- Laura Fox, the hard-right host of Fox News, has recently made headlines for offending some of the country's most popular figures for its liberal policies.
- In recent weeks, the controversial Conservative has been thundering in debates over racism and gun violence that trigger an overwhelming backlash.
Laura Fox, the hard-right host of Fox News, has recently made headlines for offending some of the country's most popular figures for its liberal policies.
In recent weeks, the controversial Conservative has deepened in debates over racism and gun violence and sparked an overwhelming backlash.
This week she had to apologize to a 17-year-old survivor of the Parkland, Florida school after she mocked him for having been rejected at four colleges.
Lieutenant Colonel Douglas High School of Marjory Stoneman, David Hogg, is one of the most vocal defenders of armed violence in the 17 massacre. His demands for stricter arms control measures have made him a frequent target of conservatives and conspiracy theorists.
Public outcry following Ingrahams Attack urged several recruiters to end their relations with the host's Fox program.
Ingraham apologized on Twitter to Hogg on Thursday after several advertisers pulled their commercials out of their show. Hogg did not accept the gesture, tweeting "An apology in an attempt just to save your advertisers is not enough."
Hogg added, "I will only accept your apology if you act the way your network has treated my friends and me in this fight, it's time to love your neighbor, not to pollute the children."
Just last month, Ingraham unleashed a similar outcry as she insulted NBA stars LeBron James and Kevin Durant over criticizing President Donald Trump and calling James's comments on the president "barely comprehensible."
"It's always unwise to seek political advice from someone who gets $ 100 million a year to throw a ball," Ingraham said, adding that James and Durant "should shut up and dribble."
The basketball players, who have spoken out on both social and racist issues, described Ingraham's comments as humiliating and "racist."
"Ignorance is something I try to ignore, which was definitely an ignorant comment," Durant told USA Today. "It was racist for me."
Ingraham responded to the controversy by insisting that she tell all sorts of celebrities, including musicians and actors, to shut up and do her job.
"In 2003, I wrote a New York Times bestseller titled 'Shut Up & Sing', in which I criticized celebrities such as the Dixie Chicks & Barbra Streisand, who then killed President George W. Bush "Ingraham said explanation. "I have used a variation of this title for more than 15 years to respond to performers who are in politics."
She added that there was no "racist intent" in her remarks, arguing that charges of racism "are a transparent attempt to protect entertainment and sports elites from control and criticism."
But Ingraham, a strong supporter of the president, does not acknowledge that Trump himself built his political career from his fame. The former reality TV star would regularly intervene in the Fox News shows to express his political views on the current topic of the day, even though he had no work experience in politics.