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Laura Ingraham's Dire Description of the Democratic Convention Sounds a Lot Like She's Slamming Trump

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The first ever virtual Democratic National Convention is in full swing, with two more days of speeches from notable lawmakers like 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, 2020 Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris, and an address from Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden.

While some have praised the Democratic National Committee's adjustment to the pandemic-induced event, not everyone is pleased.

Among its harshest critics is far-right Fox News host Laura Ingraham, who tweeted about the proceedings.

Ingraham lamented that the Democrats' version of America is "depressing," with everyone painted as "struggling" and "trying to survive a harsh and cruel society."

Her comments came as 170+ thousand people are dead of the pandemic that's also left millions unemployed and without health insurance. This health and economic crisis is only compounded by inaction to nationwide calls for racial justice in the United States.

What's more, President Donald Trump—whom Ingraham vehemently supports—used similar rhetoric throughout his 2016 campaign, where political experts say he used fear and division to increase voter turnout within the Republican party.

People thought her comments described Trump to a T.





What's more, the current state of the union, for many, is a depressing place at this time in history.




The Democratic Convention concludes on Thursday night.