No, CNN, Laura Ingraham's Comments on Demographics Were Not White Nationalist Talking Points
Laura Ingraham made comments about unfettered legal and illegal immigration into the United States changing the demographics of the nation in such a drastic and rapid fashion that the country is becoming unrecognizable. This is a clear fact. Places like Compton California used to be all black are now all Hispanic. That would not be an issue if not for the context. Latino criminal organizations attacking blacks to run them out of the community. Jobs now requiring American citizens to speak Spanish in order to get hired. It is a mess. Laura Ingraham said nothing wrong during her take on the matter.
Although, during that same monologue, she said outright that her comments have nothing to do with race or ethnicity, that she was speaking only about the rule of law and how the flaunting of the rule of law is damaging “what was once a common understanding by both parties that American citizenship is a privilege, and one that at a minimum requires respect for the rule of law and loyalty to our constitution,” she was, predictably, still smeared by the left and the establishment media as a racist.
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