Greg Gutfeld

Gutfeld on airlines banning booze on flights

Have you heard the phrase “never let a pandemic go to waste?” Now you have, because I just said it. Some airlines are doing just that. Delta and American Airlines, among others, are suspending all or part of their booze service to reduce interactions between passengers and crews. And to limit bad behavior. So this, in medical circles, is called a stupid, stupid, highly stupid idea. Do these idiots have any idea why alcohol sales boomed during the lockdown? It’s because we were trapped in a room and we couldn’t get out. This is much like being on a plane, where you’re trapped with no way out, unless you open an emergency exit and aim for a big bush. I wouldn’t suggest that under any circumstances, unless you’re flying next to Joy Behar. It’s a fact that flying is getting less enjoyable every year. And yet we never get anywhere faster. As computer speed doubles every two years, we still produce new jets lumbering through the air at the same speeds as the old ones did in the 1970s. Worse, today we’re packed like sweaty veal, forced to endure endless delays and bizarre regulations that often leave us with hunger-induced migraines and distended bladders. And now, they want to take away the booze? Look, I get the face masks. And believe me, I hate drunk jackasses who fly. I even hate myself. But usually not until the next day But to punish everyone – especially me – because of the actions of a few is not the way to solve problems. Sadly, though, that seems to be the trend these days. With just a few bad apples, we don’t just throw out the whole batch – we defund the orchard. It’s enough to make me drink. And hate myself tomorrow.

As usual, Greg nails it.  This time, with air travel and latest idiotic decision by the airlines.  This was adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s monologue on “The Five” on June 17, 2020.

Greg Gutfeld: ‘Infantile’ Seattle occupiers realizing ‘that having no structure is leading to fascism’

“The Five” co-host Greg Gutfeld said Monday that the denizens of Seattle’s quasi-anarchist “Capitol Hill Organized Protest” zone (CHOP) are engaging in an “experiment in infantile behavior.” “There are humans on this planet who can’t value something until it’s taken from them,” Gutfeld said. “They have no idea how to make anything.” The “Greg Gutfeld Show” host compared the CHOP group’s actions to being “in a relationship and somebody dumps you and then you go, ‘I didn’t know what I [had], that it was so special.'” “So now the irony is realizing the importance of boundaries,” he added. “They are building walls. They are setting up their own law and order and it’s actually kind of hyperviolent.” “Maybe commerce might help them,” Gutfeld remarked before pointing out: “Now they are actually figuring out that having no structure is leading to fascism.” “This is a ‘Lord of the Flies’ situation. I think the good news is that it’s devolving fast. It’s going to return to the population and annoy the rest of us. But maybe they might just be a little bit wiser, although I doubt it.”

Agreed..  As usual, Greg nails it.  Thanks Greg!

Gutfeld on the canceling of “Live PD”

“Live PD” has been pulled by the A&E network. The show was a hit, revealing an unspeakable truth: that cops are human. Maybe that’s why it was canceled, for showing the police as hardworking folks facing unpredictable and sometimes dangerous circumstances. And because that didn’t fit the current narrative, it got pulled. And this reveals that the real censorship doesn’t arrive via autocracy, but via the emasculation of network execs. Here’s an idea: replace “Live PD” with a show called “No PD.” Just show crimes committed without cops around. So will “Live PD” come back? Not when the media see police as somehow worse than criminals. And the crime of “Live PD” is showing the reality of policing ignored by other networks, where cops are either relentlessly heroic or horrifyingly bad. And so A&E cancels the show. Censorship out of fear. Do you know up to that up to 440,000 Americans die each year from preventable hospital errors? That’s the third-leading cause of death in the U.S. Shall we cancel “Grey’s Anatomy?” And cancel all those other hospital programs that show health care workers in an aspirational glow? And I say all of this knowing full well that “Live PD” was competition for my show Saturday nights. “Live PD” put up great numbers on Saturdays. I should be thrilled it got knocked out of the lineup. I could be No. 1. But that would be stupid and wrong. Because I may not be No. 1. I may be next.

