‘This is a Travesty!’ Fox & Friends Outraged Over Anti-Hate Vote: ‘Omar Should Be High Fiving Everybody!’
Fox & Friends are taking issue with the House of Representatives for their brave passing of a resolution that took the controversial “anti-hate” position.
The House vote passed easily with all but 24 members voting “yes,” while most dissenters voted no because they felt that the bill was far too watered down from the condemnation of what many saw as anti-Semitic comments made by freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN.)
The hosts of Fox & Friends mocked and ridiculed the softened language in the House resolution that went from condemning Omar specifically to a broader, and perhaps more toothless, vote against hate.
Co-host Brian Kilmeade put as fine a point as one can imagine, saying “this is a travesty, a gutless move by a Democratic Party coming apart at the seems. And you are looking at the leadership there on the left. It’s actually on the right. And they just hugged each other. The freshman are running the caucus!”
Ainsley Earhardt chimed in with “How sad is this they have to put this down on paper in anti-hate resolution. Shouldn’t we all be anti-hate anyway?” before airing a clip of Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) who voted against the bill.
Watch above via Fox News.
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