“The Five” co-host Greg Gutfeld, seen by many as one of the few remaining reasons to watch Fox News, unleashed a torrent of important questions in the immediate aftermath of revelations made public by the Durham Report.
On Monday, the years-long investigation into the origins of the “Russian Collusion” narrative confirmed rumors and reports about the complex web of lies and machinations between Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, the Obama White House, and multiple intelligence agencies.
With this at the forefront, Gutfelf called out the people responsible for lying and cheating and then had the gall to suppress the voices of those who dared question it.
“If you have people saying that the country will not survive Trump, then your moral duty is to cheat. Right?” Gutfeld began. “And you should cheat. Like if somebody believes is telling everybody that this person is a modern-day Hitler, it is your duty to do whatever is possible to stop him. In fact, if you actually play by the rules, you’re a traitor. Right?”
Take a look at the epic monologue below:
“So, they created a devil that was so big and so vast that made all actions permissible,” he went on. “And it made every institution as, as the judge was saying, subject to suspicion, right? So you can bury stories, you can create hoaxes, you can fund smears, it could go anywhere because this person must be stopped. It’s Hitler! An existential threat. And so what happens is now we’re left and none of it’s true? And so we had a half-a-decade hoax that infected and undermined every institution because we are made to believe this person is evil.”
“And then people make fun of people who are skeptical about an election,” he said. “Why shouldn’t they be skeptical about an election when the DOJ and the FBI and the mainstream media and the tech companies and the Chamber of Commerce are all in on the same thing.”
“Why shouldn’t the election be called into question? Right?” he then asked. “Shouldn’t a hero try to fix the election? Right? Shouldn’t a hero do that? If you’re up against Hitler, that’s where we ended up. And you can’t go and condemn people for so-called ‘conspiracy theories’ when you were going around telling everybody this guy was worse than Hitler. No.”
Becker News wrote that Gutfeld’s powerful rant came right at the time the fake conservative media outlet was trying to get away from the 2020 election. It has recently settled an expensive court case and seemingly related firing of its most popular personality, Tucker Carlson.
Becker News wrote:
The Fox News co-host’s rant flies in the face of the pivot of the network away from pro-Trump coverage and away from questioning the 2020 election following a $750 million dollar lawsuit settlement with Dominion Voting Systems.
Tucker Carlson, who was depositioned for the lawsuit, lost his popular primetime cable news show in the fallout, leading some media observers to believe that it may in part be connected to his 2020 election coverage. Rupert Murdoch, Chairman of Fox Corporation, in his own deposition was highly critical of the Fox News’ coverage, even going so far as to state news “news networks should not knowingly broadcast lies.”
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