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VIDEO: Opie & Anthony Call Occupy Wallstreet Protesters “Filthy Hippies” After Leaving The Scene

Published on October 15, 2011 by   ·   No Comments

Radio shock jocks Greg “Opie” leave CBS Radio studios on 57th Street with fans after finishing their first morning show for a one block walk to the XM satellite radio studios while broadcasting live on XM, Wednesday, April 26, 2006, in New York. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)

Gregg “Opie” Hughes (one half of the popular radio team of Opie & Anthony) visited the Occupy Wall Street protest in lower Manhattan earlier this week and expected to find something he could support, instead he was driven out of the area by a gang of protesters using the classic tactics of Saul Alinsky.

An an exclusive interview with The Blaze, Opie makes no bones about being slightly more liberal than his outspoken, conservative, radio partner Anthony Cumia. On Tuesday, he spent almost three hours in Zucotti Park, shooting videos for his “Opie’s Eye” YouTube channel. He stated to us and repeated it several times on the radio that he believed he would find common ground with the protesters. However, he left the park calling them “filthy hippies.”

The Sirius XM host regularly posts videos of the unusual people he sees in New York City, and the park filled with protesters appeared to be ripe with possibilities. The video posted below features a few of the colorful characters Opie encountered: (Content warning – strong language)

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