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Dr. Phil Blasts ‘The View’ Co-Hosts Over Impact Of COVID Lockdowns On Kids: ‘They Were The Less Vulnerable’



This week, Dr. Phil McGraw strongly criticized the liberal co-hosts of ABC’s “The View” during a heated conversation regarding the effects of COVID lockdowns on schoolchildren. 

“Who does that?” McGraw asked. “Who takes away the support system for these children? Who takes it away and shuts it down?”

McGraw pointed out that the decline in children’s mental health primarily started in 2008 with the rise of smartphones and social media.

“In, like, ’08, ’09, smartphones came on, and kids started, they stopped living their lives and starting 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 ever been kept, and it’s just continued on and on and on,” McGraw outlined.  

“And then COVID hits 10 years later,” he continued, “and the same agencies that knew that, are the agencies that shut down the schools for two years.”

The show’s co-hosts snapped back at McGraw’s statements. Then Ana Navarro asked McGraw: “Are you saying no school children died of COVID?”

“I’m saying it was the safest group,” McGraw responded. “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.”


This is not the first time McGraw has been vocal on hot button cultural issues in recent months. 

For instance, during an interview with Joe Rogan, the author and TV psychologist called out gender affirming care and the looming long term impacts pushing transgenderism on children will have.

He also criticized the now common practice of giving children “hormonal therapy.”

In another example, the former daytime talk show host visited the Southern Border earlier this month where he admitted the different treatment of migrants shocked him.

It’s “incredibly narcissistic” to think these people are coming across our southern border “just because they’re in the neighborhood,” McGraw said. “They’re coming in here with an agenda.”

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