Greg Gutfeld reacted Friday to video of "robotic" anti-Kavanaugh protesters accosting lawmakers and chanting in the halls of Congress.

One video showed a group of protesters repeating a man's instructions through chant, until one protester realized he was instructing them to engage with the office of a lawmaker who was "on their side."

"Let's go watch the vote," the man said. "Let's go watch the vote," the protesters responded. "In offices you wish to (unintelligible) with," the man said, with the crowd continuing to repeat his words back to him.

The man said he was going to visit North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp's office, until a protester interrupted to remind him that the formerly on-the-fence Democrat had announced her intention to vote against confirming Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

"Why?" the woman asked. "She's on our side."

"That's not democracy, that's robotics," Gutfeld said.


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"I don't remember the last time Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) was cornered by a group of angry Republicans," Brian Kilmeade added.

Gutfeld played more video of another group of protesters reciting their instructions in a similar fashion.

"It's chilling to me to see a mob in action," he said, calling such protests an "intimidating machine."

Gutfeld said the protesters are being covered too positively by some in the media, contending that they are instead trying to "destroy the system."

"It's the zombie apocalypse," Jesse Watters added, referring to the fashion in which the protesters repeated the instructions of their leaders.

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