Fox News Hosts Praise Firing Squads: Now You Can 'Shoot 'em, Stick Them Or Fry Them'
Fox News characters Pete Hegseth and Will Cain got all energized Wednesday about the South Carolina House of Representatives supporting a bill that would add the terminating squad as a technique for executing individuals waiting for capital punishment.
On Wednesday's transmission of "Early evening," Cain proposed that the technique was "more fair" than the utilization of deadly infusion medications, and host Hegseth concurred.
Hegseth started off the conversation with an insensitive remark about how there are currently three different ways to kick the bucket in the state on the off chance that you are waiting for capital punishment.
"Shoot them, stick them or fry them," he said, alluding to some degree to the hot seat, which is additionally utilized as a technique for execution in South Carolina.
Cain said Hegseth's synopsis was "horrendous," prior to proceeding to share his musings on the bill.
"Not exclusively do I not have an issue with" terminating crews," the "Fox and Friends Weekend" co-have said, however "it very well may be a more best methods for execution."
"Terminating crews are in any event more fair about the thing you're doing," he proceeded. "I think now and then when we do deadly infusion or whatever, we're attempting to ease us as a general public."
"Rest," Hegseth contributed.
"We're attempting to facilitate our own agony that we are doing this to somebody that we chose merits it. Firing crews are simply genuine," Cain added.
"They are," Hegseth concurred.
Watch the video here: