Gutfeld: Media Asks About Gay Weddings, But Not Islamic Intolerance
Greg Gutfeld wondered tonight on "The Five" why it took six years for two Army privates shot at the Little Rock Army Recruitment Center to receive their Purple Hearts.
"Pvt. William Long was killed and Pvt. Quinton Ezeagwula was wounded when a radical Muslim opened fire on them," Gutfeld explained. "Why did it take so long? Well, the administration thought it didn't occur in combat, despite the shooter declaring his jihadism, which sounds combative to me."
"The media asks if a candidate would attend a gay wedding, but not his thoughts on Islamic intolerance," Gutfeld asserted.
Gutfeld said that the 2016 race will be more about priorities than politics.
"The Dems offer an inverse pyramid, a teetering joke that at its top is 'climate change,' which is really retribution. Then, 'economic inequality,' which is really retribution. And then, 'justice,' which is, yes, retribution," Gutfeld said. "See that tiny space on the bottom, marked 'other,' that's where you might find terror, next to gum disease of the aardvark."
"No wonder it took so long for an act of war to be deemed so," he stated. "In this pyramid, such matters are not visible until the whole thing collapses and surely it will."
Watch Gutfeld's monologue in the clip above.