Fox's Laura Ingraham: Anita Hill is “still dining out” on “false accusation” against Justice Clarence Thomas

From the November 21 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group’s The Laura Ingraham Show:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): I love getting this data and this information from listeners. I got to mention this tonight on [Fox News'] The Ingraham Angle. That’s Robert from New York, wired the whole company. So you try to make a claim -- I mean, that just -- but it is a sad commentary, but you can’t blame him for doing that. Otherwise you’re subjecting yourself to ridiculous amounts of liability and potentially false charges. And it also keeps people behaving. And conservatives, my friend just texted me saying, “don’t conservatives want men to treat women well? Isn’t that great?”

RAYMOND ARROYO: Yes, but they should do it without compunction and without bullying.


INGRAHAM: There’s a reverse bullying going on. Look what Anita Hill did to Justice Thomas. Look at what she did. She made a false accusation. Still dining out on it.


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