Suspect Arrested After Christmas Tree at Fox News Headquarters Torched

A suspect has been arrested after a large Christmas tree at the headquarters of Fox News was torches late on Tuesday night, the holiday decoration totally burned in what potentially amounts to an anti-Christian or political hate crime.

The tree, located at Fox’s HQ at West 48th Street and 6th Avenue in New York City, was totally engulfed in flames before firefighters arrived to extinguish the fire.

Fox News host Shannon Beam announced that the tree had been consumed in flames late on Tuesday.

A spokesperson for the New York Police Department confirmed that a suspect had been detained in connection to the fire, suggesting criminal and arson involvement in the burning of the tree. A News 4 employee witnessed NYPD officers apprehending a suspect near the tree around midnight.

Video of the fire, which burned up and down the entire 30-foot Christmas tree, suggested that the use of an incendiary device was possible in the act. It’s not easy to set a fire of this magnitude without fuel or gasoline, which isn’t easy to apply to an object that’s that tall.

Progressive Democrats on the internet rushed to celebrate the senseless arson, viewing the attack on the Christmas tree as a act of love, tolerance, diversity and equity enacted against the fascist terror network they claim Fox News represents.

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