Some North African countries are busy targeting doctors and journalists for speaking out about their government's handling of coronavirus instead of focusing on fighting the virus. Egypt has been struggling since before the pandemic hit, and now its government's crackdown on media and activism about coronavirus is further stressing the country. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Amy Hawthorne, the Deputy Director for Research at the Project on Middle East Democracy, on just how far Egyptian President Al-Sisi will go to contain information from citizens.