Fox host Brian Kilmeade sounded annoyed when Philadelphia sixth grader Mason Seder praised President Joe Biden’s management of the coronavirus pandemic and said he was doing a better job than Trump would have.
As a banner read, “FAILING OUR CHILDREN,” Kilmeade asked Seder, “What do you miss most about not being in school?”
Apparently, Seder had not received the Fox commandment, “Thou shalt always speak ill of President Joe Biden and never speak ill of Donald Trump.” Seder replied, “I miss most, obviously, seeing my friends and all the after school activities that I’ve done. I think that we’re very, very close getting back to school, and I think that the way that our new president is handling things is a very good way and we would not have gone to this if it were still the last president.”
That obviously did not sit well with Kilmeade. “Really?” he said, in a contradictory tone. “That’s hard to believe because the last president was saying I want every kid back in school.”
You can watch it below, from the May 5, 2021 Fox & Friends.
Brian Kilmeade to a 6th grader who said he doubted if Trump could handle reopening well: "Really? That's hard to believe. Because the last president was saying I want every kid back in school." pic.twitter.com/5USXBhAnBU— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) May 5, 2021
That’s precisely the problem, Brian. The former guy was all talk. Rather than do anything to make that happen, he chose to ignore the information he’d been given by the Chinese President, hoping beyond hope that the storm would pass. It didn’t.
a functioning brain.
10th Amendment: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people”
Read this about 10 times and absorb it. Especially “reserved to the people”. There’s a lot that the federal government should not be doing or saying they can do. (yes there’s a can of worms on all the power they have delegated to themselves since the 10th’s inception, but that’s mostly more government overreach). The danger it would appear is without this separation of power we “could” go back to a type of dark ages and ostensibly rule by Monarchy/Oligharchy, (which was what the founders were escaping, hence “why” the constitution was framed the way it was, not to let consolidated power rule). Read and Research, buy older books from early 1900’s, mid 1900’s to find “better” information than is currently available. Thank’s again to the NewsHounds! Cheers
We need LEGAL LIABILITY LAWS on ALL News, that’s obviously missing or we wouldn’t be having this conversation. Somehow it’s legal to lie in the media, I don’t know the statute that justifies it, but common sense says its real. Cheers
Most likely, Kilmeade was not happy with the producer for not making sure if the kids didn’t worship Fearless Dear Leader.