April 25, 2016

From last month, two ten year olds, Charlotte and Henrietta, appeared on BBC's "Politics Today. The show is hosted by Andrew Neil, founding chairman of Rupert Murdoch's Sky TV.

The girls are interested in banning sugary drinks and unhealthy foods from public schools.

Neil gives them a line about the "Nanny State," which Charlotte throws back at him with ease.

She tells him with documentation in front of her that compulsory seat belts have saved 300 lives a year. She doesn't tell him to stuff his nanny state talking point, but it's implied.

Watch the video to see her finish him off as he discounts her because of her age.

She came prepared to do battle. And she won.

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