May 23, 2024

Fox News Host Charles Payne Reveals Niece Was Shot in Harlem

Republicans and conservatives have been hammering Democrats on rampant crime since Biden has been in office.

Sadly, that reality hit home for a member of the Fox News family.

Host Charles Payne revealed that his niece was recently shot in Harlem.

That Bad

Roughly two weeks ago, Payne got the news that his niece had been shot.

She was released on Monday after a lengthy stay and a four-hour operation after the shooting.

Payne explained, “I wish he would go to Harlem. Two Mondays ago, my niece was shot on the street that I grew up on.

“My niece was shot on the street that I grew up on!”

“She doesn’t even hang out there; she doesn’t live there on the block anymore, but a good friend of mine who I’ve known for 45 years, her son passed away, and they were having a memorial for him, and so these guys — the gang violence is on the rise so much, it’s so underreported — so they come around with their masks, they’re shooting crazy, one third floor apartment was all busted up.”

According to Payne, his niece and her friend were innocent bystanders who got caught up in a gang shooting, adding, “But this gang thing has really been amazing, I had no idea it was this bad. It’s really bad.”

Payne then railed about Biden’s latest student loan forgiveness announcement, having forgiven another $7.7 million in loans, which will now be added to the taxpayer bill.

Payne argued that people receiving this break are often college graduates doing far better than the average person in these downtrodden neighborhoods who risk their lives when they open up their front door and step outside.

This is exactly why New Yorkers are packing up and leaving the city, choosing red states instead.

This would include Fox News’ Sean Hannity, who loved New York, but recently packed up and moved to Florida.

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