One of Laura Ingraham’s guests called her out on Wednesday night for losing so many advertisers. And she really didn’t like it.
On Wednesday night, Fox News’ Laura Ingraham had two guests on her show to discuss immigration and sanctuary cities. And it didn’t go well.
Enrique Morones, who founded the human rights group Border Angels, sparred with John Cox, a Republican running for governor in the state of California.
After Cox said that he will be the next governor of California, Morones asked,
“Who is this guy? I don’t know who this guy is. Who is this Cox guy? I never ever heard of him.”
Ingraham then scolded Morones for being “rude and nasty.”
“Enrique, I just want to tell you, God bless you, I really, I wish the best for you. But you have been so incredibly rude and nasty since almost the first second of this appearance,” she said.
“So to say ‘who is he?’ I’m sure he doesn’t know who you are,” Ingraham continued. “So who cares? If the conversation — which is why we actually invited you on the show, to have a conversation — about a topic that’s really important—”
“Where’s your sponsors?” Morones shot back. “David Hogg got rid of half of them. High school kids shut you down.”
“It’s actually really important, and poor Enrique is trying to make waves. And the sad thing is this is how the left operates,” Ingraham responded.
“I’m not on the left,” Morones replied.
Ingraham then said, before throwing Morones off the air, “Enrique, thank you for that insightful contribution to the show.”