Fox Reporter Shannon Bream Forced to Flee Live-Reporting Outside Supreme Court as Leftist Mob Grew Volatile (VIDEO)

A ‘wild, ‘volatile’ liberal mob gathered at the Supreme Court Monday night to protest President Trump’s nomination of a conservative judge, Brett Kavanaugh, to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy. The anger of the mob forced Fox News reporter Shannon Bream to flee her live reporting station in front of the court for the safety of the nearby Fox studio.

Bream spoke about the incident on her show.

Bream posted about the situation to Twitter, “Very few times I’ve felt threatened while out in the field. The mood here tonight is very volatile. Law enforcement appears to be closing down 1st Street in front of SCOTUS…Literally had to bail on our live show from #SCOTUS. Moving the show back to the safety of the studio. See y’all at 11p @FoxNews”

Bream’s day at the Court started out peaceful.

The scene was calm enough before Trump’s announcement shortly after 9 p.m. EDT that Bream took another selfie from the court.

But as the minute drew near for Trump’s announcement, the mob went wild, as documented by NBC’s Frank Thorp V

Video by WJLA-TV reporter reporter Anna-Lysa Gayle of the crowd during and after the announcement.

As would be expected, CNN was left alone by the liberal protesters.

Andrew Peng posted some photos from the scene showing a crowd in front of Bream in a moment of calm.

Peng also posted some videos of the protesters.

Bream made it back to the D.C. Fox studios a few blocks from the Court in time for the 11 p.m. start of her nightly show.

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