Fox host defends taking immigrant children from parents because some of the kids may end up in MS-13

Fox host defends taking immigrant children from parents because some of the kids may end up in MS-13


From the June 4 edition of Fox News' The Five:

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JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST): The key point here is the assumption should always be that a child belongs with his mom or her mom, their parents.

GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): Well, they arrived without their mom, the missing 1,500 --

WILLIAMS: I think you guys are really missing the idea that something so essential, and so much a part of family values would be violated.

GUILFOYLE: No. That has nothing to do with family values.

WILLIAMS: I'm just saying --

KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE (CO-HOST): It has to do with public safety. Why are the children coming over unaccompanied? Where are these caring parents?

WILLIAMS: Public safety? Oh, and kids are gonna -- kids are terrorists now?

GUILFOYLE: I never said that.

GUTFELD: Just release them into the street, Juan.


GUTFELD: Just release them into the streets.

WILLIAMS: What are you talking about? They should be with their mother.

GUTFELD: They are in a different facility --

JESSE WATTERS (CO-HOST): What if the mother is being prosecuted?


WILLIAMS: In a minute, they are all going to be members of MS-13, according to you. I find this really terrible.

GUILFOYLE: I mean, well, some are.


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Juan Williams, Greg Gutfeld, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Jesse Watters
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