On this morning's Fox and Friends, Peter Johnson, Jr. sat down with Steve Doocy to discuss the ramifications of Columbia University's new hire - a former left-wing radical Kathy Boudin, who served 22 years in prison for her role in the 1981 murder of three individuals.

Johnson contends that the elevation of Boudin to such a position sets a dangerous example for young Americans.

"This is as low as you can go; it's the bottom of the barrel," he said, adding that the whole scenario goes to demonstrate that "the path to success is to be involved in murders, to plot bombings..."

Watch the full video of his fired-up reaction: