Brian Kilmeade joined Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney this morning and their discussion focused on the Olympics. Specifically, the dynamic duo talked up 17-year-old American Chloe Kim‘s gold medal in snowboarding — which she won on Monday. It wasn’t long before the pair dispensed with the congratulations and launched into a sermon about the proper way to immigrate to America. “[Kim’s] parents leave South Korea in 1982 for a better life in America and they said when she won her gold, her dad says ‘that is my American dream,'” Kilmeade said. “Immigrating to the US the traditional way. You sign up. You apply. You go ahead and you serve and the next thing you know you are an American citizen and your daughter, in this case, wins a gold medal.” Varney took a moment to complain about all of those pesky immigrants who hate America, despite having Continue reading "Brian Kilmeade Turns Segment on Olympic Star Chloe Kim Into Sermon on Immigrating ‘Traditional Way’"
Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney took a shot at Republicans Monday morning, for their abandonment of “financial restraints” — asking “what on earth” is going on with the party. While the GOP often pushes the idea that they are the side of financial conservatism and limited government spending, their latest budget proposal gives off an entirely different message. Rather than focusing on that message of frugality, President Donald Trump and Republicans are spending trillions more dollars with no hope of cutting the national deficit over the next decade. Varney responded to the proposal by saying: “It seems like the idea of restraint on the part of policy makers — whether it’s the president, the Republicans, or the Democrats — it has gone out the window. Everybody wants to spend now.” The host then brought on GOP Congresswoman Claudia Tenney of New York, asking her “what on earth the Continue reading "Stuart Varney Hits GOP Over Inflated Budget: ‘What on Earth’ Are They Thinking?"
Manly man Pete Hegseth, appearing on Fox Business Network Friday morning, had manly words for “boy band” singer Justin Timberlake over the Super Bowl performer’s recent remarks that he will never let his son play football. Hegseth, who appeared on Stuart Varney’s show from a diner in Minneapolis with a pigskin in hand, dismissed Timberlake’s concerns for the health and safety of his offspring as a sign of our emasculated times. “This guy was in a boy band, I think his son will be much more qualified to be in a boy band,” Hegseth quipped. “It’s a lot safer on stage than it is on a football field, right?” (Tell that to XXXTentacion…) The Fox & Friends weekend host continued that Timberlake’s comments are all part of the great war between the “elites” and the common man: “Come on, this indicative of the way the elites Continue reading "Pete Hegseth Scolds Justin Timberlake For Not Letting Son Play Football: ‘This Guy Was in a Boy Band’"
Stuart Varney was…um…less than pleased, shall we say, that the Guggenheim museum rejected President Donald Trump‘s request to borrow a Vincent Van Gogh masterpiece to decorate the White House and instead offered him a — wait for it — golden toilet. Yes, the Guggenheim actually offered to loan the president a used yet fully functional golden toilet. The news has undoubtedly led to plenty of giggles in many places, but not at Varney & Co. No sir. Calling it a “story of extreme disrespect,” a humorless Varney unleashed some serious venom. “It’s a direct insult to the president and the first lady. It was a deliberate insult,” the Fox Business host fumed. “It’s not just a slap in the face for Trump, but it’s a slap in the face for the presidency and the country.” Varney proceeded to call for the resignation of Guggenheim curator Nancy Spector, Continue reading "Stuart Varney is Absolutely Outraged That The Guggenheim Offered Trump a Golden Toilet"
Prior to President Donald Trump’s “shithole” comments sucking up all the oxygen of the last the news cycle, Fox News was all over House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s ill-advised “five white guys” quip. In case you missed it, Pelosi took a shot at the Capitol Hill group working on immigration, stating it was comprised of only white men while comparing it to the burger chain Five Guys. This morning on Fox Business Network, Stuart Varney brought up Pelosi’s comments again in an effort to equate it to the president’s remarks and highlight racism from Democrats. Appearing on Varney’s show, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee used Pelosi’s bad joke to make an even worse one of his own. “I put it to you, governor, had she been a Republican, she would be branded a racist and would be out real fast,” Varney declared. “But not if you’re a Democrat.” Huckabee Continue reading "Huckabee Mocks Pelosi: ‘Nancy Schmancy’ Is So Fancy She Puts Caviar On Her Five Guys Burger"
Stuart Varney isn’t convinced that restaurant workers making a $15 minimum wage deserve the standard 15-20 percent tip for their services, as the Fox Business host announced on his show today that he might think twice before shelling out the cash at the end of his meals. While discussing new minimum wage laws, Varney accused the policies of strangling the economy and proposed taking the conservative fiscal fight right to the laborers. “If I walk into a restaurant and I know the waiter or waitress is making $15 an hour, way more than they used to make the previous year, I am going to say, ‘wait a minute am I going to give you 20%, 15% or whatever?'” questioned Varney, whose punditry on Fox Business Network has made him a multi-millionaire. His guest wasn’t quite on board with this, as Apple Metro CEO Zane Tankel said he hasn’t seen any data suggesting Continue reading "Fox Business Host Stuart Varney Suggests He’ll Now Tip Less Because of $15 Minimum Wage"
It’s been a busy morning on Fox Business Network, with host Stuart Varney lauding President Donald Trump for his handling of immigration, de-regulation, and of course, the economy as a whole. During the 10:00 a.m. ET hour, Varney invited Trump surrogate Steve Cortes on to discuss whether Oprah Winfrey would prove to be a challenge for the incumbent president in 2020, should she run. Cortes said it would ultimately depend on Winfrey’s stance on the issues — with Varney pointing out earlier in the hour that each of Trump’s policy positions were carefully laid out at the beginning of his candidacy, something the talk show host would need to replicate. “I don’t know what Oprah believes,” Cortes said. “I do know this, that she lives in a world of absolute media adoration and I think that would change very quickly after getting in the business of politics.” Continue reading "Forget Oprah! Trump Surrogate Says POTUS Could Beat ‘Jesus and the Virgin Mary’ in 2020"