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Fox News comments on UC Davis pepper spray incident

Fox News comments on UC Davis pepper spray incident

Fox News hosts Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly discuss the UC Davis pepper spraying incident, pointing out that pepper spray is essentially a food product.

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Guest: placid flamingo (3184 days ago)
When did a civilian give ORDERS to the police? O'Reilly is such a furkin moron!
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When did a civilian give ORDERS to the police? O'Reilly is such a furkin moron!
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Guest: JGA (3184 days ago)
Cyandide is basically a food derivative as well
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Cyandide is basically a food derivative as well
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belchnasty belchnasty (3183 days ago)
Bill O'Reilly is a cock
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Bill O'Reilly is a cock
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Guest: Mark (3184 days ago)
The SS just followed orders, so they were not bad people after all. I mean you have to obey an order dont you?
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The SS just followed orders, so they were not bad people after all. I mean you have to obey an order dont you?
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Guest: (3183 days ago)
Latest comment: True. I mean lightly spraying a couple of people in order to enforce the law is entirely comparable with the extermination of six million people based on their race. It would be crass to suggest otherwise.
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Latest comment: True. I mean lightly spraying a couple of people in order to enforce the law is entirely comparable with the extermination of six million people based on their race. It would be crass to suggest otherwise.
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London1 London1 (3184 days ago)
They were blocking a path FFS! Leave 'em to sit there if they want to, they'll soon get bored. The fat cop needs sacking, so does the Chancellor. Riley needs shooting!
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They were blocking a path FFS! Leave 'em to sit there if they want to, they'll soon get bored. The fat cop needs sacking, so does the Chancellor. Riley needs shooting!
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Guest: (3184 days ago)
Given O'Reilly's track record, I don't think he is qualified to comment on this at all. Ever.
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Given O'Reilly's track record, I don't think he is qualified to comment on this at all. Ever.
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Guest: FOX NEWS - HEIL HITLER (3184 days ago)
THESE SO CALLED JOURNALISTS ARE DISGRACEFUL. "IT'S ONLY PEPPER SPRAY" "ITS DERIVED FROM FOOD" WHY DON'T THEY SHOW US HOW EASY IT IS TO HAVE A FOOD DERIVED SUBSTANCE SPRAYED INTO YOUR FACE THE NEXT TIME THEY ARE ON AIR.
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THESE SO CALLED JOURNALISTS ARE DISGRACEFUL. "IT'S ONLY PEPPER SPRAY" "ITS DERIVED FROM FOOD" WHY DON'T THEY SHOW US HOW EASY IT IS TO HAVE A FOOD DERIVED SUBSTANCE SPRAYED INTO YOUR FACE THE NEXT TIME THEY ARE ON AIR.
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Guest: Harold (3184 days ago)
Unkawfully assembling? How can you protest then? Where is this so called right to protest gone?
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Unkawfully assembling? How can you protest then? Where is this so called right to protest gone?
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Guest: (3183 days ago)
It's a legal term. It doesn't mean you can't assemble lawfully.
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It's a legal term. It doesn't mean you can't assemble lawfully.
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Guest: (3184 days ago)
good grief, these people are idiots
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good grief, these people are idiots
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Guest: (3184 days ago)
I am so tired of all this crap. These people were asked to move. The right to peacefully assemble only goes so far, eventually you are breaking the law. It's just a bunch of morons looking to get on youtube and television by saying they were brutalized by the police when they instigated everything.
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I am so tired of all this crap. These people were asked to move. The right to peacefully assemble only goes so far, eventually you are breaking the law. It's just a bunch of morons looking to get on youtube and television by saying they were brutalized by the police when they instigated everything.
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Guest: JGA (3184 days ago)
When you are unhappy with the way things are and the politicians don't do anything for you, what do you do? Take it?
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When you are unhappy with the way things are and the politicians don't do anything for you, what do you do? Take it?
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Well, you could form a manifesto, and a stand for election. If people agree with you, they will vote for you. But that's too hard for these people - a quicker way of getting attention is to sit down and get in people's way. Making sure, of course that it is filmed, so that if the police ever step over the line, they can play the victim.
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Well, you could form a manifesto, and a stand for election. If people agree with you, they will vote for you. But that's too hard for these people - a quicker way of getting attention is to sit down and get in people's way. Making sure, of course that it is filmed, so that if the police ever step over the line, they can play the victim.
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Guest: JGA (3183 days ago)
Elections cost money, from what I understand its not the rich who can afford them that are protesting and since when was it the duty of police to make sure that people can't sit down in a peaceful protest, this is corruption of the pigs in power. If you don't agree with us then we will use the police to make you disperse.
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Elections cost money, from what I understand its not the rich who can afford them that are protesting and since when was it the duty of police to make sure that people can't sit down in a peaceful protest, this is corruption of the pigs in power. If you don't agree with us then we will use the police to make you disperse.
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Guest: (3183 days ago)
Elections cost money - standing for one needn't. And if you'd been listening to the OWS line, they're full of a cross-section of society. So you're wrong, the rich are protesting. It's not the duty of police to stop people from protesting - but it is their duty to remove them if they cause a public nuisance by forming a blockade. Nothing to do with not agreeing with the police, god knows there are plenty of people who have found the liberty to do that. In fact it appears to be the OWS protesters who, having found that their ill-founded views are not widely supported are now thrusting their views on, and causing a nuisance to the public.
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Elections cost money - standing for one needn't. And if you'd been listening to the OWS line, they're full of a cross-section of society. So you're wrong, the rich are protesting. It's not the duty of police to stop people from protesting - but it is their duty to remove them if they cause a public nuisance by forming a blockade. Nothing to do with not agreeing with the police, god knows there are plenty of people who have found the liberty to do that. In fact it appears to be the OWS protesters who, having found that their ill-founded views are not widely supported are now thrusting their views on, and causing a nuisance to the public.
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