Laura Ingraham defends white supremacist Paul Nehlen as one of the "prominent voices censored on social media"

Laura Ingraham defends white supremacist Paul Nehlen as one of the "prominent voices censored on social media"

Nehlen has publicly stated that a "race war" needs to be "kick[ed] off" in the U.S.

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From the May 30 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Facebook now, what do they monitor quote, "hate", that sounds good until you realize hate and these are some of the people they've shunned, are you on there? Oh, there you are.

CANDACE OWENS: There I am.

INGRAHAM: Hey, hi, how are you? But it's people who believe in border enforcement, people who believe in national sovereignty.

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Paul Nehlen, Laura Ingraham, Candace Owens
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