Fox's Kooiman: Eric Holder Should Have Used His Speech To Tell Black Men To Be Fathers "And Not Be Baby Daddys"

Fox Attacks Attorney General Holder For Remarks About Civil Rights

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From the May 18 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends Sunday:

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ANNA KOOIMAN: So Condoleezza Rice speaking in a very uplifting fashion there. If Eric Holder didn't want to do that why didn't he have some sort of call to action or something instead? Rather than hammering down on zero tolerance policies and calling those racist. Why didn't he have a call of action for African-American fathers to actually be fathers and not be baby daddys and -- and --take care of their kids and teach them to be stewards in the community? Why didn't he talk about something like that instead?

Previously:

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Tucker Carlson, Clayton Morris, Anna Kooiman
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FOX & Friends Sunday
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