Gutfeld: The 'Heroes and Zeroes' of the Las Vegas Massacre
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the "heroes" and "zeroes" in the aftermath of the Las Vegas massacre.
He praised the police officers and first responders, some of whose actions were publicized through released body camera footage.
"Remember when bodycams were used to capture police infractions? But, here they reveal men running into a hail of bullets. Pure heroism that vastly dwarfs the abuses that the media magnifies," he said.
Gutfeld showed the story of one U.S. Marine veteran who stole a pickup truck in order to ferry dozens of wounded concertgoers to the hospitals to help EMS folks.
On the "zeroes" side, Gutfeld said a Drexel University professor blamed the shooting on "white men... when they don't get what they want."
George Ciccariello-Maher said that white men are told they are entitled to everything, and that the attack is what happens when they don't get what they want.
"This is the same ghoul who called for white genocide," Gutfeld said of the West Philadelphia educator.
Gutfeld also mentioned a Vermont newspaper which ran a cartoon that showed dead bodies with the caption, "what happens in Vegas..."
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