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Laura Ingraham shames advertisers who left her show: ‘They all gave in to the mob’

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During her radio show Monday, Fox News host Laura Ingraham castigated advertisers who bailed on Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle" at Parkland, Florida, student David Hogg's prompting.

Ingraham also blasted leftists for mocking her and other conservatives who share her values.

What did she say?

She kicked off a portion of one of her radio segments by highlighting liberal hypocrisy.

Her lead example was The Atlantic, which fired writer Kevin Williamson earlier this month over his abortion views.

"They can’t argue with you so they demonize you," Ingraham said during her nationally syndicated radio show, according to Media Matters. "OK, well, keep demonizing me. Go. Bring it on. Meanwhile, our ratings are sky high on Fox, by the way."

She went on to get more specific about her ratings.

"[O]ur ratings are up, up, up, up, up. Among 18- to 34-year-olds, our ratings, I think, are up 47 percent since the boycott," Ingraham explained.

What about the advertisers who stayed with her?

Ingraham also lauded advertisers who did not bail on her show and revealed that some even saw increases in sales.

"Mike Lindell, the My Pillow guy, he’s selling so many pillows," she revealed, noting that one advertiser — Ace Hardware — even returned to the show.

"I mean, support Ace Hardware franchises across the country, support them because they said no to the mob," Ingraham added. "All these other companies ― SlimFast, Jenny Craig ― they all gave in to the mob."

You can listen to the full segment below:

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