From the December 17 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:
ANDREA TANTAROS: It's such propaganda. Liberals cannot let you have a meal alone. Remember last Thanksgiving it was like try and sign up your family members for Obamacare. And this last time around Thanksgiving President Obama wanted to talk about ISIS over turkey, because nothing goes better than jihadists and cranberry sauce. This time around though they're so out of touch, Sandra. The only questions that young people need help answering when they are at the table at holidays is the awful, awkward questions like who are you dating? Are you still seeing that person? Are you going to get married? Do you want children? They should give us guidelines and place mats for that instead of just handing us a bottle of vodka if they want to be helpful.
SANDRA SMITH: I mean, Meghan, are you really surprised by this though?
MEGHAN MCCAIN: It's so embarrassing. It's the infantilization of this generation. I don't understand -- I am embarrassed to say what college I went to because of crap like this. Legitimately I've like gotten a place like this. You're supposed to be expanding your mind but it's just liberal indoctrination and I think it's really depressing. This is why people can't get out of their safe zones and actually have a conversation with someone that disagrees with them.
SMITH: So it addressed a few other things by the way in addition to black murders in the street and Islamophobia and refugees. Also the house master title came up as well and how to have that discussion with your family at the dinner table.
PETE HEGSETH: This place mat is like ideological vomit. It is. It's absurd. It's authoritarian. We're telling students what to say. You know why? Because the kids are going to have to leave their cocoon of Harvard and go back home and talk to their uncle. Their uncle who's got a little common sense, probably from flyover country, probably got a real job and probably is fired up about what is happening in this country and is going to confront their -- set off a bunch of trigger warnings for them and their safe zones going to be invaded and they're not going to know how to handle it. I mean this is how silly higher education has become.