Five” shifting timeslots in the process.

Fox News reported:

“The Ingraham Angle” plans to focus on everyday Americans and will aim to avoid political rhetoric used throughout Washington by career politicians. The show will allow “Hannity” to directly follow “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” putting two of the most popular conservative hosts in all of television on back-to-back, which should provide a nice lead-in for Ingraham, who is already a household name in conservative circles.

Ingraham first joined FNC back in 2007 and has appeared on a variety of programs, both as an analyst and fill-in host. She is the most-listened-to woman in political talk radio and “The Laura Ingraham Show” will continue to air on hundreds of stations across America. Ingraham is the founder of LifeZette, a political and cultural website, and will continue to serve as editor but without a day-to-day operational role.

This naturally prompted liberals to engage in sexist attacks, smearing her as a racist, the Daily Caller said.

According to Peter Hasson:

Prominent liberals in the media and elsewhere immediately started attacking Ingraham.

In addition to claiming Ingraham is a “racist,” left-wing website Shareblue Media repeatedly attacked Ingraham for her appearance

“Laura Ingraham gets more time,” a tweet from the website read. “Because just what the US needs is more time for the [right wing] attack blondes.”

Oliver Willis, who apparently learned how to smear conservatives at the Soros-funded Media Matters, attacked Ingraham in an article entitled, “Racist Trump supporter who blamed Charlottesville on Dems gets her very own show on Fox.”

Relying heavily on Media Matters, Willis wrote:

Ingraham’s insight, during her 16 years as a conservative radio host, has included a declaration that minorities cannot make informed election decisions of their own volition, stating that “a lot of minorities” voted for President Barack Obama “because he was, you know, half-black.”

When Donald Trump embraced white supremacists after the Charlottesville terror attack, Ingraham appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show on Fox to blame Democrats who have criticized Trump for the racist riot, saying they “definitely have some culpability here, because they have ratcheted up the criticism of both the president, and the president’s supporters, in ways that are very disturbing.” She added that by talking about racism, Democrats have made a “race play” that “toxic” and “so bad” for minorities.

For the last year, Ingraham has worked as a sort of enforcer on Trump’s behalf. She made a passionate speech endorsing him at the Republican National Convention and called out Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who had not yet endorsed Trump, as “you boys with wounded feelings and bruised egos” who “must honor your pledge to support Donald Trump now — tonight.”

He wasn’t finished:

Ingraham made an argument familiar to white supremacists, stating that the practice of affirmative action was “shafting people who are not of the appropriate color, or background, or ethnicity” and applauded Trump Attorney General Jeff Sessions when reports emerged he was planning to attack the policy using the force of the government.

Hasson said other liberal media propagandists also attacked Ingraham:

Left-wing activist group Sleeping Giants attacked Ingraham as “a bigot.” Sleeping Giants was among the left-wing groups who pressured advertisers to pull their ads from former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly’s show, eventually leading Fox News to fire him.

Left-wing author Molly Jong-Fast accused Ingraham of being complicit in alleged (and unproven) collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Entertainment Weekly writer Anthony Breznican said Ingraham’s new show should be called “Gaslighting Fascist Dogwhistle.”

“For a preview of Laura Ingraham’s new Fox News show, take a hair dryer and blow it in your ear for an hour,” wrote Comedy Central writer Seth Weitberg.

Quite a few didn’t buy into Willis’ propaganda…






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