Comedians That Harassed Brian Kilmeade Take Video Down After Backlash

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The two comedians that followed and harassed Fox News host Brian Kilmeade on Friday took their video down Sunday after facing backlash.

The two men who followed Kilmeade around New York City are self-identified comedians Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler, who are known as “The Good Liars.”

Their video began with Selvig asking for a photo and when Kilmeade turned to leave, Selvig asked him if he was “accused of sexually harassing Gretchen Carlson.” (RELATE: ‘Fox & Friends’ Host Brian Kilmeade Stalked And Harassed All Day)

“Hey everyone, this is Brian Kilmeade, he says lots of weird, kinda racisty stuff on the news a lot,” Stiefler screamed on the NYC metro next to Kilmeade. “This is the closest personal adviser to Donald Trump, the ‘Fox & Friends’ host Brian Kilmeade. If you have anything you want Donald Trump to say or do, tell this guy cause he’s the only person in America that Donald Trump listens to.”

They then offered him $10 to tell the president on Fox & Friends to resign.

Kilmeade attempted to ignore the comedians throughout the day.

Despite the lack of political nature, it still follows a pattern of conservatives and conservative politicians being harassed by people on the left end of the political spectrum.

Many people condemned the video on Twitter, including Megyn Kelly, Abby Huntsman, and Janice Dean.

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