Fox's Laura Ingraham dismisses sexual misconduct in Hollywood: "Are we actually supposed to feel sorry for these folks?"

Fox's Laura Ingraham dismisses sexual misconduct in Hollywood: "Are we actually supposed to feel sorry for these folks?"

Ingraham: Hollywood actresses "have over-sexualized themselves and the culture, for years"

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From the January 5 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): The previews in the media are a bit odd. Listen to this -- Reuters asks "Party or not? Golden Globes proves test for Hollywood sex scandal," and NPR writes "Are Harassment Scandals Overshadowing Hollywood's Award Season?"

So, I have to ask you this, Michelle -- are we actually supposed to feel sorry for these folks, who have over-sexualized themselves and the culture, for years?

Look at those. That's plunging all the way to the ground, those necklines, and no wonder why people are -- people give them a couple of -- a couple of glances. We're supposed to feel sorry for them, because, what? Their goody bag experience is not going to be as fulsome this year?

MICHELLE MALKIN: Yeah, that's right, Here are my tears shedding, and let me play the world's smallest violin for Holly-weird.

Previously:

Laura Ingraham criticizes actresses who are "flaunting their bodies" while also fighting sexual harassment

The Laura Ingraham Show casts doubt on Lauer allegations, worry Today will be "all estrogen" without a male anchor

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Diversity & Discrimination, Gender, Sexual Harassment & Sexual Assault
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Laura Ingraham, Michelle Malkin
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Sexual assault
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