Why won't young Americans practice 'social distancing'? This is Cabot Phillips' theory
- Campus Reform Editor-in-Chief Cabot Phillips said the issue behind Millennials and Generation Z not "social distancing" is a "boy who cried wolf" situation.
- Phillips said young Americans have been told everything is an emergency so much that now that there is an emergency, they don't see it any differently.
As the coronavirus death toll in the U.S. rises particularly among older Americans even as authorities urge everyone to stay home, an alarming number of young Americans continue to travel and swarm the beaches of Florida for spring break, seemingly unfazed by the global pandemic.
Campus Reform Editor in Chief joined Fox Business host Stuart Varney on Wednesday to discuss why he thinks that is the case.