Fox News host Laura Ingraham returned to her prime-time show, “The Ingraham Angle,” Monday night amid a boycott of the show from advertisers.
Ingraham, who said she took the week off for Easter, told viewers that the “bullying of the Left” is “desperate” and “Stalinist,” and vowed to use her platform to protect free speech in the opening segment titled, “The Left’s Plot to Silence Conservatives.”
“We indeed, are reaching a crisis point,” Ingraham said of what she calls the Left’s silencing of conservative voices. “Their objective is a total transformation of American society not through rational discourse and open debate but through personal demonization and silencing.”
Ingraham’s return monologue comes after on-air advertisers began fleeing the show amid calls from Parkland, Fla., survivors to boycott them, including Nestle, TripAdvisor, Honda among others.