Fox: Keeping Schools Closed Is Comparable To Placing Japanese-Americans In Internment Camps

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Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Will Cain said keeping schools closed amid the pandemic is “one of the worst policy decisions of the last century,” claiming it is on par with Japanese internment and Jim Crow laws.

“I think that crushing our economy on purpose and declining to educate our children and holding them back on their socialization and emotional development is one of the worst policy decisions of the last century,” Cain said.

“Now, there’s some stiff competition here,” he continued. “And I’m open to the debate — obviously, Jim Crow segregation laws, Japanese internment, abortion. But again, sacrificing our children is one of the biggest and worst policy decisions of the past century.”

“And one has to ask why,” Cain said. “Why has that been so readily accepted in the name of quote-unquote ‘science’? It’s not science. It is sacrifice, and somebody should be paying the price for this.”

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