Fox & Friends warned Tuesday morning that a "member of the Black Panthers [was] standing guard outside a polling place in Philadelphia," said anchor Gretchen Carlson. "Does it look reminiscent? Remember this from four years ago? The organization said it was thinking about monitoring the election. Critics say it's more like intimidation." After conservative blogs picked up on the video, The Huffington Post later reported that a former Navy SEAL, Ben Brink, was leading a group of conservative special operations veterans to monitor Black Panther activity. "Philly has lots or rumors that we are tracking down, but only one dejected, unarmed NBPP seen so far," said Brink in an e-mail to HuffPost.