Fox Information Host Continues His Warfare on Public Faculty Academics – This Time by Calling to ‘Simply Cease Vaccinating’ Them

Co-moderator of “Fox & Friends” Brian Kilmeade Says It’s Time To End Vaccinating Public School Teachers Who Refuse To Return To Work Due To The Dangers Of The Coronavirus Pandemic.

“In places like Illinois and in places like New York City, in places like Chicago,” Kilmeade scolded Tuesday, speaking of his favorite destinations, “they have to open schools, they will.” [sic] The ventilation is being fixed, everything is being done, money is being given, the teachers are being vaccinated and they are still not opening up to the schools. Those K-bis eighth graders have to go back to public schools – the ones who get hurt are the lowest-income people whose parents are most likely both in work if you have two in the family. That has to stop. If not, stop vaccinating teachers. If you don’t want to go back to work, stop vaccinating. “

Brian Kilmeade: “Just stop vaccinating teachers. If they don’t want to go back to work, stop vaccinating them.”

– Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) January 26, 2021

This is not the first time Kilmeade has attacked public school teachers.

Just two weeks ago, as a guest on “The Five,” Kilmeade blew up teachers afraid of returning to face-to-face lessons and again targeted “Chicago,” which he verbally emphasized. His co-host jumped on board, called public school teachers “shameful” and said they should put children’s education before their own lives and that of their families.

Discussed efforts to reopen classrooms when teachers get the COVID vaccine. Thanks for having me #TheFive!

– Brian Kilmeade (@kilmeade) January 12, 2021

While broadcasting from the safety of his own home over the summer, Kilmeade also called for teachers to go back to work despite the pandemic.

Brian Kilmeade says schools will have to partially reopen in the fall because “life is full of risks, children should learn early that life is full of obstacles and you have to find a way to overcome them.” Pic.twitter. com / zamv1HgMwj

– Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) July 8, 2020

Kilmeade never believed the coronavirus could be controlled and infection rates lowered, as he made clear last month.

Brian Kilmeade, Fox News host, told viewers, “There’s really no preventing this virus from spreading.”

– Jeremy Barr (@jeremymbarr) December 8, 2020

Meanwhile, Kilmeade spent some time last week learning how to host prime-time, trying to get Fox News’ expansion of its opinion shows to the 7pm hour. It didn’t go well as the number of viewers dropped dramatically.

Brian Kilmeade in prime time was down on Thursday night. Fox News Primetime took third place again across the board, drawing just 1.824 million viewers and 255,000 viewers in the 25-54 demo.

By comparison, CNN’s Erin Burnett drew three times the demo audience (771,000).

– Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) January 22, 2021

Fox News Host continues its war on public school teachers – this time calling for a stop to vaccinate them, it first appeared in the New Civil Rights Movement.

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