Fox News responded on Tuesday to leftist activist David Hogg's latest boycott of host Laura Ingraham, saying that the network will never back down to attacks designed to silence their diverse viewpoints.
In a statement provided to The Daily Wire, Fox News wrote:
Laura Ingraham’s very personal, on-the-ground commitment to the plight of impoverished and abandoned children—specifically in Guatemala— speaks for itself. So too does her strong belief in a commonsense, legal immigration system, which will continue to be a focus of her show. FOX News will never tolerate or give in to attempts to silence diverse viewpoints by agenda-driven intimidation efforts.
Hogg's latest boycott of Ingraham came after she said on Monday during "The Ingraham Angle" that the holding facilities for illegal immigrant children who were separated from their parents were "essentially summer camps or as the San Diego Union-Tribune described them today, is looking like, basically, boarding schools."
Ingraham clarified what she meant later in her show, saying, "The San Diego Union-Tribune today described the facilities as essentially like what you would expect at a boarding school. So I will stick to there are some of them like boarding schools."
In response, Hogg had sent a snarky tweet to Ingraham early on Tuesday, saying, "So @IngrahamAngle we meet again. Who are you biggest advertisers now?"
Hogg then proceeded to publicly call out Ingraham's advertisers in an attempt to ruin her career: