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Clueless student activist schooled by Cavuto over ‘free college’ went to VERY expensive high school

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Keely MullenIt turns out the clueless activist, destroyed on national televisionby Fox News’ Neil Cavuto after she called for the “one percent” to pay for everyone’s tuition, would be handing them a hefty bill.

Keeley Mullen, visibly over-matched by Cavuto while complaining about the unfairness of student debt and income inequality, has had a rather privileged education herself, her Linkedin profile revealed.

Mullen attended the prestigious Francis W. Parker School in Chicago which costs a whopping annual tuition of $32,830 for grades 9 – 12, $28,500 for grades 1 – 5 and $32,250 for grades 6 through 8.

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She is currently a political science student at Northeastern University where tuition is $44,620 annually, plus $910 in fees and $14,472 room and board.

This is the same girl who told Cavuto that she comes “from an incredibly working class family” which is “on numerous forms of government assistance.”

There is, of course, the chance that all of these expenses were paid for by grants and scholarships and none of this cost her family a dime, but it’s unlikely considering her family’s home in the north side of Chicago is valued at $989,990, according to assessor records uncovered by the New Boston Post.

The Post further states that Mullen’s father, Steve Mullen, paid slightly more than $1 million for the home in 2005.

It’s also not how it sounded when she told Cavuto her family was “basically scraping by in order to get me through college.”

If one wonders where she gets her far left views from, one need look no further than her father whose biography, on the School of Art Institute of Chicago where he is a professor, describes him as “trans-feminine and ‘gender-mobile,’ prefers ‘they/them’ pronouns, and works to an advocate for the wide diversity of student identities at SAIC.”

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

Carmine Sabia


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