Fox & Friends Furious at Comic Book Teaching Kids to ‘Know Your Rights’ During ICE Raid: ‘Total Lawlessness!’


Fox News host Jedidah Bilah covered a comic book intended to inform children of undocumented immigrants about their rights when encountering ICE officials, saying such graphic literature “infuriates” her.

“Something that infuriates me as someone who used to work with kids, there’s a new comic book out, you know, What if ICE Comes Knocking, and it helps kids avoid the feds and escape,” Bilah said on Fox & Friends Tuesday. “What kind of message is this sending to kids, to everyone?”

The books, released by the Sacramento Immigration Coalition, intend to teach children about their rights and keep their families “safe” when encountering Immigration Customs Enforcement officials, according to the group.

Tips in the book for children include “Don’t lie or give false documentation” and “Don’t run.”

“Stay silent,” another tip reads. “You have the constitutional right to not answer questions or show any identification to ICE agents.”

“It’s advocacy for total lawlessness!” Bilah exclaimed.

“It’s a sad day in America,” former ICE acting director Thomas Homan agreed. “It’s un-American.”

Watch above, via Fox News.

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