Laura Ingraham says protesters ‘didn’t seem British’
Fox host Laura Ingraham attracted attention for observing that, while in Britain for Donald Trip’s visit, protesters she sees “didn’t seem British.”
- “A lot of people were from outside of London,” said Ingraham, failing to offer any concrete explanation for how she arrived at that conclusion.
- It’s also worth noting that people “from outside of London,” can still be British whether based on citizenship, heritage or residence.
- She also noted that people watching the protests “seemed uncomfortable.”
- It’s also not clear what, exactly, “seeming British” means to Ingraham.
- Social media lashed out at her, including many people of color or from other countries who call the U.K. home, are British citizens or are proud of their British heritage or culture.
Laura Ingraham says most of the protesters she saw today "didn't seem British, a lot of people were from outside of London" pic.twitter.com/4DERWxPVd2
— Jason Campbell (@JasonSCampbell) June 5, 2019