On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld reacted to the racially-charged college protests that are sweeping across the nation.

He pointed out that the University of Missouri student body president, who's at the center of the unrest at Mizzou, has now apologized for spreading the false rumor that the Ku Klux Klan was on campus.

"When hate becomes a hoax, divisive 'deceptors' just say, 'Well, it's happening somewhere,'" Gutfeld said, adding that cowardly administrators indulged such lies by ousting Mizzou's president and chancellor.

"These aren't babies but students who wish to be treated like babies," Gutfeld said. "The entire campus needs a giant pair of pampers."

He said if students are complaining that the First Amendment creates an unsafe learning environment, then they should be offered a "sanctuary campus" - a lawless, segregated playpen for infants who reject rule of law and agreed upon authority.

"In weeks, it'll be nothing more than a violent dystopia of imploding maniacs - providing the world a much-needed lesson: that fascism flourishes in the absence of guts."

Watch the "Five" co-hosts discuss above.

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