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Lucas, sign the petition: Fire Laura Ingraham for her offensive bullying—and demand her corporate sponsors pull their advertising.
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Fox News host Laura Ingraham has hit a new low. She mocked Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg, a 17-year-old high school senior, for not getting accepted at some colleges.

Hogg launched a boycott of her sponsors (which is leading to a steady stream of advertisers to divest from her show), so Ingraham made a pathetic and self-aggrandizing apology.

But it's too late. This is not the first time her bullying had crossed the line. Sign the petition: Fox must fire Laura Ingraham, and advertisers must pull their sponsorship.
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As editor of her college newspaper in the 1980s, Ingraham sent an undercover reporter to the Gay Students Association to publicly list the members' names—some of whom were not out.

More recently on Fox News, Ingraham had the nerve to claim a multicultural society results in Islamic terrorism. "The price we have to pay for multiculturalism is the risk that you're walking on the sidewalk and a man will purposefully mow you down … or someone will put a knife to your throat and slit it with the attempt to behead you," she said.

No TV station, radio station or advertiser can promote a bigoted bully like Laura Ingraham. It is time to take her off the air, and have her advertisers withdraw their sponsorship.

Click to AUTOMATICALLY sign the petition: Fire Laura Ingraham for her offensive bullying, and demand her corporate sponsors pull their advertising.
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Our Message to Fox News, radio stations, and Ingraham's corporate advertisers:
I am outraged at the cyber-bullying that Laura Ingraham has engaged against 17-year-old David Hogg, which is sadly part of her pattern that she has done for literally decades.

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Paul Hogarth, Daily Kos