Gutfeld Goes Nuclear On LIVE TV – Co-Hosts Blindsided

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Greg Gutfeld, the presenter of Fox News, lost it when he saw that tapes showing President Biden’s frequent expressions of bewilderment had been altered in an unethical way by the left-wing media.

This past weekend, at a fundraiser in Los Angeles co-hosted by former President Barack Obama, President Biden seemed to freeze up and look into the crowd. Obama was spotted snatching the president’s wrist and carrying him off the stage while Biden looked out into the crowd.

Only a few days prior, Biden seemed disoriented during his meeting with international leaders at the G7 conference in Italy. Italian Prime Minister Meloni had to usher Biden back to the gathering after he was spotted staring off into space.

The public was alarmed by Biden’s most recent confused outbursts, so CBS News made up an excuse to call the video “cheap fakes” and falsely claimed they were expertly edited.


“Where were these anti-hoaxers when there was the ‘fine people hoax,’ the ‘drinking bleach hoax,’ the ‘koi pond hoax,’ the ‘migrant kids in cages hoax,’ the ‘border patrol whipping migrants hoax,’ the ‘lab leak is a conspiracy theory hoax,’ the ‘Russian collusion hoax,’ the ‘Don’t Say Gay Bill hoax’ … did I leave any — the ‘Pee Tape hoax,” Gutfeld said in a fiery rant. “Where were they?”

“There is a difference,” he continued. “When we see something, we vet it. The media does not because they’re the engine behind their hoaxes as long as they go in one direction.”

“The Dems and the media are lucky we don’t match their dishonesty. We could. We don’t,” Gutfeld concluded, arguing that conservatives didn’t have to be dishonest to make Biden look old and frail. “We don’t have to, because basically we don’t have to make up crap. Apparently, though, they hold us to a higher standard than they hold themselves.”

Gutfeld continued by elaborating on how liberal arguments stem from a belief in one’s own moral superiority.

“They can call you Hitler, they can interfere with elections, they can wage unprecedented lawfare, they can say you’re banning books, they can say you’re xenophobic, they can say you don’t have any compassion for the homeless, they can say anything. They can lie, because they have the ‘moral high ground,’” he said.

“The most dangerous person is one who excuses their bad actions in the name of the good, especially when the good never materializes,” Gutfeld followed up.




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