Laura Ingraham's Brother Calls Out Sister's 'Monstrous Behavior' After Host Compares Greta Thunberg to the Children of the Corn

Laura Ingraham has received a public dressing down from her brother Curtis after she compared Greta Thunberg and other climate change activists to the youngsters in Stephen King's Children of the Corn.

Curtis Ingraham posted his opinion of the conservative TV host on Twitter, in reaction to his sister's comparison of Thunberg and other activists to King's child fanatics who sacrifice adults to an evil deity.

"Clearly my sister's paycheck is more important than the world her three adopted kids will inherit. I can no longer apologize for a sibling who I no longer recognize. I can and will continue to call out the monstrous behavior and the bully commentary born out of anger," Curtis Ingraham wrote on Tuesday, posting a link to the comments made by his sister.

His comment had received 58,000 likes at the time of publishing.

Speaking on Fox News' The Ingraham Angle, the host discussed Thunberg's speech at the U.N., suggesting that it was "chilling" and playing a clip from the Stephen King horror movie to illustrate her point.

"Greta Thunberg didn't have to read her address, she actually memorized it," Ingraham said.

"The implication is, of course, that to ensure the future, everyone must sign on to these globalist solutions. Cede control of our economy, our way of life, our way of transport, how many children you want to have, and if we don't go along, we will be punished by our own children.

"Does anyone else find that chilling? I can't wait for Stephen King's sequel, Children of the Climate," she added, also suggesting that the "adults who have brainwashed these kids should be brought up on charges of child abuse."

Thunberg's emotionally charged address urged world leaders to take action now in order to protect the future. "People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecosystems are collapsing, we are in the beginning of a mass extinction," Thunberg said. Her speech prompted Ingram to respond: "It's not something to get that upset about. Honey, go back to school, calm down—it's going to be okay."

"I guess we should surrender the global economy to kids, who become manipulated because they believe their future is doomed. They've been told it's doomed" Ingram continued.

"I have one question—should the kids set their own dietary standards and their homework assignments too? Because my kids would love to get in on that," she added, also describing "climate fanaticism" and "socialism in a new mask."

Correction: This article was updated to correct a spelling.