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Fox News host flips out on Parkland teens mocking ‘adults’ like Marco Rubio — and the backlash is spectacular

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School junior Sarah Chadwick and Fox News host Laura Ingraham (Twitter / Wikimedia Commons)

Fox News host Laura Ingraham on Friday echoed a familiar right-wing talking point about the Parkland school shooting survivors, criticizing them for talking—presumably disrespectfully—“to and about adults.”

Ingraham was reacting to a Thursday tweet by Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School junior Sarah Chadwick suggesting, “WE should change the names of AR-15 to ‘Marco Rubio’ because they are so easy to buy.”

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In classic “get off my lawn” fashion, Ingraham suggested Chadwick’s quip about Rubio was inappropriate because he’s an “adult.”

“HOW TEENS SPEAK TO AND ABT [sic] ADULTS,” Ingraham tweeted Friday, complaining that “sophomore” Chadwick was using language unbecoming of a young woman.

Chadwick hit back on Twitter, prompting others to rally around the Parkland survivor. Read the satisfying reactions below:

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