Fox & Friends Host Says 'Germs Are Not A Real Thing': 'I Don't Think I've Washed My Hands For 10 Years'
Fox News host Pete Hegseth explained on Sunday that he doesn't wash his hands because "germs are not a real thing."
Fox & Friends cohost Pete Hegseth grosses out his coworkers when he tells them he hasn't washed his hands in ten years, and he's not worried about it because "germs are not a real thing" because he can't "see them."
Fox & Friends wants their viewers to believe this really isn't an indictment at all, because Stone is charged with "process crimes," which totally aren't crimes at all.
Fox's Dan Bongino and his friends on Trump's favorite morning show continue to attack Robert Mueller, and take up for poor picked on Roger Stone, who Bongino ridiculously claims isn't a flight risk after his arrest earlier that morning.
Three Fox & Friends hosts on Sunday disagreed about who is not killing migrant children at the border: the Trump administration or Democrats.
Trump's favorite propaganda network attacked Nancy Pelosi for vacationing at a "luxury resort" in Hawaii and conveniently forgot to mention that Democrats are still in the minority in the House.
Trump's favorite propaganda network went after Nancy Pelosi for vacationing in Hawaii during the Trump shutdown, as though she has any power to reopen it before Democrats take power in January.
Trump's favorite propaganda network wasted no time politicizing the tragic death of a California police officer who was shot by an undocumented immigrant who had previously been arrested for two DUIs.
Trump's favorite propaganda network immediately proceeded to politicize the death of California police officer Ronil Singh.
To Fox host Ed Henry and Pastor Robert Jeffress, the reason for the season is finding new excuses to smear Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – while accusing her of playing politics.
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