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Laura Ingraham Slams Pro-Trump Election Lawyers as 'Stupid', Says They 'Don't Deserve to Win'

Laura Ingraham Slams Pro-Trump Election Lawyers as 'Stupid', Says They 'Don't Deserve to Win'
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Far-right Fox News host Laura Ingraham has spent the last four years willing and eager to amplify conspiracy theories put forth by President Donald Trump and his allies to her millions of nightly viewers.

Such has been the case with Trump's lies that widespread voter fraud tipped the 2020 election to President-elect Joe Biden.

But even Ingraham isn't on board with a new effort a pair of notoriously pro-Trump lawyers is pursuing.

Though not officially connected with the Trump campaign, lawyers Sidney Powell and Lin Wood have worked to legitimize the President's lies about the 2020 election, excoriating Republican state leaders for not subverting the results of their state's vote in deference to Trump.

At a recent press conference in Georgia, the pair urged Republicans not to vote for incumbent Republican Senate candidates Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue until they demand Governor Brian Kemp call a special legislative session to change the state's election laws.

Ingraham sounded off against the idea in her Thursday night show.

Watch below.

After decrying Powell and Wood as "severely misguided," Ingraham held an interview with one of the Georgia Republican Senate candidates, Sen. David Perdue.

Ingraham said:

"Do the suburbanites need a united Republican party or do they need to people running around saying 'Oh don't vote and January 5th because that would be perpetuating a corrupt process?' When I heard that the other day I almost fell out of my chair. You almost don't deserve to win if you're that stupid, I'm sorry."

Though she now decries the lawyers' efforts, Ingraham herself had Sidney Powell on her show, where Powell amplified the false claims of voter fraud.

People don't seem to be heeding her calls to vote in the Georgia election.

Trump's critics are relishing the Republican schism on whether or not to vote for Republican candidates.

The Georgia runoffs are on January 5th.