Yeah… No kidding..  For over 20 years, the liberals have been trying to figure a way to censor Rush Limbaugh on AM radio.  As usual, Greg Gutfeld nails it.  That was adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s monologue (otherwise known as a “Gregologue”) on Thursday, June 11, 2020.

Gutfeld on defunding the police

Who knew that calling the cops, when your family is threatened, comes from a place of privilege? Here’s this exchange recently on CNN: Alisyn Camerota, CNN anchor: What if, in the middle of the night, my home is broken into. Who do I call? Lisa Bender, Minneapolis City Council president: Yes, I hear that loud and clear from a lot of my neighbors. And I know — and myself, too, and I know that that comes from a place of privilege. What an idiot! That was the president of the Minneapolis city council, who’s planning a formal vote to defund the police. So after days of violent unrest, that’s their next step. If you do not believe that we are in the middle of a mass delusion, where humanity is willfully rejecting what works for what destroys, I don’t think I can’t help you. But if you can’t beat the mob, when not help them? Let’s defund. But baby steps first. — It’s too expensive to start from scratch and create a police-free city. So let’s pick two cities and observe the outcomes. Because the Minneapolis city council is voting to defund, let’s go with them first. And for comparison, let’s do Hollywood, where some celebs, who signed an open letter demanding defunding, actually live. The comparison eliminates race from the equation and sits it squarely on something else: wealth and class. While citizens of Minneapolis will fall prey to chaos and roving gangs of violence — last week being the prequel — Hollywood will rely on private security, which many of its fabulous inhabitants already enjoy. It’s why John Legend and others see no problem in defunding the police because it won’t be a problem for them. At least with Minneapolis, the hard left zombies on that council are ready to see their delusions through, citizens be damned — or killed. Let’s see Hollywood do the same thing. And when the rich do fine — while the poor suffer — maybe that injustice will be televised, too. In color, not just black and white.

Agreed…  Thanks to Greg Gutfeld for this.  It was adapted from his “Gregologue” on June 8th, 2020 on The Five.  To see the video of this, click on the text above.

Gutfeld on conflating protesters with rioters

As New York City burned, Gov. Andy Cuomo said this Tuesday on Twitter: “There are those who want to intentionally blur the lines between peaceful, legitimate protesters and looters. The president is among them. They want you to watch the videos of the looting – not the video of Mr. Floyd being murdered. Don’t fall for it.” So, a governor whose citizens and taxpayers are under attack, claims the biggest problem is witnessing the attack. The mayhem. The looting. Attacks on cops. Because that “blurs the lines between peaceful protests and looters.” I supposed he would prefer him joking around with his brother Chris on CNN again and again. So, who is blurring the lines between protesters and looters? It’s not me. It’s people like him. Because every time you mention the rioters, they accuse you of smearing protesters. We do understand the difference. Does he? Do you remember when you condemned actions of jihadists, and suddenly they accused you of Islamophobia? That when you criticized beheadings that was the same as calling all Muslims “extremists?” That idiotic response revealed who does the blurring. And it’s that blurring that hurts the protest movement. But by exposing the violent mob, you protect the future of legitimate protest. Not doing it, forever links it to destruction and death, while saying or implying that black grievance only matters if it’s expressed violently. That’s nuts. If that’s what you’re saying, Andy, you’re the one sowing discord. You’re the one who left us hanging – sacrificing citizens to the mob – just so we don’t blur any of your precious lines.

Agreed..  Thanks Greg.  That was another “Gregologue,” from yesterday’s (June 4th, 2020) “The Five.”  To watch it, click on the text above.

