2020 presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris’ proposal to “align the college day with the workday” is no longer “wholesome” and “absolutely no longer pro-family,” Fox Files contributor and mother of 9 Rachel Campos-Duffy said Saturday.
The Family Guests Schools Act would offer 5-Twelve months, $5 million grants for colleges to “make excessive-quality, culturally related, linguistically accessible, developmentally appropriate academic, athletic or enrichment alternatives for faculty students.”
“My mother raised my sister and me whereas working demanding, lengthy hours,” said Harris. “So, I know firsthand that, for many working fogeys, juggling between college schedules and work schedules is a total explanation for stress and financial hardship. … My bill presents an modern solution that can back reduce the burden of childcare on working families.”
“It is time we modernize the college schedule to larger meet the wants of our students and their families,” she said.
She additionally tweeted that “Justice for faculty students and working families is ‘on the ballot.'”
Appearing on “Fox and Guests: Weekend” with hosts Ed Henry, Pete Hegseth, and Jedidiah Bila, Campos-Duffy argues that Harris’ legislation has been “put together by any individual who didn’t test with fogeys.”
She said that what fogeys desire is no longer to prolong the workday or “institutionalize” their kids however “what they desire is alternate solutions on presumably how quit we make the workday shorter or more versatile?”
“And, there are solutions to that. But, this would not handle it. It upright retains kids in college potential too lengthy and I don’t mediate it be wholesome,” she urged the “Guests: Weekend” hosts.
“Or no longer it is pro-government. Or no longer it is pro-union. No shock they’re backing this policy. Or no longer it is no longer pro-child, and it be absolutely no longer pro-family,” she said.
Henry replied that he had reached out to his excessive college-age daughter for observation however believes she’ll be by distinction proposal.
Fox Files’ Sam Dorman contributed to this file.