Apparently, liberal comedian Russell Brand fancies himself some kind of reporter. He has started a YouTube channel where he posts left-leaning videos targeting conservative journalists like Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity. He even decided to record himself defending radical Islam from outside of the Fox News headquarters.
Unfortunately for Brand, it is illegal to record on private property, like the Fox News building. A security guard informed him of this pesky legality, saying, “You can’t film here, this is private property.” But Brand isn’t the lawful type. He questioned the security guard as to exactly who owns the building, as if that even matters – you can’t film on private property regardless of who owns it. “You want to get arrested?” threatened the security guard.
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Brand then barged inside the Fox News building and tried to get upstairs. He claimed that he was invited to appear as a guest on Sean Hannity’s show but was later cancelled. “Tell Sean Hannity I dropped by to chat,” he told a receptionist.
Mediaite reached out to the producer of Hannity’s program, who denied that Brand had ever been booked in the first place. Hannity also said as much on social media. “I heard you were lurking around Fox today like a deranged creepy stalker and begging to be on the show,” Hannity said to Brand via Twitter. “Thanks but no thanks Mr. Katy Perry. Too much serious stuff going on in the world,” he added.
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