Gutfeld: 'Doonesbury' Creator Thinks Charlie Hebdo Staff Asked for Murders
“Doonesbury” creator Garry Trudeau was honored with a lifetime achievement award at the George Polk Awards Friday, where he said that the cartoons made by the slain Charlie Hebdo staff “wandered into the realm of hate speech.”
Greg Gutfeld remarked that this must have been easy for him to say.
“When was the last time Garry ever upset anyone? This twerp has been a beneficiary of left-wing welfare forever, cultivating his career by parroting every progressive trope. He's as safe as milk,” Gutfeld said.
Gutfeld said that the creation of the phrase “hate speech” has allowed “so-called defenders of free speech [to] have a way out of defending speech.”
“Ripping Islam is like yelling ‘fire’ in a crowded theater. Funny how Garry never felt that way about anti-Christian smears. Trudeau is a true Islamophobe, for he holds Islam to a lower standard than the rest of us. To him, his French peers asked for their murders. Maybe they should have just bravely mocked Republicans instead,” Gutfeld said.