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Sean Duffy reveals how to understand Democratic politics

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Fox News contributor Sean Duffy and PragerU personality Amala Ekpunobi dissected Democratic policies on education and more Friday on “The Ingraham Angle.”

EKPUNOBI: [Democrats] I always love to use these minority communities and low income communities as an example for all the policies they create and the progress we make. But when we look at these communities, nothing is done. And what I want to question is what kind of education do these children get once they go back to school? Because from what I see in these programs, it’s critical race theory and gender theory, and they create yet another problem. And when these young children go to school and they become depressed and anxious, they are going to blame us for this problem, for not having accepted the program that they are trying to impose on them. And then ask us to expand things like mental health care for these children. What are they going back to? Is it going to be better than what we’ve seen? And what COVID created was an ideal situation for parents to see what kids are learning. And I would like that to be corrected at the same time as these children return to school and receive a good education.

DUFY: You can’t understand Democratic politics if you think [Democrats] would love America. They want to make us great. You only understand that if you understand that they actually don’t like America. They don’t want it to be awesome. Otherwise, why would they destroy education? [Or] don’t think Americans deserve a secure border or why they would do what they did against crime or oil and gas? On inflation, printing, borrowing, spending, the destruction of the value of the dollar? All of these things happen because they don’t like America. Because if you loved us like Donald Trump, you would never do the things they do. These are things that destroy a country, do not make it stronger and bigger. And I love that Donald Trump actually seized on the nickname to say, “You know what, I’m the King of MAGA. I want to make America great.”


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