She was just giving a direct answer to a direct question.
After making an appearance on “Fox & Friends Weekend” Sunday, pro-law enforcement author Heather MacDonald was invited back for a repeat performance Monday.
But after dropping an on-air f-bomb in her very first sentence, the chances for a callback appear slim.
WARNING for strong language
Fox News video clip
When “The War on Cops” author was invited to speak last week at Claremont McKenna College in Oakland, California, she never even made it into the lecture hall. She was barred from entering the building by students who didn’t like the message she was prepared to deliver.
Before introducing her, “Fox & Friends” co-host Ainsley Earhardt played a short clip of the student protest, during which they chanted, “F**k the police; from Oakland to Greece.”
Although Fox News Channel bleeped out the expletive, when Earhardt asked MacDonald what the students said, the author didn’t hold back.
And it didn’t take long for the gaffe to make it on social media.
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— Kent Graham (@TheKentGraham) April 10, 2017
@TheKentGraham dude lol it was hilarious watching it live
— Joe (@ABCDEFGHIJoe) April 10, 2017
@ABCDEFGHIJoe Good for her she just answered the question I hear that all the time when MSNBC covers their peaceful protests
— AMERICON PATRIOT (@realcon17) April 10, 2017
Here’s MacDonald’s weekend Fox News appearance, which went off with nary a hitch. But then again, she was never asked the question in that segment that led to her totally honest f-bomb.
And she looks so prim and proper.
Clip via Fox News Channel
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