Fox & Friends co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy on Wednesday slammed Dr. Anthony Fauci‘s Thanksgiving steering as “dangerous” in an look on “Fox News Primetime,” accusing him of sowing familial division and battle over the vacations.

Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the Chief Medical Advisor to the President, implored folks to benefit from the Thanksgiving vacation with vaccinated members of the family in a current TV look on CNN.


“Obviously if you’re not vaccinated, you’re in a situation where you are more vulnerable to get infected,” Fauci advised the community. “In the family setting, particularly among vaccinated people, enjoy the holiday.”

Campos-Duffy criticized what she known as a “very Marxist” message.

“The second part is actually very dangerous to me,” she mentioned. “He says you need to surround yourself with vaccinated people. So that means you need to divide your family you need to separate your family….turning families against each other, [is] very Marxist.”

Campos-Duffy additionally urged families to not draw back from political conversations at Thanksgiving dinner.

“This is a time families getting together at Thanksgiving gets a bad rap because people talk about religion and politics and there’s fighting,” she mentioned,” but that’s exactly what should happen. 

“It’s there at that household desk within the security and love of household that we be taught to disagree. We be taught to be tolerant. We be taught to determine that we – our families – are extra essential than politics. If we can’t do that with our personal household as a result of… they determined to not take orders from the federal government, effectively, guess what? We are by no means going to find out how to have these essential conversations and be united with the better American household.”