"So since more illegal immigrants are rushing the border, more kids are being separated from their parents,” the Fox News host told her viewers, many of whom support President Trump's policy. "And temporarily housed in what are, essentially, summer camps."
She continued: "Or, as what the San Diego Union-Tribune described them today, as looking like, basically, boarding schools.
Ingraham made that claim despite a photo of one of the internment camps on the screen behind her showing children sleeping on the floor of what looks like a warehouse, with only a mylar blanket.
The federal government is currently housing approximately 12,000 migrant children, in facilities that are being described as cages, complete with chain-link fence walls.
Ingraham recently survived a devastating boycott against her show's advertisers, kicked off when she cyberbullied Parkland student survivor David Hogg.
Here's Ingraham from Monday night:
Laura Ingraham describes the detention facilities where children are sent after being forcibly separated from their parents as "essentially summer camps." pic.twitter.com/K6ao3lbS6Q— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) June 19, 2018
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