Following the viral and controversial confrontation between students from a Kentucky high school and a Native American protester, Greg Gutfeld presented a solution to protect people from "political storms."

Many online were quick to condemn the students earlier this month, who were initially believed to have been harassing the protester following the March for Life rally in Washington, D.C.

Subsequent video footage, however, revealed that the students were accosted and yelled at before the protester and other Native American activists approached them. Another group -- the so-called Black Hebrew Israelites -- were heard shouting abuse at the students for wearing “Make America Great Again” hats.

"The Outrage Bunker" is the safest space you can find when such controversy breaks out, and can keep your family sane.


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The bunker is impervious to WiFi and hot takes in the media, as well as hot air that comes with sensationalized breaking news stories.

Your family will be safe and healthy in the Outrage Bunker, and can come out to enjoy life once the dust settles.

Watch the hilarious video above, and don't miss more off-the-wall laughs on The Greg Gutfeld Show, Saturday nights at 10:00pm ET on Fox News Channel!


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