Neil Cavuto predictably spins the story of the vicious liberal monster who bit off a heroic old man’s finger.
Next on the anti-reformer’s harassment list was a pro-reformer who appeared to be in his late 30s or early 40s, was stocky, and several inches shorter than the 65-year-old. Though Kuns isn’t sure how the pro-reformer ended up on the anti side of the street, she saw the two men face to face, exchanging words.
Then the anti-reformer in the orange shirt “punches him straight up in the face, right between the eyes.” The smaller pro-reformer’s glasses and hat flew off, and he fell into the street.
“I don’t know who started it wordwise,” Kuns said, “but I can tell you for sure that the guy who threw the first punch was the anti guy. And can he punch hard! He knocked this guy down into the street.”
The pro-reformer got up. The anti-reformer tried to block him from standing on the curb. A short scuffle ensued, and it was unclear to Kuns who was doing what to whom. The anti-reformers surrounding the fighting men stayed back. When the fight ended, the pro-reformer crossed the street and announced to the MoveOn rally that he’d bitten the man’s finger off.
And here’s an interesting tidbit:
The AP has since reported that a hospital spokeswoman said the anti-reformer lost half his finger, though doctors reattached it and sent him home last night. “She says he had Medicare,” the story states.
Okay, don’t hold back with the puns…