In a phone interview with the New York Daily News, David Hogg, the foul-mouthed teen demagogue recently dubbed the “king of the snowflakes,” indicated that he’s not just content with seeing Fox News host Laura Ingraham hurt financially — he wants her gone.
“I would love to see her go,” he told the paper in a phone interview on Friday.
According to the NYDN:
The teen said he will not accept the conservative pundit’s half-hearted Twitter apology until she admits that she has slandered him and his classmates.
Hogg also said he’s furious that Ingraham included a clip of her interview with him at the end of her mea culpa tweets Thursday.
“That’s what she does when she tries to apologize to me, she promotes her own show? Really?” Hogg told The News.
Hogg also responded to the news of Ingraham’s vacation by turning her own words against her. “Have some healthy reflections this Holy Week,” he tweeted.
Hogg, as we and others have reported, rejected Ingraham’s initial apology, demanding that she denounce Fox News as penance for the sin of responding in a tweet to news that he was rejected from four colleges.
A number of companies have announced that they are obeying the demands set out by Hogg and his allies at the George Soros-funded Media Matters. According to Mediaite, at least 16 companies have pulled advertising:
– Office Depot
– Jenny Craig
– Stitch Fix
– Johnson & Johnson
– Jos A Bank
– Miracle Ear
– Liberty Mutual
Ingraham, meanwhile, announced that she is taking Easter week off:
BREAKING: Laura Ingraham announced on tonight's show that she would take next week off and be replaced by "a great lineup of guest hosts" pic.twitter.com/Ucoa4D45O2
— Jon Levine (@LevineJonathan) March 31, 2018
Writing at the Gateway Pundit, Kristinn taylor compared Hogg to a tyrannical character from the Twilight Zone:
Seventeen-year-old high school senior Hogg has become like young Anthony Freemont in the Twilight Zone episode, It’s a Good Life, in which the tyrannical tyke Anthony ruled the family home through power and fear, viciously attacking those who got on his bad side and eventually wishing them into the cornfield on the family farm.
Others have offered even more stinging criticism of the teen tyrant. As we reported here, the Washington Times’ Cheryl Chumley said he would have made a good brownshirt. Ted Nugent also weighed in, calling the Parkland anti-gun activists soulless liars.
Hogg, meanwhile, has viciously attacked the millions of NRA members with a number of despicable smears and falely accused Florida lawmakers of being child murderers.
- Washington Times op-ed: ‘David Hogg would’ve made a good brownshirt’
- NRA board member Ted Nugent: Parkland anti-gun activists soulless liars
- 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