Less than 12 hours after being viciously targeted and harassed than physically assaulted by far-left, Fox News-hating, rioting mob, FNC’s America’s News HQ co-host Leland Vittert spoke Saturday morning to Neil Cavuto about his ordeal. Vittert and his crew were simply doing their jobs reporting on rioting outside the White House that was supposedly to mourn the death of George Floyd, but they clearly showed it was anything but.
Vittert didn’t mince words in talking about how he and his crew “were really targeted” by an “organized” “mob” and that “[i]t was the most scared I have been since being chased out of Tahrir Square by a group from the Muslim Brotherhood.” He estimated that the mob was 50-60 people who suddenly “no longer cared about the Secret Service or yelling epithets or President Trump or talking about that” and instead focused on inflicting harm on Vittert and his crew and destroying their equipment, solely because they worked for Fox News: They came out after us chased us out, took our camera smashed our camera, took my microphone, threw it at me. We took a lot of body shots in terms of getting pushed around and shoved around, and then finally made our way about two blocks to where we could find a police cruiser and then the police there called in reinforcements. It was the most scared I have been since being chased out of Tahrir Square by a group from the Muslim Brotherhood. It was clear had we not been able to get out and our security you see there did a great job and the Daily Caller was able to capture it certainly happened. Had we not been able to get out, things could have been a lot, lot, worse. Vittert also explained how one of the […]