Greg Gutfeld

Opinion: Gutfeld on MSNBC saying Trump is guilty of workplace violence

According to the hair-on-fire media out there chasing ambulances down Pennsylvania Avenue, there’s been a report of workplace violence in a large white residence. Commenting on President Trump firing officials at the Homeland Security Department, a guest on MSNBC said: “What we talked about was a possible analogy between what we’re seeing in the president and studies of violence and acting out, particularly workplace violence…. The question we have to ask ourselves, from a behavioral sense, is are we watching a president essentially on his way to what we call a flash point, and are we beginning to see him act out in the form of purging and mass firing and completely not listening to any logic? “Are we essentially watching a workplace violence incident play out at the highest level of our government, and is he acting out now, and where does this go if I’m right about that?” That might be the most insane thing ever said on MSNBC – and they employ Chris Matthews. You wonder why America thinks the media is less trustworthy than lawn darts? It’s because the media seriously entertain ideas like that. Firing someone is now workplace violence. Maybe it feels like that for nonskilled people in the media, who know they can’t be employed anywhere else, except maybe a carnival dunk tank. They never get fired, they only fail up the primetime lineup. Until they get jobs running CNN. Yet these are the same clowns who lied that President Trump called immigrants “animals,” when he was talking about the MS-13 criminal gang. How predictable: these goofs were more offended over calling killer thugs “animals” than by the acts by the gangs themselves. But that’s the media’s way of operating. Everything is a crisis, except the actual crisis. We’ve all had a friend who – when the booze ran out at a party – would drink from abandoned cups and polish off the Listerine. That’s the media. With the collusion keg empty, they’re now desperately looking for anything to numb the pain. So we’re back to President Trump’s personality. He’s mean! Unstable! When he doesn’t like a situation, he changes it! Did you hear? He fires people! I once worked for somebody like that. In fact, she fired me. But that’s what bosses do in the real world. The real world. The media should check it out sometime. It’s really the only show in town and they can’t stand it, because they wouldn’t last a minute.

Agreed..  You really can’t make this stuff up, folks.  I saw the video clips of these morons on MSNBC actually saying this.  Unreal..  The above was adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s monologue on “The Five” on April 9, 2019.

Gutfeld on Trump’s letter to Pelosi

Citing security concerns during the shutdown, Nancy Pelosi has asked Donald Trump to give his State of the Union address in writing. Trump’s response? Canceling her trip to Brussels Thursday night right before takeoff. In the letter he said, he was “sorry to inform her,” that he’s canceling the trip. No, he wasn’t sorry. Not at all! He basically stole her lunch money. And then he ate her lunch. Still, Trump should accept her offer. And send the State of the Union address in writing: a sheet with just two words: Bye bye. Then he should hold a giant event in the middle of America. After all, the people elected Trump, not Washington, D.C. Nancy and the Dems can take shelter under their desks and watch it all on iPads. And Trump can cite his accomplishments, tell some jokes — just so the press has a reason to burn their hair. He can broadcast it on YouTube. The media will cover it in highly flammable fact-checks. It’ll be the first People’s State of the Union! If the media doesn’t show it — then we know it’s personal and political — for this is historical. And hysterical! Cuz what do the Dems do then? Do they not respond when he does it anyway — at a better place, with better-looking people? With music, prizes, farm animals and face painting? And almost no carbon footprint! Think about that! Do they hold a response? With the same cardboard cutouts from before? Nancy just offered Trump an amazing chance. It gets him out of a dull speech — and it gets “The Five” out of going to D.C. – a place with overpriced booze, incompetent politicians and substandard food. Which really, is the whole point of this monologue.

