Fox News host Dan Bongino sounded fired-up during an interview with Rachel Campos-Duffy on Fox & Friends on Thursday.
Campos-Duffy’s interview begins about 33 seconds into a video segment as she asks him about vaccine mandates from the federal government. Bongino, a former Secret Service agent and host of Unfiltered with Dan Bongino, responded passionately against the potential mandate.
Later in the interview, Campos-Duffy mentioned updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommending vaccinations for children as young as five years old.
“I’m afraid this will lead to a mandate that says your kids can’t go to school unless they get a vaccine that has had no long-term studies,” Campos-Duffy said, adding it makes no sense to her because the CDC has said 40 percent of kids have already contracted COVID-19. “This, as a mom, makes me very, very nervous.”
Bongino, who has been vocal about his opposition to President Biden’s vaccine mandates, became very agitated as he responded to her, using loud and profane language to express his outrage.
“You start messing with my kids, it’s game time, you understand?” Bongino said. “You think you saw an electoral tsunami on Tuesday? There won’t be a Democrat left standing in office in 2022, you start screwing around with my kids.”
The Saturday Fox host added he can take a lot but draws the line when it comes to his children, calling it game time. “We are not playing around. We can take a lot but don’t you dare toy with my kids,” he told Campos-Duffy. “I will make that decision for my kids when I am good-and-damn ready.”
“You can throw all of this other crap out the window because this isn’t politics. You’re messing with people’s kids. That’s a red line,” Bongino added emphatically.
Campos-Duffy said those were harsh words. “But, I understand your passion and I stand with you as an American citizen,” she concluded.
Bongino has been vocal about his opposition to President Biden’s vaccine mandates.
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