Laura Ingraham doubles down on comparing child detention centers to play spaces

Laura Ingraham doubles down on comparing child detention centers to play spaces

Ingraham: "Every time I go by a public schoolyard now, I say those are the same type of cages that they're talking about. It's just chain link fence"

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From the July 9 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): It sounds like three people, doesn't it? Chasing old Mitch McConnell around.

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Was Elaine with -- I'd be careful going up to Elaine Chao. She's the tiger wife. She doesn't like the taunting. No.

There's got to be, I guess you can't do this -- this is where my devilish side comes out. It would be fun to carry around a Super Soaker. Like one of those Super Soakers that shoots like 40 feet, and just start soaking them. Probably the first shower they've gotten in some time. So you kill two birds with one stone. You kind of have a fun moment of frivolity in the summertime heat, and also you also give them a bathing opportunity. Maybe give them some soap too. So hit them with a Super Soaker and some soap, say go to town. 

You've just got to ridicule these people, they're so ridiculous. "Where are the babies, Mitch? Where're the babies at? Where're the babies at, Mitch?"

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Why do I always -- when they keep repeating the "kids in cages, kids in cages," every time I go by a public schoolyard now, I say those are the same type of cages that they're talking about. It's just chain link fence. Kids in cages, chain link fence. Kids in cages.

Again, if these Democrats really cared about the kids -- the kids, they're worried about the kids. Where are they on the American kids, what's happened to the American kids? In the inner cities who have been hammered by the lack of having no fathers, no role models, getting hit by these gangbangers. The kids who are in failing schools because the left keeps them choked off from competition. 

Previously:

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

Laura Ingraham calls child detention centers “essentially summer camps”

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"

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