January 13, 2018
December 5, 2017
“You got drugs coming across the border, human trafficking. They can talk a good game how they’re pro-women, we’re all about women … I can tell you who doesn’t have any reproductive rights right now — that’s Kate Steinle and a lot of people like her.”
Saturday on Fox News Channel’s “Watters World,” Fox News Channel host and conservative radio talker Laura Ingraham offered her theory on why Democrats were unwilling to support a border wall and were for sanctuary city policies, especially in the wake of the verdict from a San Francisco jury that found illegal alien Jose Ines Garcia Zarate not guilty for the killing of Kate Steinle.
Ingraham told host Jesse Watters much of it has to do with Democrats seeking a demographic shift that is more in line with their policies.
Partial transcript as follows:
WATTERS: Why don’t Democrats want a wall and why do they want these sanctuary city policies? What is the real reason?
INGRAHAM: I think the real reason ultimately, Jesse, is they want to replace the current electorate in the United States with a new electorate — and that new electorate — and electorate that in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, Florida — with a new electorate. And that new electorate, if the demographic changes bear out that we’ve seen develop in Virginia, that will create a California, a Florida, a Texas that looks like Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts. So, I think the Democrats want the replace, you know, the old, white yaahoo conservatives with a new group of people who might be more amenable to big government and don’t necessarily have a big affection for the Second Amendment or the Constitution.
November 3, 2017
New York City terror attack sparks debate about immigration and the diversity visa program on ‘The Ingraham Angle.’
October 23, 2017
The Values Voter Summit continued its annual conference in Washington, D.C. Speakers included former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, radio talk show host Laura Ingraham, and former Trump administration official Sebastian Gorka.
October 11, 2017
LifeZette editor-in-chief blasts establishment politicians, saying the ‘Bush GOP is over’
LifeZette Editor-in-Chief Laura Ingraham said on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday that the “Bush GOP is over” even if Establishment Republicans “might not know it yet.”
Ingraham, who was promoting her book “Billionaire at the Barricades: The Populist Revolution from Reagan to Trump,” said that the conservative populism trumpeted successfully by President Donald Trump is the “winning agenda” that touched “the heart of the working-class person in this country.” Noting that Trump has struggled against the Establishment members from both major political parties ever since he announced his presidential candidacy, Ingraham said, “It’s time for a new generation of conservatives” to take over Washington, D.C.
“We’ve tried the Establishment Republican things — it hasn’t won since 2004 nationally. So that — the Bush GOP — is over. I mean, they might not know it yet, but it’s over,” Ingraham said. “It doesn’t mean we can’t work with them on certain issues. We can. But that era is gone.”
September 15, 2017
“This is the opportunity Donald Trump has to establish himself as a champion of the everyman,” she continued. “And he campaigned on that. Now he can actually be that. If he just does what he says he’s going to do in the campaign, he’ll be wildly popular. But he’s never going to please the DREAMers. He’s never going to please the Democrats. Even if he does a deal with the Democrats on the DREAMers, they’re not going to like him. They’re just going to use him.”
Friday on her nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Laura Ingraham shared some of the reactions she had gotten from her listeners about President Donald Trump’s reported deal with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) immigration policy.
According to Ingraham, respondents were dissatisfied with Trump’s decision for the most part and added that some had even called for primarying him in 2020, which Ingraham indicated she was open to that suggestion.
“Your voices are being heard,” Ingraham said. “Your comments are being heard – everything from the word ‘outrage’ to ‘betrayal’ to ‘disappointment’ to ‘sadness’ to ‘primary him.’ That’s the other phrase we heard yesterday repeatedly. Look, we have to primary senators. Maybe we’re going to have to primary this president in 2020. We thought he was a conservative populist. We thought he was a nationalist on issues of immigration. If he is not, then we’re going to have to find someone who is.”
August 22, 2017
LifeZette editor-in-chief says voters expect focus on jobs, don’t wish Afghanistan ‘to be our graveyard’
LifeZette Editor-in-Chief Laura Ingraham said the American people “thought they were going to get ‘drain the swamp,’ not ‘clear the desert,’” during an interview Tuesday on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” — the day after President Donald Trump announced his plans to recommit to the war in Afghanistan.
Trump, who ran on a largely non-interventionist, “America First” foreign platform, acknowledged his reversal in a Monday night address to the nation and hinted that the U.S. would be sending more troops to Afghanistan. After nearly 17 years of U.S. involvement, Ingraham said she wasn’t “a big fan of a surge of troops in Afghanistan.”
“Is that really what the American people thought they were getting? They thought they were going to get ‘drain the swamp,’ not ‘clear the desert,'” she said. “I don’t think Americans want this to be our graveyard.”
August 15, 2017
Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham, editor of LifeZette, denounced protesters removing a statue of a Confederate soldier in Durham, North Carolina, a day earlier.
Ingraham warned there could be other symbols from the past that could go next if this trend were to continue.
“This is not about racial healing or racial unity when you see property being destroyed,” Ingraham said. “That’s not what it’s about. It’s about the eradication of history and an acknowledgment that we had really difficult, horrible moments in our country’s history that we were able to overcome. And at the same time, we do give respect to the dead. I mean, all of our war dead. We respect them. Not respect everything they stood for, but respect the fact that, when the time came, they stood up and fought for their views and this country.”
“And I think, when you see people who have no idea, it seems, about the history of this country, just roundly denouncing anyone who had any connection to the South, we’re in very precarious times,” she continued. “I mean, how long before we see the Workers Party, as you saw them yesterday, the Communist Party of the United States was represented there in Durham. They had the big banners. They were marching down the streets. How long before they show up at Monticello, where I spent three years in law school at Charlottesville in Virginia? How long before they show up at Mount Vernon?”
June 7, 2017
“That’s what we all have to live with for the free and open society that [London Mayor] Sadiq Khan and all of these other multiculturalists want Britain to become,” Ingraham said. “This is the Nirvana they wanted to create, and this is what we have.”
Laura Ingraham appeared on “Fox & Friends” this morning to react to the London terror attack, which left seven people dead and dozens more injured.
British authorities have named Khuram Shazad Butt, 27, Rachid Redouane, 30, and Youssef Zaghba, 22, as the three attackers shot dead by police during Saturday’s rampage.
Butt was on authorities’ radar and even appeared in a 2016 television documentary called “The Jihadis Next Door.”
Ingraham said the number of individuals in the U.K. who have ties to terror groups is “staggering.”
“We’re not talking about a couple hundred. We’re talking about thousands and thousands,” she said.
April 27, 2017
She added members of Congress would “lose the trust of our base if we don’t keep our promises.”
Wednesday on the Laura Ingraham’s nationally syndicated radio show, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel said if Congress doesn’t help President Donald Trump begin to build the U.S.-Mexico border wall, voters will walk away from the GOP in 2018.
Ingraham asked, “The President comes out yesterday and says there’s going to be a wall. So what is the RNC doing specifically to push the Trump agenda and help it get traction in Congress?”
McDaniel replied, “Well I think part of it is communicating to our lawmakers what we are seeing on the ground. And I’m from Michigan. I was part of the Trump movement as a Michigan chair, and I know that our voters are going to hold us accountable in 2018 if we do not keep the campaign promises that were made. When you get to Washington, sometimes you forget what was said outside and it’s important that we bring that back to Washington and let them hear what the voters expect of this government and of the president.”