In this exchange between Laura Ingraham and Manhatten Borough President Scott Stringer, Ingraham tried to get Stringer to say whether he agreed with Imam Abdul Rauf’s assertions that America has more blood on its hands than al-Qaeda. He ignored her and instead tried to get her to acknowledge her 2009 interview where she seemed to support the proposed plans.
They both tried to attack each other with examples of violence to show the other side as evil. Stringer brought up a cab driver who was stabbed when his passenger found out he was muslim. Ingraham went on the defensive against the incident citing a lack of details:
"Alright well, we don't know the details, I mean throwing out an example like that. We don't know the details of that Scott. Okay, you want to do an anicdote like that, I'm gonna throw down a dueling anicdote."
So what does Ingraham do? - She tells Stringer that he needs to see a video posted at Andrew Breitbart's website. - It supposedly shows a "Pro Mosqe" supporter shouting at an eldery man who was a holocaust survivor.
Shouting at a protest rally? - That's the best she could do? - Isn't shouting typical behavior at a protest rally? - But to refer anyone to watch a video at Andrew Breitbart's website shows what a tight spot she was in. I mean, folks aren't so fast to take any of Brietbart's videos at face value these days.