Watch: Dr. Phil Schools “The View” Ladies on Realities of COVID - Leaves Them Stunned

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  • Source: ZeroHedge
  • 02/29/2024
If there's anyone who could school the ladies of "The View" on the harsh  realities of COVID, it's none other than Dr. Phil.

During his recent stint on the show, Dr. Phil wasted no time diving into the  detrimental impact smartphones and social media are having on today's youth. The ladies of "The View" were quick to nod in agreement, but when he smoothly transitioned into discussing the negative effects of COVID lockdowns on  young children, the hosts weren't having it. Yet, Dr. Phil remained undeterred, pressing on with his argument, leaving the ladies visibly stunned.

In the end, Phil didn't quite manage to sway "The View" hosts, but he sure won over the audience. Their applause forced Whoopi Goldberg to call for a commercial break.

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From ZeroHedge:

“Kids stopped living their lives and started watching people live their lives and so we saw the biggest spike and the highest levels of depression, anxiety, loneliness and suicidality since records have been kept and it’s just continues on and on and on,” said Phil McGraw.

That narrative was palatable to the hosts, but when McGraw used the same logic to slam COVID lockdowns, the hosts bristled.

“Then COVID hits ten years later and the same agencies that knew that are the agencies that shut down the schools for two years – who does that? Who takes away the support system for these children?”

Dr. Phil also pointed out that COVID lockdowns prevented interventions for children who were being violently and sexually abused.

Whoopi Goldberg then shot back claiming “they were trying to save kids’ lives,” to which McGraw responded by pointing out that school children were almost completely unaffected by COVID.

Goldberg then tried to argue that this was thanks to the lockdown, before another host confronted Dr. Phil by saying, “Are you saying no school children died of COVID?”

“I’m saying it was the safest group, they were the less vulnerable group and they suffered and will suffer more from the mismanagement of COVID than they will from the exposure to COVID and that’s not an opinion, that’s a fact,” said McGraw.

The audience then started applauding, something which triggered Goldberg to immediately scramble to go to break.

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