Fox News guest compares the atrocities in Ukraine to the effect of critical race theory Jerry Boykin compares “moms in Loudon County” to Russian mothers learning their children were killed in war Written by Media Matters Staff Published 03/15/22 5:52 PM EDT Video file Citation From the March 15, 2022, edition of Fox News' Your World with Neil Cavuto NEIL CAVUTO (HOST): Another thing they cling to is this idea that word gets back to Russia that all of this is unraveling and looking bad, Russians realize the financial hit they've taken and it's that that pulls Putin back. What do you think of that? JERRY BOYKIN (GUEST): Yeah, and I think if you add to that the young Russian boys that are coming home in body bags with no detailed explanation as to why they died, I think if you combine all of those things, I think that is a powerful force. Look, it's just like the moms in Loudoun County, Virginia. Moms are rising up over a cause here that is very close to them and that is the lives of their sons, which are primarily conscripts. The younger Russian soldiers are conscripts. And now they're coming home in body bags and this is having an impact. In 2021, Fox regularly talked about critical race theory and Loudoun County, VA.