The most uncomfortable Fox News interviews ever

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Bill O’Reilly was none too pleased to hear about a Colorado high school assembly that had four guest speakers talk to kids about drugs and sex. According to O’Reilly, “all the panelists were far left individuals, and they encouraged illegal drug use and indiscriminate sexual activity.” He invites two students from the school to discuss the “insane” assembly — one who was against it and one who “didn’t see anything wrong with it.”

Jesse Lange, the student who supported the assembly, calls it “really educational. They had a lot of good real-world advice. They offered up countless consequences to practicing unsafe sex, to taking drugs, and I really don’t think that, if you went to the conference and you heard the stuff, that there was that much objectionable material.”

O’Reilly disagrees. He argues that one of the guests, psychologist Joel Becker, was condoning drug use by using a joke he made about “maybe” trying ecstasy when discussing the history of psychedelics. Lange then flips the script on O’Reilly. “I think it’s ironic that you would point out condoning drug use,” the teen says. “In your own book, The O’Reilly Factor for Kids, you liken a high school student, a model student, ‘toking on Saturday nights to a brain surgeon enjoying a martini while not on call.'”

“OK,” O’Reilly says. “You took it totally out of context.”

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