On Monday, Laura Ingraham returned to her Fox News program and shredded left-wing bullies like David Hogg, the foul-mouthed teen activist dubbed the “king of the snowflakes” and his allies at the George Soros-funded Media Matters for seeking to silence conservatives who dare to speak out.
According to the Daily Wire:
While such tactics ultimately failed to push back Reaganism, she said, the indoctrination has left a troubling legacy among younger generations, many of whom now embrace ideas that fly in the face of free speech — ideas wrapped in new terms like “microaggressions,” “safe spaces,” and “white privilege.”
“Today, left-wing activists use these terms as bludgeons to intimidate those who disagree with them from entering the dialog at all,” she said. “So, for all their talk of inclusion, the Left doesn’t invite more voices to enter the public discussion. Instead, they drive out any dissenting voice and police the dogma of their own creation.”
She also cited a Brookings Institute survey which indicated that a majority of college students now think that shouting down a speaker with whom they disagree is a valid form of protest.
One of the many tools used by “left-wing retaliatory hit squads” are boycotts, she said.
Ingraham was targeted by advertiser boycotts after she dared mention Hogg’s rejection from multiple colleges. This triggered the teen tyrant who demanded companies drop their advertising. Some, like Hulu, Rachael Ray’s Nutrish and others, dutifully obeyed, sparking calls for counter boycotts.
Ingraham apologized, but Hogg refused to accept her apology and demanded she denounce Fox News.
“Their efforts are Stalinist,” she added. “We will never relent, and we will never give in.”
Here’s video of her comments:
- Teen tyrant David Hogg on Laura Ingraham: ‘I would love to see her go’
- Washington Times op-ed: ‘David Hogg would’ve made a good brownshirt’
- Demagogue David Hogg compared to Hitler for raised fist salute
- Support Laura Ingraham? Here’s a short list of companies to boycott for caving in to David Hogg, Media Matters
- Open letter to David Hogg: Grow up or shut up