LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Angela, I mean, again, their argument is America is a horrible, awful, racist country, and it's just completely paralyzed by racism. He was the attorney general of the United States, went to the top schools in America. So many incredible success stories across the country.
Of course there's racism and injustice — there is probably always going to be, sadly. But it seems to just discount all of the wonderful things that our country does and has done for people of all backgrounds. And it's such a negative view. I just —
ANGELA STANTON-KING (GEORGIA REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE): It's such a negative view, and I have to challenge that. Because if America is so bad, why are they fighting so hard to open our borders for all of these illegal immigrants to just flow into our country and have access to opportunity?
So, America isn't as bad as they're trying to proclaim it to be. I think right now what we need to do is get away from this victimhood mentality, and go on to be — making America great, being great, doing all that we can, you know, to fight against injustice, to stand for justice, and do what's right.