Co-host of Fox News’s show "The Five," Greg Gutfeld, blasted New York Governor Kathy Hochul this week for her inaction regarding the level of criminal activity New York City is repetitively facing.
Gutfeld called Hochul a "moron" and said she needs to "shut up."
Gutfeld went on a rant about the choking death of Jordan Neely on a New York City subway.
He's DONE Tolerating it...
"Neely was held down and choked to death by a 24-year-old Marine after Neely allegedly screamed at passengers on the subway and multiple bystanders moved to restrain him," reported Mediaite. "The medical examiner ruled Neely’s death a homicide and the New York DA has said an investigation is ongoing into whether or not to charge the Marine.
Gutfeld’s rant was in response to Hochul saying, "I do want to acknowledge how horrific it was to view a video of Jordan Neely being killed for being a passenger on our subway trains."
"When you say that could be you, governor, you should be talking about the bystanders who are now the target of losers like you, Hochul. That could be you. You could be the bystander on the train who decided to share the risk and do something to save somebody else. And you could be the target. That could be you. That’s the story, you moron!" Gutfeld ranted.
Gutfeld accused the left of "hamstringing" the police and creating a vacuum where vigilantes have to step in.
Gutfeld's rant continued:
So this revolution threw chaos. Burn it all down is endless, no matter what happens. Right? Right. Obama got elected. Burn it all down. Right. The police improve. They start training. They start doing better things. You have a majority-minority force. Burn it all down. Doesn’t matter. You know, in the minds of the radical left, it’s always going to be ‘burn it down.’ Now we’re seeing more videos of the deceased, right, accosting people using homophobic language, the F-word, that F-word, the N-word.
It’s strange. This beloved street performer, this beloved Michael Jackson performer is a relentless menace. And the media did not want to tell you he was a relentless menace and it was only going to happen this way.
This was not the beginning of this story. This was the end of the story. The city had this problem for years, this show. A few others were the canary in the coal mine. It wasn’t The view. It wasn’t AOC. Hochul scoffed when we brought up the crime stuff during the election, remember? She said it was played up. And now she’s sitting there acting like she’s compassionate. Shut up! It’s her incompetence, her inaction that created this moment in time where young men, young men stepped up and did the job she was too cowardly to manage or do.
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