Greg Gutfeld and the panel on "The Five" reacted to the latest commentary on the accusation of assault against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Palo Alto University Prof. Christine Ford alleged that Kavanaugh forced himself on her at a party in Bethesda, Md. in 1982.

In response, Hawaii Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono said men are "perpetuating all of these kinds of actions."

"I just want to say to the men in this country: Just shut up and step up! Do the right thing for a change," Hirono, 70, said.

Gutfeld said Hirono should not be "generalizing" on the basis of gender, "unless you include your husband in 'the men in this country.'"

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MSNBC host Rachel Maddow interviewed Hillary Clinton on the Kavanaugh matter, asking about "due process" for accusers and referencing allegations of assault against Bill Clinton.

Hillary said all accusations should be taken "on their own merits" and that there should be "due process for everyone involved."

"That was genius. She spun due process for her accused Bill into due process for Dr. Ford," Gutfeld said.

"The Democrats have gone from Borking one man to Borking a system," he said, referring to Robert Bork, whose nomination for the high court was rejected by the Senate in 1987 after strong Democratic opposition.

Watch the monologue above and the debate between Jesse Watters and Juan Williams.

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