Fox and Friends anchor Brian Kilmeade yesterday lamented the ethnic mixing that has diluted "pure" Americans, Gawker points out. He made his comments as he criticized a study concluding that married people stave off dementia better than singles. Kilmeade insisted the results were skewed because the Scandinavian study used local populations who tend to stay "pure" by marrying other Scandinavians, unlike Americans who marry other "ethnics" and "species." Co-host Gretchen Carlson asked him if he was suffering from dementia.
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