Fox News contributor Steven Crowder traded words and blows with pro-union demonstrators in Lansing, Michigan, where the Michigan House passed an anti-union 'right-to-work' law today.
Crowder uploaded a video (below) to YouTube of the incident.
Crowder often interviews unsuspecting liberals and tries to catch them on video contradicting themselves, reports RawStory.com.
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In the video, Crowder baits a pro-union protester with questions, then there is a verbal exchange. The tape is then edited to show Crowder fighting with another pro-union demonstrator.
Crowder said on Twitter that more video would be aired during Fox News’ 'Hannity.'
Conservative media outlets such as DrudgeReport.com and BreitBart.com have called the incident “union thuggery.”
Eddie Vale, spokesperson for the AFL-CIO, told TalkingPointsMemo.com: “While of course we do not condone the actions taken by a small group of people, the disciples of James O’Keefe were attempting to instigate the crowd all day."