Fox’s Brian Kilmeade Suggests Warren Spoke Out Against Sessions Because She Is “Desperate To Be Noticed”

Steve Doocy: “Now The Left Is Up In Arms Because Those Evil Republicans Made A Woman Shut Up”

From the February 8 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): They've had this all night for the Democrats to stand in opposition to all of [President Donald Trump's] nominees. [Sen.] Elizabeth Warren [(D-MA)] got up at one point and she was quoting Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King's widow. And also referred to Jeff Sessions as a disgrace to the Department of Justice. Well, here's the thing: in the U.S. Senate they've actually got this thing called Rule 19 where you cannot say anything bad about another senator, even when you're quoting. She knows the rules. And she got in trouble with Mitch. 


BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): And there it is.

AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): He made her sit down.

KILMEADE: And that's a woman who's got 44 percent approval rating in her state and definitely with the right opponent she could be in trouble to win another six years. She's desperate to be noticed.

EARHARDT: Instead of talking badly and saying her opinion about Jeff Sessions, she was using Coretta Scott King's words.

DOOCY: Right, but the rules are the rules. You can't even quote somebody.


DOOCY: Look, she knows the rules. To Brian's point, she is trying to present herself as crusader.

EARHARDT: It seems like a lovely rule, right? You've got to support your friends I guess or everyone who's in your family. 

DOOCY: Rule 19 is seldom enforced. And so it's refreshing now that the Republicans are running the Senate and they have for a couple years.

EARHARDT: And [Senate Majority Leader] Mitch McConnell [(R-KY)] knows the rules. He stood up and said “uh uh,” that's not allowed. 

DOOCY: But the left is up in arms because those evil Republicans made a woman shut up. 


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