November 13, 2022

On Fox and Friends Sunday, co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy erroneously claimed the reason the youth vote broke so decisively for the Democratic party was because the left indoctrinates children against conservatives from kindergarten to college campuses, as if their reactionary policies have nothing to do with it.

"One of the advantages that the left have and they showed that in the Democrats have proved that in this election is with young people," Campos-Duffy noted.

Fox News proceeded to play video clip of two GenZ college students, with no identification of who they were except to portray them as everyday students..

Both young ladies said identity politics influence young people on how to think.

Campos-Duffy explained in her view there are a lot of factors determining the outcome of elections, but she fell back on her pet issue.

"Indoctrination works," she complained. "These kids are going from kindergarten through college getting one perspective only and you are an outsider, I mean truly an outsider to be of the perspective of these beautiful young ladies have."

Harris Faulkner's take was to ask Republicans to got to college campuses during events and militarize how they help conservatives -- act like the ROTC.

What Fox News refused to tell their viewers is that both young ladies are involved with the right-wing Campus Reform project and both are Campus Correspondents. One is from Pennsylvania and one is from Florida.

Melissa Da Gama actually was an intern for Sen. Marco Rubio, but Fox News takes her words as sacrosanct that campuses are indoctrination outposts.

Republicans never take any responsibility for their failures. Especially not Fox News.

In the Fox News bubble, Republicans lose because of cancel culture, indoctrination, voter fraud, or media bias. It's never their repugnant, reactionary, antidemocratic policies.

Republicans embraced overturning Roe v. Wade and then ran against the youth of America by religiously attacking gender issues, LGBTQAI+ communities, and complaints about cancel culture which directly pertains to the 18-25 demographic they lost decisively.

Rachel Campos-Duffy is a symptom of Republicans refusing to acknowledge the obvious.

Republican religious extremism in the courts along with fascist candidates were a turnoff. Young people do not enjoy being treated like a MAGA punching bag.

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