Gutfeld on Trump’s drug use

After President Trump told the world he was taking a prescribed drug – hydroxychloroquine – to potentially protect him from COVID-19, the media flipped. Chris Cuomo said on CNN: “I don’t know that it will help with his health, but it certainly helps to cover up his weaknesses.” Don Lemon said on CNN: “This is really deadly serious. It is quite dangerous, really quite dangerous.” Joy Behar said on “The View”: “He says he’s been on this thing for two-and-a-half weeks or something. But when you read the side effects – psychosis, paranoia, hair loss – I think he’s been on it for three-and-a-half years. Apparently, all those dopes know better than the White House doctor, who prescribed the drug. They’re acting like Trump is ingesting peyote in a yurt But here’s the big story: Trump is taking a drug – and he shared the info with you. The media and politicians – they’d never do that. Ever. That’s why they were shocked. Trump shares. They hide. And how dare Trump ask his White House doctor about a tried and true medication that’s currently being used off-label by other docs? How dare he make an informed decision as a patient, after assessing the science, medical opinion and risk ratio? If you believe Trump’s wrong, show us your cost-benefit calculations or shut up. Of course, the media won’t. Because they’re smarter than you – and Trump is a symbol of you, a bumpkin who should stay home indefinitely. It’s only the morally superior media who get to work – and also know all that secret info about hot stocks, real estate and meds. They get the courtside tickets and the best tables. Then give you the lectures. The media always have the inside scoop – they’re mad Trump shared it with you. It’s funny: The media condemn using a prescribed drug during a pandemic. But they’re fine with way weirder stuff. You know: you’d think an industry where people inject poison into their faces would sit this one out. And they’d never let you, Joe Schmo, tell them they can’t smooth their wrinkles with a toxin. And they’d fight you to the death over their balding drugs, diet pills, Adderall and performance enhancers. They can have it all. Inject your forehead with goat pee if you must. America will save lives. While you save face.

Agreed!!  How ironic it is that the left, which is always telling us (with respect to the abortion issue), that it’s “our body, our decision,”  is having some issue with Trump taking this.  And, let’s not forget that it’s they who are the first ones (again, referring to the same abortion issue) who hold their hand up in defiance and tell us that it’s between “the patient and their doctor.”  Well…that’s EXACTLY what this was all about; a decision made between Trump and his White House doctor, who prescribed the    So, when did this suddenly become an issue with self-righteous, hypocritical tools like Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon over at CNN?  Because TRUMP took it.  And, whatever he does is must be wrong.  How on earth is an FDA APPROVED DRUG, that has been around for over 60 YEARS, and for which the VA prescribes over 42,000 dosages PER DAY alone, is somehow a political issue?  It’s not.  It’s just an issue to idiots like Chris, Don, Joy Behar and other liberal hacks who have Trump Derangement Syndrome.  That’s all this is.  Thanks to Greg Gutfeld.  That was adapted from his Gregologue” on “The Five” on May 19, 2020.  Excellent!!       🙂

Greg Gutfeld: Escaping the kid’s table – Why everyone got the pandemic wrong, especially the experts

If you want to see who missed the boat on the coronavirus, don’t look at me. Look at everyone. Especially the experts. First, let’s talk about those who told us to go about our daily lives, and not to panic. They were wrong, but, with good intentions. They thought it was for our own good, to lie to us. They knew this virus was bad news, but doctors are trained in giving bad news, so the bad doesn’t create more bad. Being in panic mode makes you less likely to focus on important information. To use a clumsy analogy, America is the patient, and the experts had to give bad news to America, without freaking it out. The diagnosis: You’re gonna get sick. And part of you isn’t gonna make it. Hopefully, you will lose no more than a toe. But it could be more. Initially, this was a highly contagious, deadly disease with no therapeutics in sight. No vaccine. no drugs – and what’s just as bad: no real information to soothe our itching curiosity. China wasn’t forthcoming. To use another clumsy analogy … China and its Wuhan virus are like the guy at a bar who keeps saying that pulsing thing on his lip isn’t a sore. So experts had bad news for “Patient America.” And they relied on their experience as deliverers of bad news. When you give it, you have to deliver it in a way that reduces the panic. Panic leads to fear, which leads to hopelessness, hoarding, then savagery. This is why the medical experts did not level with us on a few things. In the back of their minds, they saw us as dumb animals – incapable of facing a pandemic head on. To buy everyone time – so hopefully, we might become psychologically ready – they said a few things that were false.

