Laura Ingraham: The left “probably like[s] child pornography better than they like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”

Ingraham: In a few years, “you're going to have to hide your Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer DVD”

From the December 6 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:

Video file

LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): When you think of the left today, are those the kind of people you want to hang around with? Just, just, just -- talking like now beyond politics. They are the biggest killjoys out there, killjoys! They don't want you to enjoy your life. They want you to listen to them, shut up, and sit down. Lecturing you, and haranguing you into what you should feel about the country, about race, about gender, about all of that. They want to intimidate you. So you're going to turn around in a few years and you're not going to be able to -- you're going to have to hide your Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer DVD. You'll have to hide it! You can't keep that around the house, oh no. That might as well be child pornography. They actually probably like child pornography better than they like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer at this point.

They don't really have a problem with pornography at all. But they have a problem with anything that in their mind is traditional or even slightly hearkens back to a more traditional time. Because the traditions themselves of family and so forth were enslaving to women, were enslaving to people. I mean, there's real slavery but then there's the slavery that they have developed in their way of thinking -- that we were all slaves to the patriarchy. So all vestiges of the patriarchy must be destroyed, must be called out. So, you know, the Confederate soldier Silent Sam at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, all the protests about that, as if putting that in a dumpster is going to change anyone's life.


Fox News segment: “Will the #metoo movement ruin Christmas parties?”

Fox anchor: “The war on Christmas is gaining speed”

Fox hosts lament that liberals are “sucking the joy” out of Christmas