“Fox & Friends” reporter Todd Piro was caught off-guard when he went to a diner in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and found that one diner guest believed that climate change was the most pressing issue of the day.
While interviewing diner guests to get their views about politics, Piro interviewed a young woman who made the case that America needs to tackle climate change before it’s too late.
“Ultimately the other issues are all solvable, but if the planet starts catching on fire and we’re all dead, it doesn’t do us any good to see how much money we can make,” she said bluntly.
Piro responded by pointing out that she and her father had gotten into an argument over how to pay for fighting climate change — and then quickly moved on to another diner guest.
Earlier this month, Piro was similarly thrown for a loop after a diner guest in Missouri similarly told him how important it was to combat climate change — and he even went out of his way to praise the Green New Deal.
Watch the video below.
Fox & Friends diner guest on why climate change is her top issue: "Ultimately the other issues are all solvable, but if the planet starts catching on fire and we're all dead, it doesn't do us any good to see how much money we can make." pic.twitter.com/IgOfvj8vaF
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) April 16, 2019
This 2016 Trump voter lost his wife to COVID-19 — now he’s switching to Biden
An Arizona man who voted for President Donald Trump in 2016 is now switching his allegiances after he lost his wife to the novel coronavirus.
Local news station ABC 15 reports that lifelong conservative Dave Dahlstrom, a retired Air Force veteran who backed the president in 2016, has since soured on the president over his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic that took the life of his late wife, Cindy Dahlstrom.
According to Dahlstrom, his wife contracted the novel coronavirus over the summer and quickly grew very ill and was put on a respirator within days of first exhibiting symptoms.
Kayleigh McEnany: DOJ targeting New York Times over Trump tax leak ‘is a fair investigation to have’
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Tuesday said that she supported a "criminal investigation" into The New York Times for publishing details of President Donald Trump's tax information.
During an interview on Fox News, host Sandra Smith asked McEnany about Rep. Kevin Brady's (R-TX) call for the Department of Justice to open an investigation into the paper's reporting.
"The president hasn't pressed for that [investigation] but, look, that is a fair investigation to have," McEnany replied. "We've seen the politicization of taxes before. We've seen the IRS targeting Tea Party groups and its an unacceptable proposition for that to happen."
Fox News floats conspiracy theory that Biden is using listening devices at Tuesday’s debate
Fox News reported that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden may be planning to use listening devices during Tuesday night's debate.
During a discussion with Fox News anchor Bret Baier, host Bill Hemmer relayed information from one of his colleagues, which was likely planted by the Trump campaign.
"The Trump team asked to inspect the ears of each debater for electronic devices or transmitters," Hemmer announced. "The Biden team has not consented to that."
"The Biden team wanted a break every 30 minutes, the Trump team said we will not have that," he added.
Watch the video clip below.