‘Fox and Friends’ gang sounded (absurd) alarm bells about ‘Taliban’ children



Sometimes I really wonder what’s going on in Steve Doocy’s head when Brian Kilmeade starts to derail for Fox and his friendsearly morning race. He’s often the (relative) voice of reason when compared to the harsh Tory stances of co-hosts Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade, but on Wednesday morning Doocy sort of stared into the distance as the energizing bunnies to his left did. their thing. Maybe it was because they were more absurd than usual, while taking time to pretend Christmas is wasted because “nobody wants to work anymore”.

Here is what happened. Kilmeade began to lose him after Young Doocy (Peter, who is Steve’s child) confronted White House press secretary Jen Psaki over why migrant children were to be stolen “in the middle of the night” in states like Florida and New York. Psaki pushed back, saying those trips were just “sooner than you’d like to catch a flight.” And that led to Kilmeade worrying about the alleged secrecy of it all, while Earhardt stopped referring to his “friends” long enough to intervene, “the Taliban.”

Via Mediaite, Kilmeade had previously stated (before the ‘Taliban’ remark) that allow migrant children in the United States was a “departure sign for Central and South America, Africa, Norway, whatever, to come to our country.” Notice how he added Norway? It appears to be a precautionary added detail that would isolate him from charges of racist remarks, but Earhardt torpedoed this apparent attempt in a nutshell.

Nonetheless, Kilmeade persisted. “You get on board, you fly, you have a good plane trip, you are placed in a suburban community in America, light years away from your country. He then insisted that migrants and refugees should think, “Now is the time to sell the house and send our children to another country.” Oh man.

(Going through Media)



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