Pat Buchanan issued a stern warning to Occupy Wall Street this weekend.
In a round-table discussion on 'The McLaughlin Group', host John McLaughlin asked panelists about the future of the movement.
“It’s going to end very, very badly with these folks in the winter and they’re not going to be getting publicity and they’re going to be acting up and acting badly like the worst of the demonstrators in the 60s," Buchanan said. "They’re going to start fighting with the cops.”
Occupy Wall Street took a violent turn this week as Oakland police unleashed tear gas on protesters and injured an Iraq war veteran.
On Saturday, scores were arrested in Denver after protesters clashed with local law enforcement. When cops began to spray Mace on the crowd, several protesters reportedly retaliated by kicking and pushing police.
Watch Buchanan on 'The McLaughlin Group', courtesy of the Daily Caller.
Take a look at how politicians have reacted to the Occupy protests: