‘Fox & Mates’ Host Berates a sixth Grade Scholar for Saying Biden Is Doing a Higher Job Than Trump

Co-moderator of “Fox & Friends” Brian Kilmeade interviewed three young students on Wednesday morning about virtual learning and pushed on his agenda that regardless of the possible consequences, children should immediately return to face-to-face learning.

Kilmeade said, as Mediate reports, of Californian college student, eighth grader Lilly Rauzon: “Her numbers are the lowest in the country. You should be back at school by now. The danger is infinitely small. “

Kilmeade further politicized his conversation with her, telling her to blame “your politicians and your unions” after saying she hadn’t learned anything since March 2020.

Philadelphia sixth grade student Mason Seder praised his teachers for their “great work,” but added, “It’s not what it could be when you are personal.”

When Kilmeade asked him what he missed most about personal learning, Seder offered a positive review that clearly angered the Fox News co-host and disrupted his attempts to indoctrinate the children.

“What I miss most obviously is seeing my friends and all the after-school activities I did,” Seder told Kilmeade. “I think we’re very, very close to going back to school. And I think the way our new president is handling things is very good, and we would not have gone to it if it had been the last president. “

One of the other students seemed to nod in agreement when Seder supported President Biden.

Kilmeade reacted angrily to the sixth grader.

“Really? It’s hard to believe, because the last president said,” I want every child to be back in school. “


Brian Kilmeade to a 6th grade student who said he doubted Trump would handle a reopening well: “Really? It’s hard to believe. Because the last president said I want every child to come back to school. “Pic.twitter.com/5USXBhAnBU

– Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) May 5, 2021

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