STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Pete, these college students are hoping they can do what Joe Manchin and Krysten Sinema are keeping the Senate from doing, and that is passing this voting rights thing — I say that because they would have to get rid of the filibuster. Is anybody going to listen to these kids out in Arizona?
PETE HEGSETH (CO-HOST, FOX & FRIENDS WEEKEND): No. It did not work the first time, it's not going to work this time. Their first hunger strike was a sham. This one's a sham. I do think though it might help with our bare shelves, Biden bare shelves problem. Less food that some people will be eating. Some of them look a little like they are not all that hungry, so that might help a few of them too as well.
Listen, this is the foolishness of young kids searching for any purpose in their life at all. Their life is so empty that it's a fake voting rights bill based on a fake problem that's entirely unconstitutional that they decide to cling onto, on a cause they know is hopeless. Because thankfully, Manchin and Sinema are — and others are not going to move to change the filibuster and overturn the entire United States Senate. This would destroy the federalism of our voting system, blow open the ballot box, and these kids think not eating is going to get it done. Not going to work.