Fox Host Says He Hasn’t Washed His Hands In 10 Years Because ‘Germs Are Not A Real Thing’

Pete Hegseth, a Fox News contributor, was sitting around chewing the fat on Fox & Friends recently when he made a startling and stomach-churning admission, saying:

“I don’t think I’ve washed my hands for 10 years. I don’ really wash my hands ever. I inoculate myself. Germs are not a real thing. I can’t see them, therefore they’re not real.”

The nausea-inducing announcement was reported by RawStory. 


Hegseth made his queasy proclamation during a chit-chat segment in which he was teased for eating day old pizza. His defense was essentially that he’s a filthy garbage monster who doesn’t clean his body and is therefore immune to germs, but also that germs…aren’t real.

It was a highly contradictory health philosophy and pretty much what you’d expect from someone who enjoys handheld foods like pizza but doesn’t wash his hands after wiping his ass.

People were equally shocked by Hegseth’s hygiene and his logic skills.

As one observer pointed out, Hegseth also inadvertently argued that God doesn’t exist.


Wash your hands people.