[Ed. – ‘It’s time to love they neighbor’?]
Fox News Host Laura Ingraham shared a public apology Thursday to Parkland school student David Hogg after multiple companies announced they were pulling their ads from her show, the Ingraham Angle. The apology, however, was “not enough” for Hogg, who called for the advertiser boycott Wednesday after Ingraham teased him about getting rejected from several colleges.
“I will only accept your apology only [sic] if you denounce the way your network has treated my friends and I [sic] in this fight. It’s time to love thy neighbor, not mudsling at children,” Hogg tweeted Thursday afternoon, responding to a tweet from a Parkland parent who lost his daughter in the February 14, 2018, shooting.
What Ingraham did “was disgusting,” said Fred Guttenberg, adding that “[o]ur message for common sense gun reforms has won” and those in opposition “need to pay a price for that.”
Media Matters President Angelo Carusone also weighed in, warning: “You can expect more advertisers to leave” before attacking the entire Fox News channel. …