HAHA!!!  That was EXCELLENT!!  Thanks Greg!  Greg Gutfeld currently serves as host of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) The Greg Gutfeld Show (Saturdays 10-11PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays 5-6PM/ET).    🙂

WATCH: Greg Gutfeld Show Introduces Gluten-Free, Eco-Friendly ‘P.C. Santa’

A recent survey found that close to a third of respondents believe Santa Claus should be either female or gender-neutral. The survey, conducted by logo-making company GraphicSprings, asked participants in both the U.S. and United Kingdom how they would change Santa. According to the data, 23 percent of respondents think that Santa should use Amazon Prime and 17 percent believe he should travel via hover-board. In response, The Greg Gutfeld Show introduced “P.C. Santa” on Saturday night. P.C. Santa condemns elitist gift-giving — “a hallmark of the bourgeoisie” — and looks to redistribute the wealth found in expensive presents. He’s gluten-free and no longer wants cookies left out for him. Instead, P.C. Santa opts for a kale smoothie. He even ditches his reindeer and drives a Chevy Volt!

Ya gotta see this funny video.  Click on the text above to check it out.  Ho Ho Ho!!    🙂

Gutfeld on campus absurdity

Clapping has been banned at Britain’s University of Manchester Student Union because it triggers anxiety and discourages people from attending events. It will be replaced with a silent version of “jazz hands” – which is said to encourage an “environment of respect.” Meanwhile, a Massachusetts professor says that the label “veteran” should be expanded to include peace activists. I say the label “professor” should be expanded to include messy droolers. The one thing these things have in common, besides lunacy, is that they’ve both broken out of the asylum gates of the local university. The seed pods from that garden of stupid, are now blooming in the real world. Why is that? Because no one wants to say, “that’s really dumb.” We are all bullied to silence by the tyranny of grievance. Nobody wants to share the risk in calling out absurdity because that makes you a big meanie. Example: you’re on a subway and a maniac gets on board. He’s a babbling idiot. So everyone looks down at their phones. Why? Because no one wants to assume a piece of the risk. So they hide from the maniac. Then you realize the maniac is Bill de Blasio. Again. He’s screaming inanities. Your head aches. He won’t shut up. So now the joke’s on you. You should have complained the moment de Blasio got on. You should have said, ‘shut up and get out of here. You’re too loud and stupid for mass transit.’ Ideological excess spreads when everyone looks the other way. Whether it’s on campus, in congress, and in media. But maybe for once, let’s share the risk. It might be the only defense we have left.

Adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s monologue on “The Five,” Oct. 3, 2018.  Greg Gutfeld currently serves as host of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) The Greg Gutfeld Show (Saturdays 10-11PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays 5-6PM/ET).  To see the video of Greg going through this monologue, and then the discussion afterwards, click on the text above.  Excellent!!     🙂

Gutfeld: CNN Is a ‘Sad Spinster Who Can’t Take a Joke’

CNN’s response to President Trump’s tweet last Sunday of a GIF showing him tackling a fake CNN reminded Greg Gutfeld of a “sad spinster who can’t take a joke.” “Once again CNN fell for fake news,” Gutfeld said on his show on Saturday. The network “didn’t just step in it. They jumped head first into a sewage treatment plant and did the breaststroke.” CNN slammed the president’s tweet and went after the Reddit user who created the meme, saying they would not reveal his identity if he did not do it again. The meme creator has since apologized on Reddit saying he does not advocate violence against journalists. CNN said they reserve the right to expose his identity, but are not doing so “because he said he is not going to repeat this ugly behavior on social media.” “When a giant corporation threatens to expose a nobody in order to silence him … it’s like swatting a fly with a nuke,” Gutfeld said. The host remarked that conservatives and liberals have switched places over the years. “Conservatives were always painted as humorless. We were the shrill, tight-ass scolds,” Gutfeld said. “But now we’ve changed, and so has the Left.” “By embracing identity politics and victimhood they became the tattletales and we became by default the troublemakers,” he said.

And it’s far worse than even Greg is saying..  The liberals in the dominantly liberal mainstream media (i.e. CNN, and MSNBC) have NO sense of humor, and are the real fascists in this country.  If you cross them, they’ll bully you.  As for CNN’s Jim Acosta..  He Tweeted, “..he (i.e. Trump) is instead involved in juvenile behavior far below the dignity of his office.  We will keep doing our jobs.  He should start doing his.”  Wow!!  What a self-righteous, arrogant prick!!  If I were Trump or the Press Secretary, I’d revoke Jim’s press credentials immediately.  Nowhere in the First Amendment does it require the White House to automatically give some press member access to the White House, despite what media would have you believe.  All the First Amendment says is, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press…”  The media can say whatever it wants.  But, nowhere in there does it say the executive branch can’t restrict access to the President.  Nowhere.  It’s time the Trump White House cut off access to tools like Jim Acosta.

