October 31, 2023

Martha MacCallum Emotional On-air Over Israeli Video of Hamas Attack

After the October 7 attack against Israel, very few “actual” images of the attack have been released to the public.

We have seen the aftermath. For instance, Fox News reporter Trey Yingst walked through the home of an Israeli family that had been butchered, with blood still on the walls and floors, but no dead bodies.

Israel shared the real footage with reporters, including MacCallum, and it clearly got to her.

Shocking Video

MacCallum described the video, stating, “Everyone has seen some of these images online. But the unfiltered video is absolutely … it’s so horrific, it’s hard to put into words, and we’ve had our reporters, Trey Yingst and Mike Tobin, have also watched it and had a similar feeling.

“But, you know, there is obviously so much blood, so many charred bodies, it’s very difficult, obviously, to watch this.”

Here is the segment as it aired on Fox News…

I have seen some of the pictures that were posted by the Israeli government, and it was horrific, and that is just what they released to the public.

I have also listened to the interviews of captured Hamas fighters who matter-of-factly talked about the way they slaughtered innocent civilians.

Yet, we have members of our Congress who refuse to call Hamas a terrorist organization and who continue to push the narrative it was a military action by Hamas, not a terrorist attack.

It is for that very reason that I think we need a public hearing where these videos are shown, with no editing, then ask those 15 Democrats, which included members of the Squad, to defend their refusal to sign on to that resolution.

Let the American people hear them defend these terrorist acts so we can have them removed from office once and for all.

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