The Blaze's Buck Sexton reported from inside the 'comrade's' ranks at the Wall Street Day of Rage on September 17, to get an idea of the smorgasbord of leftist protest in the financial capital of the world. The events last Saturday seemed to have reached the highest level of bizarre. That is, until Red Eye's Bill Schulz arrived:
The 300 "half-naked trustfunders," as described by Gutfeld sit-in Andy Levy, made demands for wealth redistribution, a liberation of our currency, and to condemn "banksters."
Some of Schulz's demands: toast over bagels, to save the whales, bring back "growing pains," and that the "whopper must be stoppered."
Schulz, a regular panelist on the Fox News satirical late-night show, avoided announcing he was from Fox News at the protest until he was outed by one protester who according to Schulz admitted to be a frequent viewer of Red Eye. Schulz described Red Eye to one protester as "a voice of protest in a sea of infomercials," as the show brodcasts weeknights at 3:00 am.
The panel following Schulz's report poked fun at the dirty protesters, asserting that they do not know what they are protesting. The New York Observer's Dana Vachon went on to suggest to the panel that the protest could represent a rethinking of the "social contract that collapsed with the mortgage meltdown."
Panelist Kimberly Guilfoyle responded that Vachon could be "giving those dirty people too much credit," and told Schulz that she would rather light herself on fire than join the protesters.