Fox News Highlights CNN's Hypocrisy on Public Confrontations


On Tuesday's edition of The Ingraham Angle, guest host Jesse Watters and Fox News Contributor Raymond Arroyo reacted to CNN anchor Chris Cuomo's profanity-laced altercation with a man who referred to him as "Fredo." Watters opened the segment by saying "you don't want people coming up to someone, especially when they're with their family out in the street having fun, and calling them names and getting in their face." After stressing that he did not condone "that kind of mob mentality," Watters slammed the "hypocrisy" of Cuomo and CNN, highlighting how "they've supported the Maxine Waters call to arms to get in your face...they've supported this Antifa nonsense that you see in the streets." Watters went on to talk about how "Chris Cuomo said that the Covington boy while the adult man was banging the drum in his face, he needed to walk away and didn't handle himself correctly." After praising people who came out to support Cuomo, Arroyo asked "where were they when Sarah Huckabee Sanders was thrown out of that Red Hen restaurant?" Arroyo also brought up the harassment of Ted Cruz and Pam Bondi before slamming CNN personalities' reactions to what they saw as "deserved attacks." Arroyo specifically mentioned Ana Navarro's declaration that "there's a cost to pay for the decisions you make in life" and Don Lemon saying "sometimes, the only agency you have is to get in someone's face."

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