Fox's Pete Hegseth says he hasn't washed his hands in 10 years

Fox's Pete Hegseth says he hasn't washed his hands in 10 years

Fox's Pete Hegseth says he hasn't washed his hands in 10 years

That is when he admitted, "I don't think I've washed my hands for 10 years".

His co-hosts began to laugh uproariously, and, belatedly, someone off-camera emitted a loud, low groan.

Revolting: 'My 2019 resolution is to say things on air that I say off air. But Hegseth wasn't done. "I inoculate myself." His co-anchors seemed shocked and one even asked for help.

His theory that "I can't see them, therefore they're not real" may not go down too well with some of his more religious followers.

A Fox News host has said he hasn't washed his hands in 10 years because "germs are not a real thing".

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Bila added that Hegseth was developing an immunity to bacteria, rolling her eyes as he remarked, "Exactly!"

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There were some on Twitter who found this full-throated denial of the benefits of hand-washing a little... concerning.

On Twitter on Monday, Hegseth gave mixed messages. Our bodies need some germs to learn how to fight them.

Hegseth retweeted the proclamation and punctuated it with a tagline: #DontWash.

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"If you look at Ed and Jedediah's reaction, they are laughing like we are (on) every show".

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides an extensive list of situations where you should wash your hands on its website, and it includes the vast majority of human day-to-day activities. He claimed he had been joking and paraphrased the president in blaming the media for being so "self-righteous and angry". Loosen up and have some fun.

He also implied he was just goofing around when MSNBC correspondent Chris Hayes tweeted, "he's.... pretty clearly joking?"

Come on people, you really need to be washing your hands.

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