Click on the text above to continue reading Greg Gutfeld’s latest “Gregolgue.”        🙂

Gutfeld on Liz Warren believing Joe

Monday, Pocahontas defended former Vice President Joe Biden against accusations of sexual assault. How did Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., do it? She said this about his the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee’s recent one and only interview given last week about the accusation by a former staffer that he sexually assaulted the staffer in 1993. “The vice president’s answers were credible and convincing,” Warren said. “I support the vice president. I support his campaign and I’m proud to endorse him for president.” Well, that’s quite a change. After all, this is the same Liz who took a baton to former New York City mayor and presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg’s legs for allegations that were far less sordid. Let’s walk down memory lane, shall we? During one of the debates for Democratic presidential candidates – when Warren and Bloomberg were still in the race, Warren said this about a derogatory comment Bloomberg supposedly made to a woman: “I hope you heard what his defense was: I’ve been nice to some women,” Warren said. “The mayor has to stand on his record. And what we need to know is exactly what’s lurking out there.” Bloomberg denied ever making the derogatory comment. Warren said: “Mr. Mayor, are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements, so we can hear their side of the story?” Bloomberg responded: “We have a very few nondisclosure agreements.” Warren cut him off and said: “How many is that?” “Let me finish,” Bloomberg said. “How many is that?” Warren interrupted again. And with that, nearly $1 billion Bloomberg has spent on his presidential campaign swirled down the toilet. The only thing left of Bloomberg after that was the bill. So what’s changed? Well, Pocahontas now wants to become chief running mate. And if there’s one thing that can get Liz to sing a new tune, its political survival. The fact is that the requirements for Joe’s VP changed from being a woman to being a woman who looks the other way when it comes to an accusation of Joe looking at and touching other women. I mean, you could accept being his VP and still think he’s a lech. Has anyone considered that? But that’s not political. That’s honest. And politicians don’t do honest. Take Liz, who spent her professional life pretending to be Native American, with no reservations. So this is small potatoes. But also: honesty destroys Joe’s candidacy. Saying Joe is a handsy creeper ruins his claim as the moral alternative to Trump. So instead, just lie. And know that becoming VP is just a heartbeat away from becoming president. Just don’t let Liz sneak up on Joe. One good scare could change history.

Indeed..   Thanks as usual to Greg Gutfeld for his biting wit and sarcasm, and calling out Sen. Elisabeth Warren (D-MA) on her brazen hypocrisy.  She just wants to be the VP pick so bad, that she’s willing to sell out like that…and doesn’t care one bit.  She is what is worst in politics.  No wonder she finished THIRD in the DEMOCRATIC primaries…in her own state among DEMOCRAT voters.  It’s bad when your base in your own state doesn’t want anything to do with you.  Of course she won’t be picked for the VP position by Joe.  But, if by some weird stroke of luck, it happens, it’ll be like winning the lotto for the Republicans.

