We all know Laura Ingraham did nothing wrong.
But even though we live in the “land of the free,” your life and career can still be ruined if you step over the line.
That line, of course, is dictated by liberals, and as a result, free speech no longer exists.
Fox News Channel’s Laura Ingraham has learned this first-hand after her interview with Parkland shooting “survivor,” David Hogg.
On “The Ingraham Angle,” the respected host said a few words that incited a firestorm of controversy across the country, and that’s all it took.
Despite her apology to Hogg, major companies started pulling advertising from Ingraham’s show; CEOs everywhere are just desperate to prove to liberals just how “progressive” they are.
The vicious bullying that has become the calling card of the left has really hammered Fox and Ingraham, which is terribly unfair.
But thankfully, conservative America has risen up to defend Ingraham:
They’re rallying together and asking everyone to boycott the companies that have sought to ruin the Fox host for absolutely no reason.
Make sure you boycott EVERYTHING Nestle since they decided to capitulate to teen tyrants. Adults with real jobs and money, tell Nestle to pound sand. BYE! https://t.co/PdDGNaT2fs
— Cristina Laila (@cristinalaila1) March 30, 2018
Ok. Cancelled @hulu. won't be buying more from Wayfair, Nutrish, or J&J Won't be using Expedia or TripAdvisor for travel plans, & am looking to see if it's possible to remove my reviews on TripAdvisor. Who tries to financially ruin those who disagree with him? #IStandWithLaura
— TakeNoPrisoners (@TakeNoPrisoners) March 31, 2018
Make sure your voice is heard. David Hogg will not win this war and destroy Laura Ingraham. She doesn’t deserve this. Call the companies dropping her show and tell them they lost a customer. The time for letting things go, is over. We can NOT give in to the left. #IStandWithLaura
— Mike (@mike_Zollo) March 30, 2018
In various Facebook videos and Twitter posts, conservatives are demanding a counter-boycott and you know, it’s starting to work.
In another blow to the bullying liberal regime, Fox co-president Jack Abernathy issued the following statement: