On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld revealed the truth about the gang members who protected stores during Baltimore's violent riots on Monday. 

Gutfeld stated that several rival gangs came together to stop the looting from happening in stores that were targeted by rioters. 

He explained that The New York Times reported that "some Bloods had stood in front of black-owned stores to protect them from looting or vandalism...they pointed [rioters] toward Chinese- and Arab-owned stores." 

"I guess it was just a coincidence that 42 Asian shops were destroyed," Gutfeld quipped. "So how is this not a bigger story and what happens when a fact like that rears its ugly head?" 

He noted that Dana Perino was a guest on "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" last night, where they discussed the truce among the gangs.  

While on the show, Perino shared the disturbing report from The New York Times and they allegedly cut that part out, Gutfeld stated.

"But maybe they chopped it for time, or, because Dana was so small they couldn't even see her, or perhaps it tainted the narrative, so it was the first thing to go," Gutfeld remarked.

Watch Gutfeld's monologue and see "The Five" co-hosts' reaction in the clip above.

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