Grover Norquist tells Fox's Sandra Smith that parents aren't returning to work because they decided to start homeschooling their kids due to schools teaching CRT (which they aren't, but that lie is constantly pushed on Fox.)
As predicted, Fox is now blaming the nonexistent teaching of critical race theory in schools as another B.S. reason that parents aren't returning to the labor force now that their talking point about extended unemployment benefits is blowing up in their faces.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) argued over the weekend that there is a "downside" to paying women enough to afford childcare.
Peter Doocy thinks unemployed folks have it "so good" from the government benefits, they just don't want to get a job! Jen Psaki sets him straight.
Progressives Blast Right-Wing Narrative on Jobs.
Rep. James Clyburn shoots down the notion being pushed by Republicans that people aren't returning to work due to extended unemployment benefits.
Clyburn: "I've been hearing that all of my life. It has never been true. It's not true now, and I don't think that it ever will be true."
Fox' Neil Cavuto and Dan Geltrude carry water for a Florida restaurant owner who is upset he can't get his workers to come back to work for $8.75 an hour.
Fox continues to bash one of their favorite targets — people who need federal assistance — despite the fact that we still haven't made our way out of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn confusing the "American people" with her corporate donors.
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