Fox News Studio targeted by NYC abortion rights protestors; network reporter recounts assualt


(Video: Fox News)

Angry leftists took to the streets to protest the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade which was aborted a year short of its 50th anniversary thanks to the courage of the three conservative justices appointed by former President Donald J. Trump who refused to back down after weeks of intimidation.

As mobs popped up in several cities in what could be the early states of a sequel to the 2020 “summer of love” some who demonstrated in New York City targeted the studios of Fox News, the only network that isn’t a part of the Democrat party’s vast media propaganda machine and continues to be the target of hateful rhetoric that in these volatile times, could spark renewed violence at any moment.

 

Fox News correspondent Ashley Strohmier joined anchor Shannon Bream to give her account of the brief assault on the Fox News studios by unruly leftists who fortunately, due to a heavy police presence, didn’t do much damage.

“Around 10 o’clock I was sitting in the studio along 48th Street and I could hear people cursing at Fox News, and just five minutes ago, I was talking to our building security and we actually found out they graffitied a little bit on the building with some sort of pen and they also knocked down all of our metal barriers along the building and at several points, I even heard them throwing things at the studio windows that I was sitting in,” she said.

“Well they cleared out within 15 or 20 minutes of that and they headed toward Times Square as others chanted ‘my body my choice’ and ‘hands off’ but also a large police presence was seen out here in New York City tonight,” added Strohmier,” the NYPD zip-tying protesters for blocking the streets and in California, there are reports of protesters blocking I-110 and throwing sticks at cars, other cities that saw protests are Philly, Chicago, Denver, Portland and Seattle and that’s just to name a few.”

Video posted to social media showed security picking up debris from the vandals after the mob dispersed as well as obscene messages including “F**k Fox” and “Fake News” painted on the building.

Despite the emotional investment that the left has in Roe v. Wade, the weekend’s protests have been surprisingly tame compared to two years ago when cities across the nation were burned, looted and ransacked by mobs who were egged on by Democrats and the media in an ultra-violent reaction to the video showing the death of career criminal and drug addict George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.

Once again, Democrats have reacted with angry demagoguery to incite their shock troops, fomenting violence that could engulf the country at any time in an insurrection against the SCOTUS.

While similar mayhem hasn’t yet erupted, there is a very real possibility of mass violence over the upcoming Fourth of July weekend, a holiday that is hated by leftists who will have had an entire week to solidify their rioting plans and to make travel arrangements so that all of their assets are in place for what could be some serious fireworks.

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