Fox News releases statement on Laura Ingraham, to stand behind her
It appears David Hogg has failed…at least for the moment.
Following last week’s brouhaha where Laura Ingraham tweeted a rather dumb message about Hogg being rejected from college, advertisers began dropping like flies, at Hogg’s urging. You know, because Ingraham said something Hogg didn’t like and deserved to be silenced.
After the dustup, Ingraham tweeted a message of apology.
But receiving an apology from Ingraham was never the goal. Instead, Hogg stated he wanted an apology from the entire network. Big surprise, I know. A leftist given an inch and trying to take a mile.
Anyway, some thought Ingraham’s show would actually be taken off the air due to the action’s of a 17-year-old and a few companies willing to happily submit to a high school student’s demands. Virtue signaling at its best…or worst, I guess.
Anyway, Fox News put out a message Monday stating that Ingraham’s show isn’t going anywhere.
While not a big fan of Ingraham, silencing her or anyone else for that matter because they refuse to going along with the in vogue opinion of the day isn’t a good precedent.
Rachel Maddow has every right to be heard. Chris Hayes has every right to be heard. Heck, even David Hogg has the right to be heard.
However, at this point it appears that Hogg’s crusade to silence those who aren’t in complete and total agreement with him has failed.
Just don’t let him or CNN know.