‘Gutfeld!’ talks how lockdowns set children again in colleges

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Greg Gutfeld and visitors talk about how COVID lockdowns negatively impacted kids’s training ranges on “Gutfeld!’

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30 thoughts on “‘Gutfeld!’ talks how lockdowns set children again in colleges

  1. Tyrus… you are the man. I wish more people would heed your words— too bad they’re too busy f$&king with the internet, Facebook, twitter, etc. Look outside and see how many teenagers are out playing sports or just plain outside now a days… not too many, huh.

  2. My kids were cyberschooled. Covid never affected their education. And they had live classes, online, not thru Zoom. Paying attention has to do with rules in classroom, you walk away and teacher calls on you and you don't respond. Teacher will try again in a few then you are marked absent. They don't play. And it also has to do with building integrity and sense of responsibility. Not getting the most out of your education doesn't hurt anyone but you, in the end. Not your parents or teachers or the geek you think you don't want to be. Only you. My kids graduated 2020 and 2022 and are in STEM programs in great colleges.

  3. This little street scampi trying to disarm people with language…LOL.. Hey lil fella, Same agenda was activated when Ronald Regan had those CUT-BACKS in education… Hence the 80tribes.. You still ranked 30th in the world , never has changed.. No wonder these lemmings are so gullible, ready to make that leap over that bliss-cliff.. the US about to implode., folks.. Train is running on time… sleep…… the perfect world awaits you..

  4. I appreciate what Tyrus is saying but shouldn't be like it is right now. If your kid is actually learning the material at school, they should be able to do most of the homework by themselves.

    When I help my kid with her homework, it's EVERY single problem. I don't mind helping but how do you go to school for 8 hours a day and come home with no idea how to do any of the work you apparently spent all day being taught by professionals?

    Helping your kid with their homework illuminates how poorly the schools are doing.

    It shouldn't ONLY be the gifted students who can get through the year by their own ability. Most kids should be able to do their homework without needing their parents there the entire time. We have jobs and responsibilities, too.

  5. I know of parents that have pushed their "Babysitter," AKA the iPad, on their kids to cope with being a parent. This woman is the reproductive unit that berthed these children, but she's certainly no parent.

  6. Tyrus is so right! My kids are homeschooled and don't have cell phones. But my daughter made friends with another 10 year old next door and she does have a cell phone. When they stopped playing I asked why and she said, "mom, all she wants to do is play on ticktok and YouTube. It's so boring!" and off she went to ride her bike.

  7. When teachers have been replaced by ex-military personelle, the kids won't have to learn about slavery or evolution or critical thinking skills – so they'll be able to focus on learning how to submit to authority. No need, then, for other military recruitment centers. Win win.

  8. Why say China is first in education ??; if they are only testing certain skills in a person ???!!; what about the people that are like genius in a field of study that those same children they tested couldn’t even comprehend ?; sometimes the knowledge a person holds might be !; the knowledge that helps save you from destruction . !:::::( easy example !: two men are trying to put a car window back in it’s track ; but they drop a bolt down inside the door panel . They decide they have to take the panel off but are aggravated about it !!!; but then someone walks up with a magnet on a hanger to slide into the panel an retrieve the bolt !!!( all good things come to us in time !!!) 🤔💕

  9. remember who created the federal dept of education a democrat named jimmy carter and since then how much education has gone down as fast as IQ's have need proof just ask a college grad today simple history questions or just how to change a tire with out google or cook a meal from scratch with out a microwave cook number for it.

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