Fox News ask the most stupid question to people fleeing for their lives in Houston

Greg Evans
Monday 28 August 2017 14:00
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The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Houston has been strongly felt in the United States.

The tropical storm flooded miles of the Texan city and the surrounding area, forcing thousands of people to evacuate their homes.

Reports say that 20 to 30 inches of rain fell over the weekend, with levels predicted to reach 50 inches in the next few days.

The flood, which is expected to worsen has resulted in people being rescued by boat and air by the National Guard.

The Washington Post report that at least five people have died during the crisis, which has been confirmed as the biggest storm in the history of the state.

Fox News saw fit to attempt to sensationalise the disaster.

With an at-the-scene reporter on the ground at Houston with three recently rescued women, the anchor of the show began asking an incoherent question that just went on and on and on....

Seriously, how would the reporter have even translated that to the women?

And how she even supposed to know the answer?

Thankfully his co-anchor, probably noticing how beleaguered the women were, stepped in to put an end to the madness.

The video which was uploaded by YouTube user roastedbagel has already been watched over 600,000 times with many people criticising Fox in the comments.

Here are some of the best:

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HT YouTube, BBC, Washington Post

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