Laura Ingraham encourages Trump to spread fear about immigrants

Laura Ingraham encourages Trump to spread fear about immigrants

Ingraham: Trump "should be rattling off examples of individuals who have been released" from prison "because of the sanctuary policies"

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From the December 12 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): I think this is a great debate. The more that we talk about immigration, the better. The only thing I would say for Trump is that he should be rattling off examples of individuals who have been released in places like New York and California; released from prison -- from state prison in order to go kill, or maim, or brutalize, or commit domestic violence, or a DWI, again, because of the sanctuary policies. I would look right at Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer and say, "Well correct me if I'm wrong, but don't you all favor the sanctuary policies in your own state that endanger the lives of Californians and New York folks? You guys are hurting your own citizens, you realize that?" I mean, if you're going to go head-to-head in the Oval like that, then you got to throw down some of those examples. I think that would have even been better. But I thoroughly enjoyed it. I think we need more of these. The Democrats are going to think twice before they even accept an invitation to the Oval Office again. 

Previously:

Fox News’ coverage of Mollie Tibbetts’ death spiked after it was linked to an undocumented immigrant

Laura Ingraham: Trump should shut down the government because if he doesn't "get this wall built... we've lost the country anyway"

Laura Ingraham warns that the migrant caravan is bringing "crime" and "disease" to the United States

Laura Ingraham: San Francisco and sanctuary cities have "hypodermic needles in the streets" and "human feces all over"

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