Greg Gutfeld: Stone Age liberals

Last week a liberal writer from Newsweek criticized me on Twitter over something I said on “The Five,” writing: “Your premise is factually incorrect. But keep cashing those checks.” To which I responded: “I direct deposit.” Yeah, I won that round. I left the poor guy on the ground in silence, dazed by my pithy genius. But later, I found his tweet actually generating a revelation in my slightly buzzed brain. While the guy might consider his insult (“keep cashing those checks”) a real bruiser, it was old. Tired. Not relevant in this day and age. “Keep cashing those checks” is something you might have heard someone say in the era before direct deposit — so it’s exactly what you’d hear from a liberal who’s fallen behind, who’s been passed by, who’s been trampled by the boots of progress. He might as well have made a withering comment about my CD collection. Or scolded me for not owning an encyclopedia. Or suggested I get a second landline for my computer. I wonder if he still calls the movie theater for correct show times. It would be cute if he did. His tweet, in short, was a neat little reminder of where liberals are today: in the past. They’re operating in a bygone era, so when confronted by the present, all they do is fret about the things they don’t understand. And so they are stuck, repeating the same grade (likely sophomore year) over and over again. They don’t like a president who tweets, or right-wing radicals who get book deals, or lesbians who voted for Trump. They don’t understand why identity politics isn’t resonating anymore after demanding we all bow before the altar of political correctness for decades. They don’t get it: No one cares who you’re sleeping with anymore, or what percentage of you is Cameroonian. No one cares if you require one of 50 different pronouns, or that you get easily triggered by words and images from action films. That’s the past. No one cares about who you are anymore. We only care about what you do. (A piece of advice to the young social justice warrior: You may think people care about who you are. They don’t. If you’re trafficking in identity politics, then you’re likely surrounded by people just like you. Which means everyone is in it for the same reason: not to listen, but to be heard. So they aren’t listening to you either. Get a life outside your grievances.) Liberals are still clinging to the old ways of the easy, protestable past. For so long, they were embraced by the media for their emotional candor that they mistakenly think the public finds their outdated outbursts romantic or daring. But the public doesn’t. To them, the whiny public service announcement videos, the Funny or Die detritus and long-winded emotional speeches at awards shows are as old and musty as your grandma’s rotary phone. Their threats of boycotts come off as edgy as a Harvey Wallbanger or a warm bottle of Zima. It’s why Meryl Streep impressed so few people outside the Golden Globes auditorium. We all saw it coming, because we’d seen it before. You wanna shock us, Ms. Streep? Have lunch at Applebee’s. Meanwhile, have you seen the response to the protesters during the Cabinet hearings? No, because there hasn’t been any. No one cares about those protests — except for their moments of comic relief. As I said on The Five, such protesters are now the rodeo clowns of politics. They are there to break up the monotony of long hearings and boring speeches. All that’s missing is the barrel they can climb into after their performances. These pathetic tantrums might have worked in the 1990s, but now they come off as the opposite of persuasion. The world has seen this all before, and after eight years of fomented fury, we know it’s all orchestrated baloney with no substance behind it. And so as we approach the inauguration, such tantrums will grow more intense, but less and less interesting. They will feel as old and clunky as a disposable camera, or that stack of VHS tapes you once used to record your favorite episodes of “Get A Life.” And yeah — you can take that to the bank. Or direct deposit it.

