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Laura Ingraham said in her monologue on Thursday night that the victims of illegal immigrant crime and their families are "almost invisible" to Democrats.

She pointed out that the parents of a teenager killed by MS-13 gang members were in attendance at President Donald Trump's State of the Union address on Tuesday, but Democratic lawmakers refused to stand and honor them.

"Everywhere you turn, the Democrats and their fawning media enablers are elevating the concerns of non-Americans over actual Americans," Ingraham said.

She argued that Democrats are falling back on identity politics, creating their own classes of "imaginary victims."

"Politicians stand and applaud for so-called DREAMers demanding rights," Ingraham said. "And if you disagree and you believe in immigration measures that are designed to benefit the American people, well, you're smeared."

She said Trump is looking out for the well-being of American citizens when he says he wants to close the "glaring loopholes" in the U.S. immigration system, such as catch and release, chain migration and the diversity visa lottery system.

"All those Democrats who sat fuming rather than standing in support of grieving American families Tuesday night, I say shame on you," Ingraham said. "You've gone so far left that you've left America."

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