Fox News host Megyn Kelly paused a guest from commenting Tuesday night when she noticed an "extraordinary moment" occurring live on TV during coverage of protests against the Chicago Police Department.
"I just want to jump in. I just want to jump in as we are seeing an extraordinary moment," she said. "Look what's happening here."
Kelly was referring to an incident where a protester was staring down a Chicago police officer and refusing to break eye contact. TheBlaze TV's Dana Loesch was one of the guest panelists on the show Tuesday night.
"Look at him," she said. "This is a cop out there accused of doing nothing wrong trying to keep the peace."
"This cop hasn't done anything wrong," she added.
When a guest dissented with Kelly, contending the protester was doing nothing wrong and simply exercising his First Amendment rights, the Fox News host disagreed.
"It's not a question of what his Constitutional rights are, it's a question of what's appropriate," she quipped back.
Protests had erupted on the streets of Chicago after the city released a graphic video showing an officer fatally shoot a 17-year-old last year.
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