It turns out that the B team for the Fox and Friends morning show may actually be dumber than the A team. I know, it’s hard to believe that they could possibly find a more stupid team than Steve Doocy, Elizabeth Hasselbeck and Brian Kilmeade, but Anna Kooiman is making a grab for the brass ring.
During breaking coverage of missing Flight QZ8501, Kooiman asked former FAA spokesperson Scott Brenner if the “real reason” the plane had disappeared was because of the “different way other countries train their pilots.”“Even when we think about temperature, it’s Fahrenheit or Celsius,” she pointed out. “It’s kilometers or miles. You know, everything about their training could be similar, but different.”
Brenner, however, said that the major difference between international pilots and U.S. pilots was the reliance on automatic pilot.
“And a lot of that… is because a lot of crashes are due to pilot error,” he explained. “So, if you try and eliminate any potential risk, you try and eliminate the pilot’s ability to make incorrect inputs into the aircraft.”
“It’s not just a difference in the way that we measure things?” Kooiman replied. “Is it not as safe in that part of the world? Because our viewers may be thinking, ‘International travel, is it safe? Is it not safe?’”
*headpalmfacedesk* Could we get an IQ test for these people, please?