G. McConway
August 17, 2023

Greg Gutfeld Creates Media Outrage Over ‘Sexist’ Rant

Leave it up to Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld to get the entire liberal horde in need of a safe space.

Gutfeld suggested that many of the “problems” facing society right now would disappear if the women took a week off, reported CNN.

It took about five seconds for liberal media outlets to go after him.

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Most of the things that Gutfeld says are tongue-in-cheek, specifically to elicit a reaction.

I believe this was no different but he was making a point that we are seeing so many people that are in charge going soft on crime, and many of these people on the Democrat side just happen to be women.

He stated, “What would happen if all the women took a ladies' week off and they went to Venus … How many of these problems would still exist?”

To my earlier point, Gutfeld, in referencing Judge Jeanine Pirro, who is notably hard on crime, he stated, “I know this is offensive to the judge because she thinks like a dude.”

Gutfeld finished his rant, stating, “What I’m saying is that we have gotten so soft and it is because we have decided that discipline and punishment is wrong,” reported CBS News.

Gutfeld being accused of being a sexist is nothing new, as you can see a long list of rants categorized as “sexist” on YouTube.

Gutfeld has never apologized, and I would not expect him to anytime soon.

From what I saw of the rant, Pirro was laughing about it, but the video cut off before I could see the reaction of the other women on the panel that day.

Fox News has not responded to requests for comments, and I would not expect Gutfeld to back down from his comments.

I think Fox will give him a long leash, as he is one of the most popular hosts on the network, and Fox News simply cannot afford to lose him after the Tucker Carlson debacle.

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