Fox News contributor Sean Duffy uncovered the true motive behind the federal government's green energy agenda Friday on "The Ingraham Angle." DUFFY: You can elect Donald Trump. You can elect George Bush, you can elect Jason Chaffetz. But unless you get rid of the federal unions - the deep state at the EPA - you can never change policy. Donald Trump couldn't get rid of the radicals in the EPA. So if any Republican is again elected a president, do what Scott Walker did in Wisconsin, eradicate the union, fire all these 40 year employees at the EPA, bring in fresh blood and you won't have these problems. But as long as you keep these radicals employed, you can never change course. Listen, they'll take out existing nuclear plants, the coal plants, gas plants. They'll take out wells. They want to get rid of everything so we're all reliant on the federal government. We can't afford food, gas, oil. And so woe to the government to actually subsidize these costs for us, which means we're not independent, we're not free. We rely on them.
Former congressman and Fox News contributor Sean Duffy said during "The Big Sunday Show" that the White House has been lying to the American people for over a year. "This White House for a year and a half has been lying to us and if they're not going to let us talk to the physician and here directly from the physician, my antennas go up. Are they lying to us about how sick he is?" Duffy asked.
Sean Duffy discussed how "in Biden's America" people are getting poorer and growing more desperate by the day as the administration's policies tank the economy on "The Ingraham Angle." SEAN DUFFY: This is Biden's America. People are getting poorer and growing more desperate by the day. This one headline from...
Fox News' Sean Duffy called out people who are ashamed of the United States and explained why Americans have a lot to be proud of on "Jesse Watters Primetime." SEAN DUFFY: When it comes down to it, we need to be proud of who we are. Don't let anyone tell you or your kids that we should be ashamed of this country, because there's so much to be proud of. Since 1776, the United States has only grown stronger and stronger and stronger. We're the most innovative and creative country in the world.
Fox News contributor Sean Duffy questioned whether Democrats' weak approach to the border is an issue of politics and trying to gain support. He contrasted on "Outnumbered" Tuesday that the Hispanic community has a low approval of President Biden and that their priorities are not at the border. SEAN DUFFY:...
Fox News contributor Sean Duffy called out the Biden administration and Department of Homeland Security on "Fox & Friends First" Wednesday for their plan to punish border agents who were falsely accused of "whipping" Haitian migrants last year. SEAN DUFFY: They're targeting the Border Patrol, which is the consequence of...
Fox News contributor Sean Duffy and PragerU personality Amala Ekpunobi dissected Democratic policies on education and more Friday on "The Ingraham Angle." EKPUNOBI: [Democrats] always like to use these minority communities and low-income communities as an example for all of the policies that they're creating and the progress that we're making. But when we look to these communities, nothing is being done. And what I want to bring into question is what type of education are these kids getting once they go back into school? Because from what I'm seeing out of these curriculums, it's critical race theory and gender theory, and they're creating yet another problem. And when these young kids go to school and they grow to be depressed and anxiety-ridden, they're going to blame us for that issue, for not accepting the curriculum that they're trying to push on them. And then ask us to expand things like mental health care for these children. What are they going back to? Is this going to be any better than what we've seen? And what COVID created was an ideal situation for parents to see what kids are being taught. And I would love to see that fixed alongside these kids getting back into school and getting a proper education.
Sean Duffy criticized Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md. Friday on "The Ingraham Angle" for Raskin's comments likening conservatives to cut members who need deprogrammed. SEAN DUFFY: Isn't [Democrats] the party that wants to talk about sex and transgenderism with five, six, seven-year-old kids in school? And they're saying Republicans are part of a cult. Or these are the ones that are calling parents who are protesting CRT at school boards, are calling them domestic terrorists, and Republicans are in a cult? I mean, this is the insanity. And I think what happens here, Jason, and you as a chairman, we're both in Congress, you see the press, what they do. They swarm around you. They'll ask you hard questions, mean questions. They try to do gotcha questions with Republicans.
Fox News contributor and former congressman Sean Duffy joined "Fox & Friends First" Wednesday to discuss the recent trip former President Obama made to help Democrats facing falling poll numbers ahead of the upcoming midterm election. Obama said Democrats need to "tell their story" ahead of the midterm elections. SEAN...
Duffy, a senior from Ambler, Pa., helped Hampden-Sydney start off the 2022 season with a 19-11 victory over Southern Virginia University. He registered a career-high eight points powered by a personal-best seven goals along with an assist. Three of his goals and his assist came in the first quarter with the Tigers' building a 7-3 lead after the opening 15 minutes. Duffy, who scored one man-up goal, added a ground ball to his stat line. Ten of his 15 shots were on target (66.7%).
Many of us in the world of health IT saw how the future of healthcare was going to be virtual. The challenge I always had was seeing how we’d actually get there. The financial incentives weren’t in place and still today many of the approaches to virtual don’t actually benefit the doctor who provides the care. That’s a big problem. Of course, COVID blew all this up and opened everyone’s eyes to what could be done virtually.
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Former Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy discussed the possible reasons behind the increasing House Democratic retirements ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. On "Fox & Friends First" Wednesday, Duffy said Democrats are expecting to lose the majority in the House and are making career changes before they lose their races in November.