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Gutfeld On George Will Bashing Trump Republicans: “He Likes The Thesaurus A Lot”


On Wednesday's broadcast of FOX News' The Five, Greg Gutfeld weighed in on George Will's new column that blasted "scowling primitives," "vulgarians" for hijacking the conservative moment. "I enjoy George Will's writing," Gutfeld said. "Sometimes it's hard to understand. I think he likes the thesaurus a lot. Anyway, I enjoy his writing but i don't think he's actually trying to convince anyone anymore. I think right now he's kind of just firing the arrows and enjoying the strange new respect from liberals when he does it." "He is definitely no William F. Buckley," Gutfeld said about the conservative columnist. "Buckley would sit and argue and fight. He'd get down and dirty. George Will is above that. He doesn't even wear jeans." The Five co-host Jesse Waters said it doesn't help when he call people in the party that put your president in office names such as vulgarians. He also said supporting a secure border and protecting American jobs isn't vulgar. Will's latest column for the Washington Post is titled: 'Conservatism is soiled by scowling primitives' The controversial passage in Will's latest offering: Today, conservatism is soiled by scowling primitives whose irritable gestures lack mental ingredients. America needs a reminder of conservatism before vulgarians hijacked it, and a hint of how it became susceptible to hijacking. Continue reading… George Will responded to hate mail and reader comments he receives, largely accusing him of being a liberal, in a video included in the column:

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Gutfeld On Brussels Protest Against Trump: “Where’s Your March Against Radical Islam?”


Greg Gutfeld reacts to the protests in Brussels that happened due to President Trump's visit. In March of 2016, Brussels fell victim to a terror attack where 32 civilians were killed by a trio of coordinated suicide bombings. ISIS claimed responsibility. "Brussels. There is a protest against Donald Trump, a march against Donald Trump in Brussels. Where's your march against radical Islam? Brussels, where there are terrorists, where there are cells in Belgium? And they are having a protest against Trump. I would use the finger but I realize it's inappropriate," a flabbergasted Gutfeld said on Wednesday's edition of The Five on the FOX News Channel. "The whole point is to be able to call out radical Islam and risk being called a bigot. That's the gutsiest move that you can make and you should do it whenever possible. When somebody calls you Islamophobic, you say, 'So what. I don't care,'" Gutfeld said. "Islamophobia, the word, is designed to shut people down," he said. "It's time to say screw it."

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Herridge: Comey Had Been Slow Walking Providing Requested Information To Congress On Unmasking


Catherine Herridge reports on Tuesday's broadcast of FNC's The Five: CATHERINE HERRIDGE: he accusation against the former FBI director, and this comes mostly from Republicans, is that he has been sort of slow walking records about the Americans who were identified or unmasked in these intelligence reports and providing them to Congress. And the reason that's a big deal is that everyone in the IC, in the intelligence community knows that there is no bigger, deeper, wider, extensive paper trail than there is when you unmask or identify an American citizen. And it should not take months. It should take weeks if not the course of several days to know who was unmasked and who made those requests and that has not been provided. (via Gateway Pundit)

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‘The Five’ Panel: Nunes Intel Sources Confirmed


Reaction and analysis on 'The Five.' Via Fox News: The White House Thursday invited the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee and the leaders of the Senate intelligence committee to view classified material previously seen by House committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif. In a letter to the House and Senate intelligence committee's chairman and ranking member, White House Counsel Don McGhan offered to "make these documents" available for Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. to inspect. McGhan added that he believed the documents are "necessary to determine whether information collected on U.S. persons was mishandled and leaked," a reference to alleged surveillance of President Trump's campaign staff and transition team. In a response, Schiff told McGhan, "I look forward to reviewing these materials at the earliest opportunity." Sources told Fox News that Senate intelligence committee chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., and ranking member Mark Warner, D-Va., had received the same invitation from McGhan. Late Thursday, a committee spokesman said the White House had been asked to direct the nation's spy agencies to turn the documents over to the panel. The exchange of letters took place as Fox News confirmed that two White House staffers — Ezra Cohen-Watnick, a senior intelligence director at the National Security Council, and Michael Ellis of the White House Counsel's office — aided Nunes in reviewing intelligence at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House grounds March 21. The staffers' identities were first reported by The New York Times. Nunes told reporters last week that he had seen troubling information about the improper distribution of Trump associates' intercepted communications, and he briefed the president on the material before informing Schiff. Speaking on Capitol Hill Thursday, Schiff said he was "more than willing" to accept the White House offer to view new information. But he raised concerns that Trump officials may have used Nunes to "launder information to our committee to avoid the true source."
"The White House has a lot of questions to answer," he declared.

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