Reminiscent of Trump's infamous remark that undocumented Mexicans coming into the United States were rapists and criminals, conservative writer Star Parker told hosts on Fox and Friends that people needing government assistance are watching porn.
“These guys are not working, they’re watching. They’re watching porn, they’re watching TV, they’re watching women, they’re watching everything.”
And it's because these people are "watchers," as she refers to them, that she agrees with Trump's plan on stricter "SNAP" rules, which would make it more difficult for struggling Americans to receive food stamps.
Fox host Ainsley Earhardt understands completely. “It’s not to hurt them. It’s to actually make them self-sufficient, so they can contribute to society and actually help themselves,” she says, as if talking about a child or dog that needs training. “As we make benefits available to those who truly need them, we must also encourage participants to take proactive steps toward self-sufficiency. Moving people to work is common-sense policy, particularly at a time when the unemployment rate is at a generational low.” Read the rest