Laura Ingraham Isn't Even Trying to Hide Her White Supremacy Anymore in This Racist Fox News Rant

Fox News host Laura Ingraham went on a racist rant Wednesday night on her show, The Ingraham Angle, railing against "demographic changes" that "none of us ever voted for."

As video featuring people working on farms and scaling walls played in the corner of the screen, Ingraham said that the "America we know and love doesn't exist anymore."

"Massive demographic changes have been foisted on the American people," Ingraham whined, forgetting that the United States isn't only for white people. "And they are changes that none of us ever voted for, and most of us don't like."

As more video played of people pulling carrots out of the ground and scaling what could be a border wall (really?), Ingraham blamed immigration for ruining her vision of America.

From Virginia to California, we see stark examples of how radically in some ways the country has changed

According to Ingraham, even legal immigration is a big problem.

"Now all of this is related to both illegal and in some cases legal immigration," Ingraham said, "that, of course, progressives just love."

It seems Ingraham's version of America is one that is by, for, and of white people.

In a later segment headlined "alleged bias in the criminal justice system," Ingraham asked her guest if "black on black crime, for instance right now in Chicago, a bigger problem for the community than just the racism that you claim is in the criminal justice system?"

Twitter scolded Ingraham for her white supremacist comments, which some said tread dangerously close to Naziism.

Normally, calling someone a Nazi for mere racism would be a stretch. Except...

The "14 words" refers to the most popular slogan in the white supremacist movement: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children."

"Fox News isn't even trying to hide it anymore." But "both sides" something or other.

"Straight up white nationalism."

Speaking of demographic changes no one asked for...

Ingraham's hypocrisy regarding her own family did not go unnoticed either.

Ingraham has three adopted children: a daughter from Guatemala and two sons from Russia. Yet she's somehow against legal immigration now?

Others want to know what Ingraham has against them personally.

Then again...

Is this the America Ingraham wants?

That pretty much sums it up.

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