Gutfeld on the Joe Biden story CNN hates to cover

In case you missed it, check out this CNN headline: “Trump goes into hiding.” I guess CNN should know. Hide and seek is their expertise. Take the story of Tara Reade, former Vice President Joe Biden’s accuser. As she gains credibility, who loses it? CNN. After all, they’ve avoided this story, even as evidence appeared on CNN decades ago, when the accuser’s mom mentioned the alleged assault to Larry King: LARRY KING: San Luis Obispo, California, hello. JEANETTE ALTIMUS, MOTHER OF BIDEN ACCUSER: Yes, hello. I’m wondering what a staffer would do besides go to the press in Washington? My daughter has just left there, after working for a prominent senator, and could not get through with her problems at all, and the only thing she could have done was go to the press, and she chose not to do it out of respect for him. KING: So she had a story to tell but, out of respect for the person she worked for, she didn’t tell it? ALTIMUS: That’s true. You’ve got to love CNN for avoiding a story that appeared on CNN. This video was not unearthed by Fox News, but by The Intercept, Glenn Greenwald’s progressive outfit. And what did CNN do? What do you expect? Forget President Trump “hiding.” CNN is now hiding from CNN. CNN ran hundreds of stories on Brett Kavanaugh — with flimsier accusations. Meanwhile, the Biden accuser: Actually worked with him (unlike Kavanaugh’s accusers) Was a Democrat, not an ideological foe (unlike Kavanaugh’s accusers) Told her mother, who then called Larry King during a segment on sex harassment and there’s actual evidence of it! So, where’s CNN’s story? Their silence is the story. They’re protecting Biden so he can be president. And Reade? The media has tossed her story into the Juanita Broaddrick file of crimes that never happened because liberals allegedly committed them. Thank God, CNN did some heroic work during Trump’s first term, though. Chasing down people who posted memes. Which is really the second part of this story. The media will protect you if they like you — and destroy you if they don’t.

Agreed 100%!!  And, we’re all to happy to document yet another glaring, brazen example of CNN’s hypocrisy and double standard in covering the news.  Thanks to Greg Gutfeld’s usual biting wit and sarcasm.  That little ditty was adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s monologue (or “Gregologue” as they’re called) on “The Five” on April 27, 2020.  To see it and the discussion that followed with his fellow co-hosts on “The Five,” click on the text above.      🙂

Gutfeld on Bill de Blasio releasing criminals on the street to reoffend

Remember when New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio freed a bunch of jail inmates because he feared they might get the coronavirus? Well, at least 50 hit the street to victimize the naive civilians who elected him. Mind-blowing, right? So how did this dimwitted garment bag of dirt respond? De Blasio said: “I think it’s unconscionable just on a human level that folks were shown mercy and this is what some of them have done.” Shocker! I went to the thugs for comment, but they were deeply hurt that the mayor found their actions unconscionable, and swore that from now on, they’ll never mug again — if the mayor lets them out, gives them tickets to the next Mets game, and a hug. De Blasio will address the offer after he hits the gym across town. Just kidding – I think. I normally avoid ad hominem attacks, but de Blasio is not an actual hominem. He’s a walking stack of stupid, like Jenga with feet. He’s literally the biggest joke in American politics. It sucks that in a nation of adults, we’re ruled by idiot children, who choose to ignore the links between actions and consequences. Remember, as the coronavirus spread, de Blasio implored people to lead normal lives. And now his own actions spread crime like a virus. And let’s not forget this clown’s advice for citizens who see others failing to social distance. Fink on them! De Blasio told the people of New York to do the following to enforce social distancing: “When you see a crowd, when you see a line that’s not distanced, when you see a supermarket that’s too crowded – anything – you can report it right away so we can get help there to fix the problem. And now it’s as simple as taking a photo. All you got to do is take the photo, and put the location with it, and bang, send a photo like this, and we will make sure that enforcement comes right away.” Wow, he loves his Stasi. So first he tells people to ignore the virus. Then he sets loose thugs on the city. Then he asks fellow citizens to turn into narcs. What a creep. Someone should take a picture of him, and hang it at every post office: The most unwanted mayor in America. Or toss it in the bottom of a urinal and flatter him. I’d say lock him up, but then he’d only release himself to a parade he arranged – only to reoffend at a later date.

Mayor Bill de Blasio really is the biggest joke in politics.  Remember when he was admonishing people NOT to go to the gym, and then the very next day he was caught going himself.  And, when confronted about his brazen hypocrisy said that he needed to stay in shape to help in the fight against the virus. Wow..  That’s taking entitlement, and elitism to a WHOLE new level.  What a tool..  Thanks to Greg Gutfeld for being spot-on as usual.  That was adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s monologue on “The Five” on April 21, 2020.  Excellent!!      🙂