On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld reacted to the horrific Chattanooga attack, stating that Americans need to stop psychoanalyzing terrorists.

"Apparently, the Chattanooga fiend felt that his life was worthless," Gutfeld said. "The New York Times headline [read], 'In Chattanooga, young man in downward spiral.'"

Gutfeld explained that there are a lot of people who feel like their lives are terrible, but they don't commit heinous acts on others.

"He may be worthless, but the five people he killed were not. That's the math loved by ghouls," he said. "Death in numbers. Infamy is their ticket to immortality, and it's achievable."

Gutfeld stated that the solution is to deny the Chattanooga gunman infamy by shutting down his story like the disease it is.

"Let the tale die," he said.

Watch Gutfeld's monologue and "The Five" co-hosts' reactions above.

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