Fox News’ Shannon Bream flees live broadcast location after protestors turn “volatile”



Protestors outside the Supreme Court on July 9, 2018 following President Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.

 

Fox News’ Shannon Bream and her crew were forced to flee the location of a planned live broadcast outside the Supreme Court due to the danger posed by threatening and “volatile” protestors on Monday night, Bream revealed on Twitter.

Bream had intended to report on President Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh live outside the Supreme Court in Washington D.C. shortly after Trump revealed his pick. But she and her crew had to move the broadcast to the safety of an indoor studio due to the threatening atmosphere created by protestors.

Bream sent the following tweet to alert her audience of the danger outside the steps of the Supreme Court about a half hour after Trump announced Kavanaugh as his pick.

Less than an hour later, she told her audience the live show would be relocated due to the danger posed by the protestors.

Bream interviewed Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) inside the Fox News studio instead, telling him, “It got a little too rowdy out there at the Court tonight.”

According to the Associated Press, protestors “shouted obscenities” and “crowded around and touched” the Fox News crew.

“I’ve been in the middle of many protesters and signs and chanting and we all do our jobs,” Bream said Tuesday. “But last night had a different feel to it.”

What has the Left come to? Threatening journalists? Making them fear for their lives?

These protestors presumably were demonstrating because they felt that their constitutional rights were threatened by Trump’s Supreme Court pick.

But it seems they forgot one of the most basic tenets of the First Amendment: freedom of the press.


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