Bill O’Reilly dissected the Dateline NBC series “My Kid Would Never Do That” on his show last night. The series, reported by the “Today” show’s Natalie Morales, uses undercover cameras to do determine how kids behave in certain situations. O’Reilly, in a culture warrior segment, looked a segment about cheating. “I thought it was unfair. I have to say,” said O’Reilly, a former teacher. “You don’t put children into that kind of a bait and switch situation.” Not surprisingly, his guests, Jeanine Pirro and Gretchen Carlson agreed.
When the series began last month, Morales told TVNewser, “Of all the things I’ve worked on, I’m so passionate about this because I am a parent and a journalist. It’s so important to our country and to raising our kids with healthy attitudes and great confidence.”
See what you think. The next installment of “My Kid Would Never Do That” airs Sunday night at 7pmET/6pmCT with the topic of discrimination.
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