Fox Business guest criticizes Parkland students for acting “like they’re bulletproof”

Fox Business guest: Parkland students protesting gun violence are acting like “they're bulletproof,” and “out of control”

From the March 23 edition of Fox Business' Lou Dobbs Tonight:

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DOM GIORDANO: That's what the march is gonna be about tomorrow, Lou. As you know, I'm an educator, and I see these kids, the Parkland kids, a couple of them are out of control.

LOU DOBBS (HOST): Isn't that disgusting? I mean, we're tuning in to high school assemblies, to get the aggregated wisdom of 18 year olds. I mean, this is really --

GINA LOUDON: Who by their own words, Lou, say that they shouldn't be able to own guns even though they can go to war but they think that they should be able to make laws. None of this makes any sense at all. And the very fact that we are giving such gravitas to people who just -- they haven't had enough life experience, yet, Lou, to be experts on much of anything yet. And I don't think -- it's not insulting them to say that.


GIORDANO: I have to say too, Lou, as an educator, there's a couple of these kids that are just rude in the way that they proceed here, as if they are bulletproof, so to speak. But the media is almost laundering their own opinions through these kids.

DOBBS: Let's find another -- let's find another noun next time.

GIORDANO: Well, I -- I caught myself in that.


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