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The consensus of the shooting in Texas is that it was 'intolerable': Guy Benson

Guy Benson highlights the response from politicians after the massacre at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on ‘Special Report.’. GUY BENSON: Which is why some of the Democrats in the Senate are already tapping the brakes on that. The same ones that we usually hear from Sinema and Manchin on that front, and they've done it on a lot of big issues, whether it's so-called voting rights or abortion. They're saying, no, let's keep that in place. It is frustrating, Brett, to see people talk about this as unimaginable, unfathomable. It is imaginable. But we don't have to imagine because it happens far too often in this country. And I think that there is not a breaking point or a tipping point, but a consensus among people across the spectrum. This is intolerable. We can't keep doing this and, okay, fine. I think we can agree on that. Then what? Right. And that is where the whole thing falls apart. And we go to the same script over and over.
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Guy Benson calls out teachers union boss over mask mandates: Where'd she get her medical degree?

Fox News contributor Guy Benson reacted on "America's Newsroom" Monday to teachers union president Randi Weingarten refusing to support an end to mask mandates despite the data. The American Federation of Teachers president said she's waiting on an "off-ramp" for supporting the removal of masks in schools, suggesting that might be when COVID transmission in schools drops to zero.
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Guy Benson: Following His Passion For Politics

On this episode, Jason shares his thoughts on what went on in the Governors election and why Virginia elected Republican Glenn Youngkin. Jason also talks about the reelection of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and the accomplishments of NASA Astronaut Dr. Jonny Kim. Then he brings on the stupid by talking about a monkey that bit a child on Halloween.
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Guy Benson On ‘Jeopardy’ Contestant Accused Of White Supremacist Hand Signal

On Today’s Guy Benson Show, Guy gave a sharp monologue on a Jeopardy contestant who was accused of using White Supremacist Hand Signals. “Time for an edition of Woke Tales, and this story is so stupid and yet so illustrative. There is a contestant on Jeopardy who was recently on the show. You may have heard about this, got into hot water with some of the viewers of the show and former contestants on the show because of a hand gesture that he made. His name is Kelly Donahue, and he was appearing on the show for the fourth time because he had won three episodes. And while he was being introduced on this fourth show where he was defeated, the voice over guy introducing him said that he was a three time champion for three days running and he held up three fingers. His last three fingers and then his thumb and index finger kind of made a little bit of a circle like the OK sign, but he was indicating three. I’ve won three in a row. And he done it with one, he’d done it with two, and now he’s got three wins and he just put up those three fingers. And because there are deranged people out there, they decided that was a white supremacy symbol. Apparently, this is a thing with a small number of white supremacists has something to do with three percent, I don’t even understand the background to it whatsoever, but people use the OK sign for all sorts of different reasons.”
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Guy Benson: Yes, Young People Should Still Get Vaccinated

On Fox News Radio’s Guy Benson Show, Guy gave a passionate monologue on the importance of getting vaccinated for COVID-19 even if your on the younger side. “So young people highly, highly, highly, highly unlikely to die from covid. Absolutely true. And we have new therapeutics now. We know more about the disease. That’s all good news. So on the risk calculation scales. I understand the point that Rogan is making, and I’m not freaking out about it like some people are. However, I actually disagree with his conclusion. There’s no evidence whatsoever. That young people or anyone will die. From getting the vaccine, whereas there is a very small chance that people will die, including young people, from not getting the vaccine if they get covid. Right. So the risk of death involving covid is significantly higher, even though we’re talking about a tiny number overall, it is still significantly higher for people dying from covid than from getting vaccinated. Because there’s no evidence that people die from getting vaccinated whatsoever at any age range or any age group.”