Fox contributor downplays COVID-19 Thanksgiving worries: “What we do within of our residences is our company”

AINSLEY EARHARDT [CO-HOST]: Rachel, what do you think of Kate Brown? She’s the governor of Oregon. She reported contact the cops if you see individuals violating COVID restrictions. She said, “This there is no different than what transpires if there is certainly a celebration down the street and it is really preserving anyone awake. What do neighbors do? They contact law enforcement since it can be as well noisy. This is just like that. It is like a violation of of a noise ordinance.”

I comprehend, you know, that if there is a party, yeah, that is not authorized. But what if, in your circumstance, you have a household of 11 — what if the limitations are 10, and someone termed the cops for the reason that —

STEVE DOOCY [CO-HOST]: Sorry, Sean [Duffy] — beat it.

RACHEL CAMPOS-DUFFY [FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR]: Yeah, well, we are by now violating all types of — not just Thanksgiving regulations, but evidently, you know, we are environmental terrorists, far too, for obtaining this lots of youngsters. So, there is a good deal of points that the Duffy household has violated.

Look, they also switch men and women, their neighbors in, in China and in the Soviet Union. This is so un-American.  And appropriate now, just keeping your loved ones Thanksgiving traditions appears like an act of civil disobedience. I say, you know, the property is sacred. What we do inside of of our households is our enterprise. And I want the govt out of it. And believe me, big government Marxism, this is the a single area they have been making an attempt to penetrate for a prolonged time, which are American people.

I can inform you this, Brian, Ainsley, and Steve — Individuals care a lot more about their grandmothers and their mother and father extra than the governing administration. They know how to choose the suitable safeguards to treatment for grandma regardless of whether it was — I know people today who are self-quarantining forward of Thanksgiving holidays. They’re driving as an alternative of traveling. People today know how to do this, and they you should not have to have the authorities or nosy neighbors turning them in.

BRIAN KILMEADE [CO-HOST]: Effectively, meanwhile, that’s the similar condition, I think, according to reports, exactly where Portland is found — in which, “Go in advance and loot, you should not report, and let us defund the cops. But let’s contact them due to the fact the Johnsons are violating the mask coverage.” Sounds terrific.