Laura Ingraham Received Some Big News, And David Hogg Not Gonna Like It

Fox News host Laura Ingraham received some good news, but Parkland student David Hogg sure won’t be happy when he finds out.

When she came back from vacation after her dispute with Hogg, Ingraham’s show was the number one cable news program in its time slot.

Mediate reports, “The Ingraham Angle” made on average of 2.69 million viewers last week, with MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell’s “Last Word” coming in second with 2.6 million.

CNN’s “Tonight” brought up the rear with a stingy 1.29 million viewers last week.

Laura Ingraham got the big news following Hogg and his liberal allies’ full-scale attack launched against her show.

Earlier this month, Ingraham scoffed at Hogg after he made public that he was refused from four colleges that he applied to.

In answering to Ingraham’s amusing joke, Hogg joined the liberal group Media Matters to target companies who advertise on Ingraham’s Fox program.

Though Ingraham apologized to Hogg, he showed he isn’t willing to accept her apology. Instead, he urged his base of liberals and attempted to persuade companies to stop advertising on her show.

Few companies have withdrawn their ads from Ingraham’s show, but it seems her ratings stay very strong.

Here’s how social media reacted to the news:

Understandably she’s top-rated. We all knew punk power slumps quickly.

Hogg and other Parkland students have been attending in rallies and doing interviews constantly since the shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school last month.

When they aren’t protesting against guns, they are teaching Americans about eroding the Second Amendment.

However, what’s more important is that Hogg’s anti-gun tactics blown up in his face largely since the American people have clarified they are supporting Ingraham. and her top-rated Fox program.


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