Fox News’ “The Five” found itself with entertainment gold as the host got into another one of the show’s iconic heated arguments on air. Liberal host Jessica Tarlov was seen on the set having a heated debate with her co-hosts as she tried to defend the millions of dollars that Hunter Biden has allegedly made by using his father’s name and influence.
“The Five” was discussing the recent testimony from Devon Archer, a Hunter Biden business associate, when all hell broke loose. “So the testimony, and he wasn’t under oath, but he still wasn’t allowed to lie to them, was terrible for the Republicans,” Tarlov said. “He was asked if someone concluded from the 1023 form, that you all think is so important, that Joe Biden was bribed. ‘Would you disagree with that? Yeah, I would.’ Devin Archer said that.”
The lengths to which Tarlov was willing to reach to defend the Biden family were truly amazing. For fans viewing, she offered a stark reminder of the attenuated that millions of Americans still hold to politics, treating it like a spectator sport where her side could never be in the wrong and should not be held accountable for their actions.
Jesse Waters was quick to counter that the issue that Tarlov was speaking of was simply something that Devin Archer was not present for, but her partisan mindset would not allow for sure a rational end to the conversation. “Then Devin Archer is it either the crux of the puzzle that shows that this is a mob family or he doesn’t matter,” she said.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Watters and Tarlov got in another spat over the case that liberal prosecutors are bringing against Donald Trump. It all started with Tarlov claiming that the conservative movement is comparable to a cult. “I don’t think it’s a cult but I think that Donald Trump holds an almost mystical level of power and control over a large swath of the Republican base and they are immune to taking in new information, new negative information, new dangerous information, new potentially criminal information about him.”
Watters responded saying, “Yeah, it is a good argument that he’s not allowed to have those documents. He can’t decide when he declassifies them. He admitted that on tape, which is going to be a huge piece of evidence in this, so stop using the Presidential Records Act.”
Finally, Watters hilariously ended the argument by threatening to smack Tarlov with the printed evidence that he held. “I am glad I printed it out! Thank God I printed it out ’cause I’m about to smack you with the act in a second.”
This kind of exchange is exactly what has made “The Five” one of the most-watched shows on television. As long as the hosts can remain fiery and ready to snap at a moment’s notice, the show will always be near the top of ratings.
And it wasn’t just “The Five” that almost turned to fisticuffs when Tarlov started snapping in defense of Hunter. “Outnumbered” also exploded when Tarlov and the conservatives got in a fight over the issue. Watch that here:
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