Greg Gutfeld Goes Off On Media: ‘Hypocrites Who Pick And Choose Their Favorite Protesters’ (VIDEO)

Since the incident at the Capitol last week, the liberal media has been going out of its mind.

You may have noticed that these same people had a very different reaction to this than they did to the riots that we saw unfold throughout last year as Antifa and BLM burned various American cities.

This week on The Five, Greg Gutfeld went on a rant about this.

The Blaze reports:

Fiery Greg Gutfeld destroys media ‘hypocrites who pick and choose their favorite protesters’: ‘This is a red-pilled America’

“The Five” host delivered a passionate 4-minute tirade this week about the importance of condemning all political violence.

“Vandalism and looting, whether it’s in D.C. or Portland, SoHo, Kinosha, Minneapolis, Seattle – it’s all bad no matter who’s doing it,” Gutfeld stated. “So we must remain consistent. That’s what makes us different from the rest. We don’t play favorites with mobs. The other side does, but we don’t.”

“It’s hard for me personally because I was outraged over violence every single day this summer. I saw my neighborhood trashed,” Gutfeld admitted. The TV host then proclaimed that he must “condemn” the unrest at the Capitol “equally because we aren’t them. We are better than them.”…

“Americans do not need lectures from hypocrites in hair and makeup who pick and choose their favorite protesters,” Gutfeld blistered liberal media pundits. “So I’m glad Democrats are finally outraged by this disgusting behavior. Join the club! I’ve been there for a year! I do not play favorites with mobs.”

See the videos below:

Gutfeld’s analysis of the media is spot on.

It’s nearly impossible to take such hypocrisy seriously.

 

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