Gutfeld: 'A Violent Crime Is a Hate Crime, No Matter Who the Victim Is'
Four people who allegedly live streamed themselves tying up and torturing a mentally handicapped man while yelling “F*** Donald Trump” and “F*** white people” have been charged with multiple felonies, including hate crimes.
In his monologue on "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld said these "ghouls" deserve to be charged with hate crimes, and anyone who tries to debate that is revealing their own bias.
"These days, a hate crime must always validate assumptions about a bigoted America. Meaning, the crime must be perpetrated by angry whites who voted for Trump," Gutfeld said.
He that that this crime does not fit in with the accepted media narrative.
"It's black on white crime, there's no hijab on the victim," he said.
He said that an evil crime like this should not divide us over how it's classified, but unite us horror and the need for "clear-eyed punishment."
"A violent crime is a hate crime, no matter who the victim is."
Watch the monologue above, and share your thoughts in the comments.