Wait, What?! Singer Writes 'Love Poem' for Dzhokhar
Amanda Palmer is getting a lot of attention for what the crew on The Five called a 'disgusting' display of egotism.
On Monday's The Five, Greg Gutfeld reacted to a poem making its way around the internet. The reason? It was written for one of the most notorious men in America: Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. In it, Palmer seems to sympathize with the suspected bomber. Gutfeld didn't hide his disdain for the, er, editorial endeavor and its author.
"What a hopeless loser. Maybe she'll marry the guy," he said.
Sympathizers like Palmer, Gutfeld asserted, perpetuate what he termed the belief that "a life of obscurity is inferior to a life of infamy."
Dana Perino also let her rebuke be known for Palmer's indulgence in 'getting her emotions out,' saying she stopped reading the poem at the line: "You don't know how orgasmic the act of taking in a lungful of oxygen is until they hold your head under the water." "It's disgusting," she said.
Gutfeld ultimately concluded, "It's all about her ego ... She's gotten a lot of attention for doing this poem."