Greg Gutfeld slammed the “establishment media” tonight in the wake of a horrific double-murder in Florida.

Gutfeld brought up a case in Haines City, Fla., where a mother and daughter – Patricia Moran and Deborah Royal – were viciously murdered. The suspects were caught, but not before Sheriff Grady Judd spoke of preparing for gunfire. Judd’s remarks irked a reporter, who asked him if he regretted his harsh language.

Judd told the reporter he didn't regret his comments, adding, "Make no mistake about it. There’s nothing about politically correct in a gun fight. There’s nothing about politically correct when you are keeping people alive and well and safe."

“Why is this story important? Because it reveals how the establishment media is so fixated on ‘backlash’ at the expense of victims,” Gutfeld said. “The reporter’s concern after thugs killed two women was insensitive language.”

Gutfeld said that those who obsess over Islamophobia also ignore the 1,400 cases of sex abuse in England, perpetrated by Pakistani gangs.

“This happens in a world where victimizers matter more than victims, their protection provided by cartoonish exercises in tolerance,” he said. “Terrorists are glammed up in Rolling Stone, as root causes of recent gunmen are defended by tenured apologists. Meanwhile, victims are forgotten, reporters ask dumb questions, and one sheriff finally had enough. Good for him.”

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