On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld reacted to the death of NYPD Officer Randolph Holder, who was shot and killed while chasing a gunman during a gang battle in Harlem.

"This five-year veteran displayed the usual sacrifice seen from law enforcement, running at trouble, not away," Gutfeld said.

He said that police officers' responses in such situations are always under fire, figuratively in the media and literally in the street.

"You can thank gangs, who always get a pass from our loudest outrage merchants," Gutfeld said. "Recipients of 'tolerance welfare,' gangs are viewed as cultural, not criminal."

He noted that Holder's killer had been arrested at least 15 times and was back on the street due to a program made to shrink the prison population.

Gutfeld said that Holder was the fourth New York City officer killed in the past 11 months, while nationwide, 101 officers have been killed this year, a 15 percent jump from last year.

"True, we do live in safer times. Yet we cannot deny an atmospheric change," Gutfeld said. "As a subversive crusade against law enforcement rages, the callow media trains new generations to hate those who die to protect us."

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