Laura Ingraham’s Brother: There were ‘shouts of Sieg Heil and laughter’ in our home as children
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Whether you are on the right or the left, there is no denying that Fox News’ Laura Ingraham does and says some pretty controversial, and some would argue, racist and bigoted things. Whether its attacking a high school student for not getting into the college of his choice, or appearing to make the Nazi salute at the 2016 Republican National Convention, Ingraham has managed to anger quite a lot of people over the last few years.
This week, as Ed and Brian Krassenstein launch the first episode in their KrassenCast podcast, not only did they discuss Laura Ingraham’s sordid past, but Laura’s estranged brother, Curtis Ingraham joined in on the dialog.
Curtis, 7 years older than his famous sister, talked to Ed and Brian about his upbringing with his younger sister, which involved not only verbal and physical lashing out, but also Nazism.
The Krassensteins next asked Mr. Ingraham about the infamous alleged Nazi salute that his sister appeared to make during the 2016 Republican National Convention, and whether he thinks the gesture was intentional.
“You do not show a gesture like that. Knowing what that really signifies, how can you eclipse to that? I do not know but it is a gesture that should have never been done,” he explained.
Their Krassenstein’s first podcast, 45 minutes in length, dives deeper into the relationship between Curtis Ingraham and his sister, touches on the Covington Catholic school events last weekend, and dives into a whole lot more. All episodes are available for advanced viewing to Patreon subscribers, and will be released to the public this Friday, via iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Youtube and elsewhere.