Laura Ingraham: "It's sad when your family gets separated" at the border, but "there's only so much of the love you can spread around"

Laura Ingraham: "It's sad when your family gets separated" at the border, but "there's only so much of the love you can spread around"

Ingraham: "There's only so much of the love you can spread around, when your own family, an American citizen, or American veteran on a street is having trouble"

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From the July 2 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Most people believe that if you come into the country illegally, it's sad when your family gets separated, no one wants to see that, but it's your responsibility.

You made a decision to cross the border. You didn't go through a normal port of entry, and now you are complaining that America doesn't have a heart, which is what one woman did today, was reunited with her daughter.

So, that's nice that she's reunited, but she made that decision. So, I understand the heart argument, I get the compassion argument, but Americans have been struggling for, like, three decades, and haven't seen a raise.

So, there's only so much of the love you can spread around, when your own family, an American citizen, or an American veteran on a street is having trouble.

Previously:

Laura Ingraham calls child detention centers “essentially summer camps”

Laura Ingraham: People talking about children being held in cages at the border "is hilarious"

Laura Ingraham: Why do we allow Muslim immigration when we "can't tell if an Islamic individual is going to be radicalized"?

MSNBC's Jansing highlights Laura Ingraham's history of racist, anti-immigrant, anti-LGBTQ attacks
 

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Laura Ingraham
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