Greg Gutfeld and the panel on "The Five" reacted to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) announcing his run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 on Tuesday, and his pointed criticism of potential independent candidate Howard Schultz.

"Why is he on so many television stations?... Because he is a billionaire," Sanders said of Schultz, the former longtime CEO of Starbucks Coffee.

Sanders said Sunday that he knows a "lot of people who work hard for a living" but get paid only $50,000 a year and still "know more about politics than Mr. Schultz."

He blasted the "corrupt political system" that allows Schultz to gain prominence.

'There Was a Narrative to Be Promoted': Shapiro on Contrast Between Coverage of Smollett Case, Attack on Jewish Man in NYC

Sen. Graham on McCabe-Rosenstein 25th Amendment Talk: 'One of Most Significant Moments in History If True'

Gutfeld said that it was "rich" to see a "socialist call a capitalist dangerous."

"[Sanders] fails to see that his platform only ends in misery," Gutfeld said. "Socialism is great at promising something but has no idea how to fulfill its promises."

He said socialism always ends up in "coercion, misery, and ultimately death," naming Venezuela, Cambodia, the former East Germany, and U.S.S.R. as examples.

Watch more above.

'It Kills the Middle Class': Carney & Judge Nap on the Left Attacking Religion

Republicans 'Pounce!': Tucker Takes on Media's Favorite Word to Describe GOP