Laura Ingraham Dismisses Jan. 6 Insurrection As A 'Narrative'
Laura Ingraham actually is by all accounts willfully ignorant.
The Fox News character on Wednesday proposed the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection was a "story" executed by pundits of the GOP. (Watch the video underneath.)
"The Ingraham Angle" have was reacting to visitor Raymond Arroyo's joke of Republican political counsel Mark McKinnon and his brand name cattle rustler cap during a new CNN appearance.
McKinnon said the GOP's proceeded with help of Donald Trump's ridiculous statement that the political race was taken has put the Republican Party "on the Titanic and will crash on the icy mass of the enormous untruth."
"They will do anything, Raymond, to keep that story alive of Jan. 6, because, I don't know, if Liz Cheney runs out of space in the GOP's enormous tent, I'm sure ― well, can she ― she can simply protect under the edge of McKinnon's ― Stetson, right?"
Ingraham and her Fox News associates have been attempting to advance Trump's political race lies and eradicate the historical backdrop of the savage outcomes. Late month, she asserted that Biden was "the genuine danger" to the nation ― not the favorable to Trump horde that raged the Capitol.
"America's most perilous insurrectionists aren't the silly QAnon individuals in hide and face paint, OK?" Ingraham said, probably alluding to the radicals who tried to upset the political decision confirmation on Jan. 6. "The genuine danger to our future is Biden and the all around obeyed incredible powers who need us to dismiss what made America extraordinary in any case."
In February, Ingraham deflected censure for the uprising onto Biden and a large group of others in a meandering aimlessly connivance string.
h/t Media Matters