Publicado: Mar, Febrero 12, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Fox & Friends Host Says Germs Aren't Real

Fox & Friends Host Says Germs Aren't Real

He did not see any issue with eating the pizza, he said, then added that he didn't think he had washed his hands in 10 years.

"I inoculate myself", he continued. "I feel much better after I thoroughly wash my hands, which I do as much as possible".

Following a commercial break, Fox & Friends co-host Jedediah Bila revealed that Hegseth had been munching on day-old pizza that was left on the set. And by using the depressingly enormous platform that is Fox News to share this misinformation, he's put us all in a position where we're actually having to have a conversation about the reality of germs and the importance of washing your hands, like we're all back in preschool-preschool in the year 1870.

Hegseth's thinking is at-odds with science which has long confirmed that germs, and microbes live nearly everywhere: on food, animals, and plants, in the air, and in soil and water and on people's hands.

Prompting Bila to say: "Someone help me". "I can't see them, therefore they're not real".

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"So, you're becoming immune to all bacteria?" "My dad has that theory too". "Twitter really has come full circle".

In repsonse to someone who shared his sentiment on Twitter, Hesgeth used the hashtag #DontWash, before following up with a second tweet sharing a USA Today article about the on-air admission and writing: "To paraphrase the President from an hour ago: The Media is so self-righteous and ANGRY!" Loosen up and have some fun. He also said he supported drinking from hosepipes and riding bikes without a helmet.

According to a CDC fact sheet, "studies have shown that handwashing can prevent 1 in 3 diarrhea-related sicknesses and 1 in 5 respiratory infections, such as a cold or the flu".

"A single gram of human feces-which is about the weight of a paper clip-can contain one trillion germs", the CDC reports.

Lovely stuff - let's hope Hegseth was joking, eh?

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