Fox News Host Martha MacCallum’s intensely pessimistic take on Thursday as Republicans in Congress questioned how much to spend on what could be a historic contribution to the social security net.
It was Larry Kudlow, the ex-Trump economic consultant, who initially brought up the notion that free lunches could get votes in elections as something that might have been true during the worst of the pandemic. However, it is not true any longer.
Fox News host was the one who decided to take this expression literally. She said that one of the issues that kill me is that there is a free lunch program in New Jersey for every person though you do not want help to send your little one’s lunch to school. Thus, those children will grow up thinking that school lunch is free.
Media Matters’ Lis Power also posted on Twitter: Her sympathy is to the person who’ll try to stop feeding the children. Classic.
Larry Kudlow’s Statement
Larry passionately agreed, wailing that taxes would need to be raised to pay for new social plans, without stating that those taxes would typically fall on the richest Americans.
The people with common sense know that is wrong, Kudlow said. The people do not need big government socialism; they do not need a welfare state we are reliant on.
About Fox News host
Martha MacCallum is the host of The Story with MacCallum. She joined Fox in the year 2004 and had taken interviews of many famous personalities, counting ex-president Barack Obama, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, General David Petraeus, and many others.
From 1991 to 1996, the Fox News host was at Wall Street Journal Television. There she served as a business news writer and anchor for World Market Outlook, Business USA, and The Wall Street Journal Report. Martha moved to WBIS-TV in 1996 as a reporter and anchor.
She then worked as a reporter and anchor for NBC/CNBC. Moreover, she appeared on “Checkpoint”, an evening show that scrutinized homeland safety and the War on Terror. Martha made the series “Inside the Business, for Business Center.
In 2004, Martha joined Fox News, and from 2006 to 2010, she hosted The Live Desk. She also hosted America’s Newsroom from 2010 to 2017. A new show, The First 100 Days on Fox News, was also hosted by her. It was first shown on 9th January 2017.
This was made as a substitute for Tucker Carlson Tonight while that program shifted to the time slot previously occupied by the Kelly File after the departure of Megyn Kelly. The show was rebranded as “The Story with Martha MacCallum ” on 28th April 2017.
In 2020, upstart Newsmax rushed when Fox News and Martha rushed in the ratings. On 11th January, Martha was downgraded, while “The Story” was shifted from the prime 7 PM ET time slot to the 3 PM ET time slot.
Following a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, Martha said in the beginning that this is a big triumph for these protestors. They have upset the system in a great way. Afterward, during the coverage of the insurgency, she called the events unsettling and said that control needs to be sustained.
Martha has won the Gracie Award for Women in Journalism twice. In addition, she has got the Soldiersocks Commitment To Serve award. A lot of individuals have been critical of her using the term “China Virus” for coronavirus, irrespective of the fact that the virus has its roots in China.
Apart from her work and achievements, she has written a book named Unknown Valor: A Story of Family, Courage, and Sacrifice from Pearl Harbor to Iwo Jima.