Gutfeld: 'What's Worse: Hill's Treatment of Emails or Bill's Treatment of Females?'
On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld reacted to the revelation that Hillary Clinton's private email server contained more highly classified intelligence than previously thought.
Gutfeld asserted that the Democratic presidential front-runner has broken at least two laws - the illegal storage of classified information and the illegal transmission of classified information - but the media hasn't focused on the investigation or Clinton's "collapsing" campaign.
He said the media is instead pushing the notion that it's rude to even suggest that Clinton committed a crime.
"She's just too big to fail," Gutfeld said, adding that it's time for the investigation to be over, one way or another. "Here's a suggestion: Indict her. Arrest her. Pardon her. Excuse her."
"I mean, what's worse: Hillary's treatment of emails or Bill's treatment of females?" Gutfeld remarked. "Hillary dismissed both and allowed for abuse of both, while lying and denying afterward."
"Emails and females - one served Hill, the other served Bill. Shouldn't that be the news? Or is it a snooze? It's something to ponder before swearing in President Clinton."
Watch the "Five" co-hosts discuss above.