Gutfeld: Obama Doesn't Connect the Dots in Hiroshima
President Obama became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima today.
Today on The Five, Greg Gutfeld said Obama implied dropping two atomic bombs on Japan in World War Two "was immoral, unjustified, even though it saved millions of American and Japanese lives."
Gutfeld said Obama "not connecting the one dot that two bombs prevented a longer, more horrible end is petulant, but predictable."
He said that the 44 percent of Americans who disapprove of the bombing should consider the "hundreds of thousands of Purple Hearts that were manufactured for our planned 1945 invasion of Japan which never took place."
"Why didn't it? The bombs."
"Ironically, if we had invaded, the folks who disapproved of it now might not be here to take a survey, because their grandparents would have died on a beach before procreating."
Watch the full monologue above, and remember to watch The Greg Gutfeld Show on Saturdays at 10 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel!