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Car Ramming Attack on Dallas Fox Affiliate After 'Meet the Press' Host Says to 'Fight Back' Against Fox News

A man rammed his truck into the studios of Dallas Fox affiliate KDFW earlier this morning, just two days after Meet the Press host Chuck Todd published an article calling on his media colleagues to "start fighting back" against Fox News.

KDFW reports on the incident targeting their offices:

A man was arrested Wednesday morning after crashing a truck into the side of the FOX4 building in downtown Dallas.

The man, after repeatedly crashing his vehicle into a side of the building with floor to ceiling windows, got out of his vehicle and began ranting.

FOX4 photojournalists were able to film him placing numerous boxes next to a sidedoor filled with stacks of paper. The papers were also strewn across the sidewalk and street adjacent to the building.

The man ranted about "high treason" and also mentioned a sheriff's department.

The Dallas police bomb squad was dispatched to investigate a bag the man had left at the scene.

KDFW reports that all personnel were inside the building at the time, and no one from the station was injured.

This car ramming attack comes just after NBC host Chuck Todd published an article on Monday at The Atlantic calling for others to "start fighting back" against Fox News.