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Watch Man Point His Gun At Chicago News Crew During Their Live Broadcast About Gun Violence in America

People do a lot of dumb things for absolutely no reason.

The latest example comes from Chicago. While reporters were giving a live broadcast on gun violence, a man walks by and decided to point a gun a the crew.

Probably wouldn’t have been as dumb if he covered his face but he didn’t. The guy showed his whole face on camera for the world to see.

Police are now searching for the man who they have labeled a person of interest.

Chicago police are searching for an unidentified man who appeared to point a firearm at a TV news crew on Wednesday while it was airing a live broadcast about gun violence. The frightening incident took place during Fox 32-TV’s morning newscast “Good Morning Chicago.”

Joanie Lum was reporting about gun violence live on the air from the corner of Clark and Hubbard in the River North section of the city at around 7 a.m. when a man wearing a coat with a hood walked past just a few feet behind her.

While looking into the camera, the man then took out what appeared to be a handgun and pointed it at the news crew. Chicago police consider the man a “person of interest” and are searching for him, the news station reported.

Alarmed viewers phoned into the television station and expressed their concern. The nation has been in shock in recent days following Tuesday’s mass shooting at a Texas elementary school.

An 18-year-old, Salvador Ramos, is alleged to have used an assault rifle to mow down classmates and teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Nineteen children and two adults were killed, according to authorities.

Not the smartest decision he could make. This is America take a LONG hard look at it because this is the real America.

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