Fox News host reads critical texts from his liberal mother (VIDEO)

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Fox News host Jesse Watters conducts a show segment he calls “Mom Texts,” in which he reads the actual text messages he receives from his mother, who he describes as a liberal Democrat. On Wednesday during “The Five,” which Watters co-hosts, he read the most recent group of texts from his mother.

According to Watters, his mother, Ann Watters, wrote, “When you are good you are so very very good and when there is a performance like last night’s I become so distraught that you have moved ever closer to that imaginary line that cannot be crossed.”

Another message read: “Enough. Think about how to make the world a better place.”

In a text which praises Fox News host Juan Williams, who is critical of President Donald J. Trump, Watters’ mother compares him with Williams, writing, ““All I can say is thank God for Juan Williams. Really Jesse.”

She was also critical of a video he aired which showed a person in a Santa costume skydiving, hitting a tree and falling.

“Please apologize to your colleagues, and I mean with genuine remorse, for the horrific judgement you showed in airing your Santa video. Be a great deal more careful, Jesse. Everyone is replaceable, except Santa.”

In a final slam, Watters’ mother informed him via text, ““Please don’t become a talking head that is predictable and thin-your colleagues roll their eyes and grown [sic] aloud with their pre-game knowledge of what your position and point is going to be.”

Watch the video of Watters reading the texts, while his mother is in-studio, below.

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