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Fox & Friends Host Launches Racist Rant Attacking Immigrant Kids: ‘A Lot of Them Turn Into MS-13’



‘Fox & Friends’ Co-Host Brian Kilmeade’s Racism Rears Its Ugly Head Yet Again

Fox News host Brian Kilmeade described immigrant children as burdensome and potentially violent as he defended the Trump administration policy to break up migrant families at the border.

The “Fox & Friends” hosts justified the controversial policy throughout Tuesday morning, and co-host Ainsley Earhardt complained the Department of Health and Human Services had spent $1 billion last year caring for migrant children held in detention.

“Jeff Sessions says they are not being abused,” Earhardt said. “He says the conditions are good. He says we spent $1 billion last year, your taxpayer dollars to make sure these kids are safe.”

Kilmeade took the baton from there, and rattled off a series of statistics, dismissive statements and inflammatory claims to rally viewers behind President Donald Trump and his policy.

“Just get these numbers straight,” he said. “Separation is the issue first ladies past and present weighing in saying they are upset — 68 percent of independents are not for the separation and 91 percent of Dems and most Republicans. I get it, figure out a way to keep parents and children together.”

He claimed 30,000 children would flood across the border by August, and he argued the U.S. could not afford to care for them.

“As Nancy Pelosi steps over the homeless in San Francisco to hop on the plane to go to the border to have her heart bleed for people from other countries that are coming here, understand we are $20 trillion in debt,” Kilmeade said. “We have classrooms that are overrun, we have teachers buying their own supplies. These kids come in — fantastic, Oprah Winfrey, I’m glad you are upset about it.”

Kilmeade carried on at a fever pitch.

“These kids get fanned out to working class neighborhoods, into our society, and then they have to be paid for by English is a second language and then they have got to be schooled and a lot of them — sadly, in my neighborhood — turn into MS-13.”

“So, the bottom line is,” he continued, “the thing is, these kids are coming across, you don’t have to vilify somebody. You have to solve the issue.”

Earhardt and co-host Steve Doocy agreed the parents were to blame for bringing or sending their children into the U.S., and all three hosts agreed the real victims of the unpopular policy were the Border Patrol agents enforcing the Trump order.

“You have to put the blame on the parents,” Earhardt said. “They are choosing to enter between the ports of entry. They know they will be separated, but they want to blame the government when we are

“I feel bad for the Border Patrol,” Kilmeade agreed.


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Trump Gleefully Jokes About ‘Rough’ Treatment of US Reporters by North Korean Guards (Video)



Last month during a GOP fundraiser held at Mar-a-Lago Donald Trump, the former president, gleefully recounted an event he says took place when he met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

“He’s not big on press coming in. I don’t think he’d ever done it before,” Trump said, as first reported by The Uprising’s Hunter Walker (video, via Women for Trump, below).

“And the press came in and they were rough, not so much with him — even not so much with me — but the way they poured in, physically they tried to push guards down. And fortunately, these were North Korea guards. They didn’t get pushed down.”

“It was a rough kind of a day for the press,” Trump noted.

Walker adds there is “a chance Trump may have said ‘unfortunately,’ but the overall intent of the remark — mocking tough physical treatment of the press by the authoritarian Kim’s guards — is clear. After telling the tale, Trump began to chuckle and the audience laughed along with him.”

The Washington Post reported at the time of the meeting, June of 2019, that then-press secretary Stephanie Grisham was “bruised…in a scuffle between North Korean security and members of the U.S. press pool covering President Trump’s meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.”

The Secret Service was forced to intervene “as North Korean guards pushed and shoved American reporters,” The Post added.

Trump spent a good portion of his time campaigning from 2015 through 2021 attacking the press, even calling out some reporters by name. One famous story involves NBC News/MSNBC reporter Katy Tur, who required Secret Service armed escorts out of a Trump rally in December of 2015 after she was personally, verbally attacked by Trump.



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‘We Will Never Back Down’: Marjorie Taylor Greene Serves Up Defiant Religious Rant Vowing to Only Serve God



Embattled U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) served up a fiery, defiant religious rant on social media Wednesday morning, and speaking in the third person, vowing to only “serve” and “bow to” God.

“We will never back down,” she promised.

At 6:42 AM Greene, whose Twitter bio indicates she is a “Christian, Wife, Mom, Small Business Owner, Proud American, 100% Pro-Life, Pro-Gun, Pro-Trump #MAGA,” posted a tweet praising God.

About an hour later, Greene responded to a Politico report stating House Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was leaning toward stripping her of her committee assignments, declaring that no matter what he does, “it would never be enough for the hate America Democrats.”

The “hate America Democrats” is a favorite phrase of Greene’s.

Rather than attack McCarthy, who holds her future in his hands, she went after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, whose execution she has repeatedly supported.

“As much as [McCarthy] genuinely tries to work with @SpeakerPelosi for the good of this country, she refuses to see the hypocrisy of her own conference,” Greene claimed.

She then proceeded to attack well-known Democratic lawmakers, although not mentioning them by name. These are not new attacks from Greene, she has made most of these before, but they are vitriolic and most are unfounded.

And then Greene reverted to her religious remarks, again, appearing to speak in the third person.

We know who they all are.

We owe them no apologies

We will never back down.

We only serve the ONE who created us ALL, and we only bow to HIM.

And we know who we are, free and saved by HIS grace.

No matter what.


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McEnany: Trump Continues to Pursue ‘Ongoing Litigation’ to Retain Power– It’s Not ‘the January 20th Date’ Yet



Kayleigh McEnany on Tuesday, in her role this afternoon as White House press secretary, says President Donald Trump continues to pursue “ongoing litigation” to retain power and has until January 20 to continue those actions.

President-elect Joe Biden won the Electoral College in a 306-232 vote, and beat Donald Trump by more than 7 million votes in the popular vote.

McEnany said Monday’s Electoral College vote was merely “one step in the constitutional process leading up to the January 20th date in the Constitution.”

Her statements are false. The Electoral College has completed its constitutional duties and there is no legal path for overturning its vote.

Despite her being a senior advisor to the Trump campaign, a role experts say is at minimum the appearance of an ethical conflict, she refused to answer more questions and referred reporters to the campaign.



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