Gutfeld: There Is No 'Islamophobia' When You're Extinguishing a Wildfire
On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld slammed President Obama for pleading with the media to offer perspective in the wake of the Paris terror attacks.
Gutfeld pointed out how Obama never asks the media for perspective when emotional responses aid him, whether it's related to climate change, guns or even his own popularity.
"When the press fell head over heels for him, he never said, 'A little perspective guys, I'm not all that,'" Gutfeld said. "Nope: When it's his crusade, you better lick that boot."
He explained that those who are concerned about terrorism are painted by the media and the Democratic Party as fear mongers.
"Time to prepare for evil. You aren't living in fear, but learning to be feared," Gutfeld said. "The Islamists are mindless droids programmed by ideology and numbed by fenethylline. It's not a 'them' anymore, it's just an 'it.'"
"And there is no 'Islamophobia' when you're extinguishing a wildfire. So when the president says, 'This is not who we are,' remind him that it goes both ways. We may not be who you are. Good for us."
Watch the "Five" co-hosts discuss above.
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