TV Journo Goes Viral After Mistakenly Drawing Large Penis During Report Into The Capitol Riots

TV Journo Goes Viral After Mistakenly Drawing Large Penis During Report Into The Capitol Riots
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A Fox News journalist’s rather serious report into the investigation of the Capitol Riots that happened on 6th January 2021 has taken an all the more juvenile turn after the reporter accidentally drew a penis live to air on the telestrator.

Fox’s James Hohmann was outlining key witnesses into the riots, now known as the January 6 hearings in the US.

Hohmann then proceeded to inadvertently drew a very phallic-like pattern followed by what appeared to be balls underneath. The five witnesses Hohmann circled on the telestrator were B.J. Pak, Shaye Moss, Brad Raffensperger, Rusty Bowers and Gabriel Sterling.

Watch it below, if you must:

The segments co-hosts Jesse Watters and Joe Concha later joked of Hohmann’s mishap.

“I don’t ask much of our lord and saviour,” Concha said.

“You don’t want to be the final testicle on the Washington Post coverage of January 6th,” Watters joked.

“That would be a place you don’t want to be,” Concha responded.

The two journalists laughed before Concha added, “I knew when I woke up today I would be discussing this on prime time television in front of 2.5 million people. Thank you.”

 

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