‘Ultimate violation’: FBN’s Charles Payne shares footage of ’emboldened’ man lurking outside home

(Video: Fox News)

In sharing some unnerving security camera footage of an “emboldened” potential intruder on the front porch of his home while he and his wife were sleeping inside the residence, Fox Business host Charles Payne described what happened as the ultimate violation of the rights of law-abiding citizens.

“This person had already gone through one of the cars in the driveway. This is my house — the front door…It’s all a violation. It’s all a violation when they touch your doorknob, and they look inside, as if they’re gonna come into your home. It’s the ultimate violation,” he told “Fox & Friends” co-host Ainsley Earhardt on Monday morning about the alleged prowler in the video clip embedded above.

Payne, who moderates “Making Money” on FBN, went on to say that his wife grew up in the South Bronx and he is from Harlem.

“We grew up among the worst kind of crime. People complain about New York. It could get a lot worse; I’ve seen it. I’ve seen murders, attempted murders, muggings, robberies. I’ve been robbed. I’ve been mugged. Someone coming into your house changes everything. If somehow we had left that door unlocked, and he would’ve opened that door, I don’t know where we would be right now, but that is the ultimate violation.”

Payne then alluded to liberal soft-on-crime policies that treat offenders as victims. “And these folks are being emboldened, emboldened by people make excuses. They blame the guns. All of these things, the excuses that are being made, that are emboldening, even encouraging criminals…we live in a society that is seducing people to commit crime. These lawmakers need to wake up…”

Referencing his constitutional rights, the Wall Street analyst vowed to use whatever weaponry, makeshift or otherwise, that he needs “to protect my family.”

On Saturday, Payne shared Ring video of a purported trespasser. “Last night this happened. Americans are not safe in the streets and lawmakers want us defenseless in our homes. If one of these m—–f—–s ever breaks into my house, I’m going to try to kill them to protect my family. We have emboldened criminals — time to emboldened (sic) citizens,” he wrote.

(*Warning for language)

Earlier in the Fox News segment, Payne blasted the big spending “nonsense” deal that former inflation hawk Joe Manchin abruptly struck with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

“It does nothing for the average American trying to put food on their table. In fact, it makes it more difficult…it does zero for the average American. It’s another multi-billion-dollar giveaway” to upscale Democrat core constituents.

“Crime in New York City is up this year in six of seven major categories…In addition to the rise in crime, inflation spiked to 9.1% in June which…has created a market for thieves to sell stolen discounted goods to cash strapped consumers,” Fox News reported.

Former cop Eric Adams won the decisive NYC Democrat mayoral primary (and then, of course, the general election in the overwhelmingly blue municipality) on a pro-business, law-and-order platform, So far, however, the night-life loving Adams seems perhaps to be more interested in pursuing a celebrity lifestyle, advocating for woke issues, or positioning himself to run for president rather than effectively stopping the ongoing rampant street violence.

As yet, Adams has also failed to convince Democrat state legislators to fix New York’s crime-inducing catch-and-release, so-called bail reform law, to which Payne might also have been also alluding.

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