During The Kelly File, Mike Tobin reported in live from Ferguson, where he captured footage of a heated, occasionally violent clash between protestors and a group of white people holding signs supporting Darren Wilson, the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown.
According to Tobin, two white protestors showed up on West Florissant Avenue, one of the main streets in Ferguson and a hotbed of protest, carrying signs in support of Wilson. “Not a very good idea if you’re concerned with your safety,” he noted, adding that their presence immediately drew a “big crowd” and some thrown water bottles.
The Wilson supporters were quickly herded away by police and placed into vehicles, some of which could still be seen on camera. “It looks like they’re either gone, or ready to be gone,” Tobin added.
“So in other words,you’re not allowed to show up and protest for the other side?” asked Megyn Kelly.
“You’re dealing with a mob,” said Tobin.
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