Two years ago at the U.N., President Barack Obama said, "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam."

“What a prophet he was,” Greg Gutfeld said this evening. “For the Paris paper that had mocked Muhammad, 12 futures no longer belong.”

While we condemn the barbarism of the attack on Charlie Hebdo, Gutfeld said that “condemnation after the fact is what the timid always do.”

Gutfeld said there is a contradiction: bigotry in the U.S. is rejected, but international intolerance is culturally off-limits.

“So instead of condemning intolerance, we blame ourselves. […] We are a nation whose callow leaders are quick to condemn Islamophobia, less so the Islamo-violence that precedes it.”

Gutfeld recalled Ben Affleck’s appearance on Bill Maher’s show, where Affleck “called anyone a bigot who dared to expose radical Islam.”

“It's Affleck's mentality – a moral blindness to the evil in front of you – that our enemies cherish. I expect a dumbass actor to possess it, but not a president.”

Watch the monologue above.