Laura Ingraham refers to part-time NYU teachers as 'little journo-terrorists' and teacher responds

Fox News host Laura Ingraham called out New York University’s journalism school for hiring what she calls“radical anti-conservatives” and “little journo-terrorists.”

On Thursday’s The Ingraham Angle, the host criticized the hiring of Talia Lavin, who resigned from The New Yorker last year after mistakenly accusing an ICE agent of having a Nazi tattoo. Ingraham also referenced last year’s NYU hiring of former Teen Vogue columnist Lauren Duca.

“They don’t want to argue. They don’t want to win the debate. They want to search and destroy. That’s what they do,” Ingraham said of the journalists. “That’s why Fox viewers are so loyal to this network because we refused to bow, refused to cave into these kind of terroristic tactics. And that’s what they are. They’re little journo-terrorists.”

Lavin responded to Ingraham’s segment on Twitter:

However, Lavin’s tweet was met with a mixed response from those who support her, and those who don’t really for sorry for her.

Meanwhile Duca, who is also at the center of a recent hit piece on Jezebel, simply had this to say to, well, everyone:

The Ingraham Angle airs weeknights at 10 p.m. on Fox News.

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