VIDEO: Fox News guest mocks Laura Ingraham for losing advertisers: ‘High school kids shut you down’


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A guest slammed Fox News host Laura Ingraham while on her show Wednesday evening, calling her out for losing sponsors after she mocked a Parkland, Fla., shooting survivor.

Enrique Morones, the founder of the human rights group Border Angels, made the remarks while on “The Ingraham Angle” with John Cox, a Republican candidate in the California gubernatorial race.

“Where’s your sponsors?” Morones said to Ingraham. “David Hogg got rid of half of them.”

The article goes on to state the following:

The remarks came after Ingraham criticized Morones for being “rude and nasty” to his fellow guest.

“I don’t know who this guy is. Who is this guy?” Morones asked after Cox said he was “going to be the next governor” of California.

“Enrique, I just want to tell you, God bless you, I really, I wish the best for you. But you have been so incredibly rude and nasty since almost the first second of this, you know, appearance,” Ingraham told Morones.

When Morones responded to the first question from Ingraham, he quipped sarcastically, “I’m glad David Hogg let you back on the air, by the way.”

After his continued references to Hogg, he was kicked off the show, and Ingraham continued the interview with Cox.

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