Laura Ingraham: Congress wants to change America "demographically" and “in ways that nobody voted for”

Laura Ingraham: Congress wants to change America "demographically" and “in ways that nobody voted for”

Ingraham: "They want to change it demographically, or bring so many people into the country that don’t have an affinity for our country”

Video ››› ››› MEDIA MATTERS STAFF

From the June 11 edition of PodcastOne's The Laura Ingraham Show Podcast:

Loading the player reg...

LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): This has been going on for decades, this problem of cross-border traffic that is illegal in nature, benefiting the cartels, benefiting the drug and human traffickers, and hurting our country, changing the country in ways that nobody voted for. And a complete slap in the face to those legal immigrants who, as we know, go through the process because they love the country and they respect the country enough to follow her laws.

So, as the president was welcoming the NASCAR folks to the White House, he made that comment about how ironic is it that Mexico is now doing more than the U.S. Congress. He's absolutely right.

In a -- in an afternoon, Congress could fix this, but they refuse to do it because their goal is to change the country, any way they can.

They can't win electorally, they want to change it demographically, or bring so many new people into the country that don't have an affinity for our history or our founding, that they'll be able to snooker them on socialism. So, he's right about that.

Previously:

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

Laura Ingraham warns that undocumented immigrants are coming to "replace kind of the old America with a new America"​

Laura Ingraham and Pat Buchanan warn that immigration will change "the whole character and composition of the nation"​

Laura Ingraham says immigration is pushing "Western civilization" toward "tipping over a cliff"

Video: Years of Laura Ingraham’s anti-immigrant commentary

Laura Ingraham attacks critics of "I believe in white supremacy" quote from John Wayne in 1971 Playboy interview

Posted In
Diversity & Discrimination, Race & Ethnicity, Immigration
Network/Outlet
PodcastOne
Person
Laura Ingraham
Show/Publication
The Laura Ingraham Show Podcast
We've changed our commenting system to Disqus.
Instructions for signing up and claiming your comment history are located here.
Updated rules for commenting are here.