Greg Gutfeld said Monday on "The Five" that if Democrats really think simple belief trumps due process for allegations against people like Justice Brett Kavanaugh, then they should stick to that line of thought at all times.

"If Democrats prefer belief over due process, then put a ring on it," he said. "Democrats should believe any allegation against themselves. No [due] process, just punishment for you."

Gutfeld was reacting to Hawaii Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono, who famously said that all women have a right to "be believed" when they accuse men of misconduct.

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Earlier this month, she also told American men to "shut up and step up." 

He also referenced Democrats who have floated the idea of further investigating Kavanaugh in case they find he should be impeached.

House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jerrold Nadler of New York said impeachment could be a secondary recourse if his party retakes Congress in November.

"It is not something we are eager to do. But the Senate having failed to do its proper constitutionally mandated job of advise and consent, we are going to have to do something to provide a check and balance, to protect the rule of law and to protect the legitimacy of one of our most important institutions," Nadler, of Manhattan, told the New York Times.

"You want impeachment [of Kavanaugh], why don't you just reelect Trump while you're at it," Gutfeld remarked.

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