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Ingraham: Biden administration hates America too much to run it


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Laura Ingraham said members of President Biden’s administration hate the United States too much to lead it in Wednesday’s opening monologue of “The Ingraham Angle.”

The Biden team thinks it has a “messaging problem,” Ingraham said.

“Well, the truth is, they’re just not good at governing,” she said. “They can’t read the play, which is America, and they don’t even really want to be in the same house as us. In the end, when you hate a country as much as their people hate ours , you can’t make it work. But you can certainly do a lot to ruin it.

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According to an Echelon Insights poll, the top issues facing Americans are inflation, economic damage from COVID-19, supply chain issues, deficits, debt and illegal immigration, Ingraham said.

“That aligns very well with the top concerns of GOP voters, but not Democratic voters, because their top five extreme concerns include Trump supporters, white nationalism, climate change and voter suppression.”

“… This is a nightmare scenario for Democrats,” Ingraham said.

The left onea vicious, impatient grassroots itch for some type of socialist-type revolution” contrasted “most Americans who just want to live in peace and freedom.”

Ingraham criticized “the twisted and demented mindset of [Biden’s] activist,” calling it “perhaps the most devastating” of her problems.

His approval rating was 43% in the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll.

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“… [O]Our cities are turning into hellish landscapes of “Mad Max” violence and despair, she said. “Our families are being crushed by high food and gas prices. What about Joe Biden? He thinks the Americans are going to give him a pass because Putin is hurting Ukrainians? We need cheap oil, and he gives us cheap rhetoric.”

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