Watch: Far-Left TV Host Gets DESTROYED By Dr. Phil

On Monday, Dr. Phil McGraw informed the hosts of “The View” about the negative effects that COVID lockdowns have on adolescents and school-age children.

Dr. Phil linked the rise of smartphones to high rates of “depression, anxiety, loneliness, and suicidality” among kids and teens because they “stopped living their lives and started watching people live their lives,” he said during a discussion of his upcoming book.

Dr. Phil clarified that COVID lockdowns made those issues worse, pointing out that the “same agencies” who “shut down the schools for two years” are also the federal entities that monitor these issues among young Americans.

“Who is that person? Who strips these kids of their support network? He questioned, “Who takes it away and shuts it down?” “In addition, upon shutting it down, they prevented the required reporters from witnessing instances of child abuse and sexual molestation; instead, they sent the children home, leaving them vulnerable to their abusers without any means of monitoring them. As a result, referrals decreased by 50% to 60%.”

The first co-host to weigh in and defend the lockdowns was Sunny Hostin. Whoopi Goldberg followed her right away.

Hostin said to Dr. Phil, “There was also a pandemic going on, and they were attempting to preserve their lives.”

Goldberg backed them, saying, “They were attempting to save kids’ lives.”

“Not students,” Dr. Phil retorted.

Then Ana Navarro took a swing at Dr. Phil, posing a query that made him give her a reality check.

“Are you claiming that COVID didn’t cause any school deaths?” Navarro inquired.

It was, in my opinion, the safest bunch. They were the group that was less vulnerable,” Dr. Phil answered. “And they suffered—and will continue to suffer—more from the improper handling of COVID than from the virus itself. And that’s a fact, not just an opinion.”

When Dr. Phil responded, the audience erupted in applause.

Dr. Phil is right.

The age group least likely to die from COVID-19 was young people, particularly teens and children.

However, this did not deter bureaucrats and politicians from closing schools. Nowadays, almost everyone acknowledges that the lockout policies are to blame for the generalized learning loss, for which the “experts” are still unable to provide a remedy.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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