‘Oh God, it’s mom’ Political pundits get surprise caller on national television

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Your mom is still your mom, no matter how old you are, and this situation is proof.

Political pundits Brad and Dallas Woodhouse appeared on the Washington Journal and took calls from viewers.

The two brothers got an unexpected phone call while arguing their beliefs on C-SPAN.

A woman named Joy called in from Raleigh, North Carolina.

“Hey, someone from down south,” Dallas Woodhouse said.

“You’re right I’m from down south,” the caller said.

The Woodhouse brothers immediately knew who was on the other end of the line.

“Oh God, it’s mom,” Dallas said.

Joy Woodhouse scolded her sons on national television and told them they better have their disagreements worked out before coming home for Christmas.

The brothers were on C-SPAN to talk about their documentary, Woodhouse Divided.

They also talked about bipartisanship and the political divide in the U.S. and in family politics.

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