Fox News’ The Five Slams NYT Over Corrected Nikki Haley Report: ‘Intentionally Misleading’

The hosts of Fox News’ The Five criticized The New York Times for the report the paper ran on Nikki Haley that was seriously corrected today. The report was originally headlined “Nikki Haley’s View of New York is Priceless. Her Curtains? $52,701,” but it was changed and an editors’ note was added after many online rightly pointed out that this purchase was made during the Obama administration. Jesse Watters called the report an “unbelievable smear and mischaracterization,” and Dana Perino said it only furthers conservative problems with media bias. As an example, she said, “You’ve never seen a bad picture of President Obama. You can find plenty of bad pictures of Republicans.” Greg Gutfeld called the report “intentionally misleading” because the actual article did note the purchase was made during the Obama administration. He said “it’s pretty scummy what they did” and they only corrected it because they were Continue reading "Fox News’ The Five Slams NYT Over Corrected Nikki Haley Report: ‘Intentionally Misleading’"

The Five Rips ‘Egomaniac’ Scarborough: ‘Completely Lost Your Mind’

The hosts of Fox News’ The Five blasted MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough today for his commentary about President Donald Trump on the anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks. In his Washington Post piece today, Scarborough wrote, “For those of us still believing that Islamic extremists hate America because of the freedoms we guarantee to all people, the gravest threat Trump poses to our national security is the damage done daily to America’s image.” Scarborough sort of walked his comments back a little later:

Jeanine Pirro, Greg Gutfeld Go Full Tinfoil Hat: The New York Times Wrote the Op-Ed

Here’s a conspiracy theory so crazy that it’s almost impossible to fathom that it’s gaining steam on one of the major cable news networks: The explosive New York Times op-ed, written anonymously by a senior Trump administration official, was actually written by the New York Times. The entire New York Times editorial board, according to this theory, conspired to invent a Trump administration official, and then wrote and published an op-ed bashing the White House — attributed to their fictional official. Everyone working inside the Trump administration is perfectly happy with the president’s performance, the theory goes, so the Times editorial board must be lying to us. This lunacy was floated by Candace Owens on Fox News Sunday night. Understandable, as Owens is an Infowars alumnus. Dana Perino, appearing alongside Owens, at least appeared skeptical of the claim. Greg Gutfeld, co-host of The Five, endorsed the theory Continue reading "Jeanine Pirro, Greg Gutfeld Go Full Tinfoil Hat: The New York Times Wrote the Op-Ed"

Greg Gutfeld and Juan Williams Have Rare — And Hilarious — Moment of Unity Mocking Trump’s Rhetoric

There was a rare and hilarious moment on The Five today when Fox’s Juan Williams and Greg Gutfeld rebuked Jeanine Pirro with total synchronicity. The weirdness kicked off as Dana Perino led a conversation on Maxine Waters‘ (D-CA) most recent comments about impeaching President Donald Trump. As the panel talked about how the congresswoman enflames both sides of the political aisle with her anti-Trump rhetoric, Pirro said (at around 1:45), “whoever heard of this woman until she started yelling impeach, impeach, impeach?” “Who talks like that!?” Pirro exclaimed. “Donald Trump!” Gutfeld and Williams shot back. The panel broke down with laughter over the tag-team response, though Gutfeld eventually regained enough composure to compare Waters’ impeachment call to the “lock her up” chants at Trump rallies. Pirro, never one to miss out on a chance to attack Hillary Clinton, pushed back by accusing the former 2016 Continue reading "Greg Gutfeld and Juan Williams Have Rare — And Hilarious — Moment of Unity Mocking Trump’s Rhetoric"

Fox News’ Jesse Watters and Greg Gutfeld Tear Into Obama: He’s Guilty of Everything He Accused Trump of

The hosts of Fox News’ The Five today mostly panned former President Barack Obama‘s speech at the University of Illinois today, with Greg Gutfeld and Jesse Watters calling Obama hypocritical. Obama today denounced the politics of division, saying Trump is “a symptom, not the cause.” He railed against the Republican party, encouraged people to get out and vote, and expressed bewilderment at some of what’s been happening under his successor. Gutfeld remarked, “What a contrast in styles… President Obama’s like drinking a dozen piña coladas on the beach. It tastes sweet and it looks like fun, then you throw up all night and remember nothing.” He pointed to Democratic losses under Obama’s presidency and said, “The problem with all of his digs, you don’t have to look very hard to find out that he is guilty of every single one of them.” Gutfeld cited Obama’s criticisms Continue reading "Fox News’ Jesse Watters and Greg Gutfeld Tear Into Obama: He’s Guilty of Everything He Accused Trump of"

Fox News’ Gutfeld: Trump’s a ‘Cable Talk Show Host That Became President’

The hosts of Fox News’ The Five talked about President Donald Trump‘s latest rally and the topics he sounded off on in Indiana. That included him going after the DOJ and FBI, saying, “Our Justice Department and our FBI have to start doing their jobs and doing it right and doing it now, because people are angry. People are angry… What’s happening is a disgrace, and at some point — I wanted to stay out, but at some point, if it doesn’t straighten out properly — I want them to do their jobs — I will get involved.” Jedediah Bila said it’s “refreshing” for her to see “a Republican that does these well,” especially after seeing so many Republicans with communications issues. She added that it’s good he’s not “afraid” to “bring up controversial things.” Mark Steyn praised Trump’s style too, to which Greg Gutfeld said, Continue reading "Fox News’ Gutfeld: Trump’s a ‘Cable Talk Show Host That Became President’"

Greg Gutfeld Brags: President Trump Was ‘Radicalized’ By Fox News

During a conversation on The Five about Donald Trump‘s war with the “fake news” media, Greg Gutfeld said the president was “radicalized” by Fox News. As Gutfeld spoke to his colleagues about what Trump chooses what to talk about and what not talk about via Twitter, he said the president has basically transformed the White House into a Fox News-ish media criticism operation.
“Trump was radicalized by something, okay, because he was a Democrat for a long time. He was fairly, he was pro-choice, liberal and many things. He was radicalized. What was he radicalized by? Us. Fox News…All he’s doing is what we do, which is we bash the media. So he has turned the White House into a kinda like an alternative Fox show, where he sits there, and he rips the media.”
So…yeah. Intriguing choice of words there. The video speaks for itself. Watch above, Continue reading "Greg Gutfeld Brags: President Trump Was ‘Radicalized’ By Fox News"