After MSNBC Host Attacked Trump During George H.W. Bush’s Funeral, Laura Ingraham Embarrassed Her

The liberal media is using the memorial services of Pres. George H.W. Bush as a chance to attack Pres. Trump, and Laura Ingraham has heard enough.

The Fox Host unloaded last night in a video clip that’s going viral. Ingraham responded to MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace, who who had the audacity to mock President Trump while the Bush Motorcade was bringing the deceased President’s body to the Captiol. But she doesn’t stop with Wallace. (Video Below)

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Ingraham also exposed Morning Joe co-host, Mika Brzezinski, for the monster she truly is. Watch for yourself then spread this story so we can expose these people!

Here’s some of what Laura had to say:

“When a former president passes away it’s appropriate to celebrate his life, his achievements and to remind the public of his record and his legacy.

Sadly, though, with the death of George H.W. Bush, some in the media and politicians from both parties are abusing this moment to trash, instead, the sitting president.

As the Bush motorcade was making its way to the capitol for the last time MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace, a former Bush aide herself, could not restrain herself. She said this:


“I think what everyone is getting at is that under Donald Trump the office of the presidency has been debased in a way that is unimaginable for people who served every past president. … I think what’s lost in this moment is our reverence and our dependence and the way we need and rely upon the elegance and the traditions of the presidency.”

Let’s get this straight. She’s talking about reverence and she’s trashing the current president as the motorcade is inching its way up Capitol Hill.

Well think about it this way, President Bush was a man who loved his country, loved his family, his faith and his friends. He was a war hero and a dedicated public servant throughout most of his life.

So are these folks really honoring that legacy and his innate sense of decency and kindness by slashing the man who entered the White House 25 years after him?

At a time like this when a father, a grandfather, a great-grandfather and a former president has died, we should be bigger than the petty politics of the moment. I think we should be capable of uniting as Americans and celebrating the best of George H.W. Bush without resorting to the same old usual political snark and calumny. And isn’t that what President Bush would have wanted?”