As usual, Greg Gutfeld absolutely nails it with his dry wit and sarcasm.  Greg is a go-host of “The Five” on the Fox News channel, and is the host of his own weekend show on Fox News.  Excellent!!   🙂

Greg Gutfeld: Obama slams Fox News (and rings the division bell, for the last time)

In a recent interview in that reprehensible wad of trash called Rolling Stone, President Obama pinpointed why the Democrats lost the election. He blamed it on Fox News. He initially blamed his own party for its inability to connect with voters, but then he couldn’t help himself. He did what he’s done in the past when faced with denial or defeat: He targeted my place of employment. Yes, his party sucks for losing, he says. But then he adds: “Part of it is Fox News in every bar and restaurant in big chunks of the country.” So, where to begin? First, let’s call BS on this observation. If Barack Obama actually traveled the United States, he’d laugh at his own words. It’s true that “big chunks” watch Fox News, but they don’t have it on in their bars and restaurants, because those who are not leftists are usually not outwardly political. They have no desire to enforce their views on you. And perhaps they’re used to keeping their views to themselves because people like Obama often mock them for having them. Trump’s outgoingness may have changed this, but for the most part, the average non-liberal would rather talk pets than politics. For the left, it’s always been the reverse. For them, the personal is always political, and they have no choice but to infect every arena in life with their strident opinions. Whether it’s in the work cafeteria, at Thanksgiving dinner or at a play date with assorted brats … if you’re a strong, dedicated progressive, every moment in life is simply an opportunity for proclaiming evidence of your heroic, sensitive belief system. Those of us who aren’t liberals have no such reflex. When I’m among friends or strangers and politics comes up, I generally find a way to subvert or deviate from debate. I tell a joke. I say something stupid. I comment on my assorted body aches. It’s essentially what I do on The Five. True, as you enter the political season, this changes. People talked more politics in the back half of 2016, because that’s when this subject’s Super Bowl hits. People were talking Trump, because it was no different from talking about the next heavyweight champion, or a leading NASCAR driver. It’s not political, it’s just the season for it. It’s a topic for friendly or pointless conversation to pass time while ordering a sandwich. But because Obama is a progressive, and because he’s surrounded by progressives, he projects their sense of political urgency and identity onto his political adversaries. He assumes we’re all just like him, only in reverse. But we aren’t, and he can’t see it, because he is a victim of the very disease that he accuses others of having: divisideria. In the Rolling Stone interview, he accuses Fox News and others of lying to foment division. That’s ironic, given that he’s saying these things in Rolling Stone, the rag that peddled a massive lie (the UVA rape hoax) that ruined lives, and the same rag that put the Boston Bomber in heroic pose on its cover. You can’t get a better mix of deceit and divisiveness than that. The bottom line: The division began decades ago, when the left made politics a measure of your morality. (It’s no surprise it sprang up when Rolling Stone did, too.). If you weren’t like them, you were immoral. You were not simply wrong, as the saying goes, you were evil — a point made often by Charles Krauthammer and Dennis Prager. This began after World War II, when young Americans had the time to turn politics into an all-consuming hobby of emotional activity. No one on the right ever pulled this kind of stuff on the left. True, some held on to bad ideas, but some on the left did, too. We just assumed they were wrong. They saw us as damned. Or as Hillary said, irredeemable. That paved the way for her excruciating loss. You can’t win over people you just sentenced to a life of being deplorable. This narrow, highly destructive sensibility exists still, even after Trump’s beatdown. Comedians, singers and assorted talking heads continue to crap on Trump voters, reducing them to some braying, mindless, bigoted mob. But the more they do this, the more Trump supporters they create. Their simplistic, single-minded arrogance reveals the debilitating irrelevance they feel when the country no longer listens to their whine. Oh, yes … in the good old days, it used to be that you could call someone a bigot, a sexist or simply evil — and it mattered. But the left called it all too much, abusing their power, so it’s no longer believable. It’s as if a superhero had only one single gift (call it “bigot-smearing”), and Trump arrived with the kryptonite. So you’re left with a President Obama — a smart, gifted man — ending his tenure bitterly chatting to a pathetic, marginal magazine about a network he believes gave the country President-elect Trump. He’s lost the plot. All Trump did was galvanize and organize a group of people tired of being villain-shamed by the arrogant and the elite. The fact that this group happened to watch Fox News is simply a correlation, not a cause. But by blaming Fox News, it at least helps the outgoing president achieve one thing: not having to blame himself.

Exactly!!  Obama is such a tool..  And, as usual, Greg Gutfeld nails it here.  Greg his is own show on weekends on the Fox News channel, and is part of the team on Fox News’ The Five show Mon-Fri.  Excellent!!