San Francisco city officials behaved exactly as you’d expect from liberals confronted by Fox News reporters over the death of Kate Steinle.
Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly showed a clip Tuesday of three city supervisors being confronted by the network’s reporters and only one was willing to talk. The others did their best to dodge the questions about the woman who was shot to death by an illegal alien walking free despite a criminal record and five previous deportations.
Supervisor Jane Kim said the issue was gun control and keeping guns out of the hands of the wrong people, but Supervisors Katy Tang and Scott Wiener were more concerned about who was asking the questions than the questions themselves.
“Of course, Fox News would be this rude,” Tang said while walking away and avoiding further questions. “You’re interviewing the wrong f——-g person.”
Wiener was just as rude and condescending.
“Fox News is not real news, and you’re not a reporter,” Wiener said before closing the door of his city office. “I talk to real news only.”
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