Gutfeld: Liberals Refuse to Connect the Dots
On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld slammed liberals after a hardened Al Qaeda fighter who was released from Guantanamo Bay after a decade has now resurfaced as one of the terror group's top leaders in Yemen.
Ibrahim al-Qosi, a Sudanese native who once served as Usama bin Laden's cook, chauffeur and bookkeeper, appeared in the latest propaganda video released this week by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), three years after he was released from the U.S. military facility.
Gutfeld noted that al-Qosi was reportedly placed in a re-integration program upon his release.
"Well, it's a success. He re-integrated... as a cold-blooded monster," Gutfeld said. "So once again, libs refuse to connect the dots."
Gutfeld explained that liberals closed Gitmo without pondering the outcome, the next dot.
"And so, the great liberal failure calls for the predictable conservative rescue, meaning someone's got to hunt him down and kill him because our commander-in-cool let him go," Gutfeld said, adding that this failure to connect the dots mars most liberal ideas.
"And so, we release a mass killer, who boosts the body count around the globe. It's a dot that all of us could connect, except for a dot-challenged president."
Watch the "Five" co-hosts discuss above.
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