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GUTFELD: Terrence K., GIA behavior. This is the thing that I find so ironic is the exact opposite of Christ like behavior, right?

TERRENCE K. WILLIAMS, COMEDIAN: You know, I’m bothered right now because I just found out that I’m a white supremacist. So, I’m really — I’m last words right now. Because I’m against burning down buildings. I’m against Black Lives Matter burning down buildings, but to assume that it’s racist to burn down buildings, you are saying that only white people own businesses and buildings.

GUTFELD: That’s — yes.

WILLIAMS: So that’s racist. But there were a lot of black businesses that were burned down. So, that’s actually racist burning down black businesses. I just don’t get it. But really, I have a lot to figure out today because I didn’t know I was a white supremacist. So, you know —

GUTFELD: And you know what’s worse —

(CROSSTALK)

WILLIAMS: This is a bad day for me.

GUTFELD: You know what’s worse about you being a white supremacist? You being a white supremacist is cultural appropriation.

WILLIAMS: Exactly. Exactly.

GUTFELD: Because you are like actually — you are taking it from the actual white supremacists who’ve been working so hard to be bigots.

WILLIAMS: Exactly. You know what, and if our — if I had on a red hat and I burned down a building, please believe me, I’m going to jail.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: Please believe me. I’m going to prison. OK?

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GUTFELD: Yes.

ALTUCHER: By the way, if you weren’t wearing a red hat, you probably get all three.

WILLIAMS: Exactly. Exactly. I might burn some stuff. You know what —

ALTUCHER: You needed to burn down that courthouse.

WILLIAMS: You know what, I might burn some stuff down tonight.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: Yes. But what’s next? Are they going to abolish the fire department?

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: Evidently, the fire — evidently, firefighters are all racists.

GUTFELD: They are.

WILLIAMS: They are against arson.

GUTFELD: They are.

WILLIAMS: So, you know, it’s crazy.

(CROSSTALK)

GUTFELD: Yes. They wear red hats too. Fire Department.

(CROSSTALK)

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GUTFELD: My god. Everything is racist, Kat. Kat, are you going to join me and boycott left-wing social justice, liturgical music?

TIMPF: Yes. I’ve been boycotting that for a year. I — look, I — this is obviously an example of cancel culture. And people have talked about that, because it is so obvious. But it — I think this is also an example of the conseI See You I Love You I Accept You Shirt hoodie, tank top quences of our current widespread binary view of politics, which is something that I’ve experienced for a while because I don’t have views that fit within to either major party.

So if I espouse a view that happens to be one that one of the major parties has people assume I agree with everything else from that side and use it to attack me. That’s what happened to this guy. He said, I don’t like these people burning down these building.

GUTFELD: Right.

TIMPF: And so they assumed that he also believed that the protesters who were protesting peacefully, were doing the wrong thing and that he could not support that movement, even though those things are in no way mutually exclusive.

GUTFELD: Right.

TIMPF: It could be against arson, but also support the, you know, movement against racial injustice and for police reform. I’ve said for a while that we need more independent thinking. I think that we need to just take smaller steps now and just say, OK, we need to be able to recognize the possibility that independent thinking might occur in someone’s head. We can just start there, because this is noI See You I Love You I Accept You Shirt hoodie, tank top t something that has happened to this guy.

It’s happening all over the place. And it’s dumb, and it’s not logically correct and it creates dumb narratives and dumb is bad.

GUTFELD: You’ve been watching a lot of the view.

ALTUCHER: Wait, do we have in his music to listen to? We don’t know if he got — maybe they got rid of him because he’s a bad musician.

GUTFELD: You know, that is — that might be the — that’s the unspeakable truth.

(CROSSTALK)

ALTUCHER: — excuse. Hey, you’re a racist.

(CROSSTALK)

ALTUCHER: — on fire

WILLIAMS: Common sense is burning down right now as we speak.

GUTFELD: Yes. That’s true. That’s true.

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GUTFELD: Wait until you see the next topic. Holy crap. Up next, Chicago’s Mayor gets vicious by being repetitious.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

GUTFELD: The mayor that has no guts is certifiably nuts. Yes, our city is rife with crime but don’t mess with our office time. It was confirmed this week that what many of us have suspected about Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot. She’s raving bonkers. Even Jussie Smollett says I find her hard to believe. This Chicago Tribune obtained an e-mail she sent to a scheduler back in January in which she complained she wasn’t getting enough of what she called office time.

Except Lightfoot repeated several sentences over and over and over again, like a psychopath. It was shocking when people repeat themselves in Chicago, it’s usually help, help, I’ve been shot I’ve been shot. So rather than summarize this e-mail and we are not making this crap up, we’re going to read you the whole thing, just to show you how (BLEEP) this is. Take it away.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

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(END VIDEO CLIP)

GUTFELD: We had to get Emily to do that because she’s the fastest talker on the planet. But endlessly repeating the same thing is a sign of mental instability or that you work for CNN. But I repeat myself. Anyway, on Monday she defended the e-mail.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

MAYOR LORI LIGHTFOOT (D), CHICAGO: To write an e-mail like that comes after a lot of conversation and born of frustration. We got beyond that and solve the challenges at the heart of that e-mail, which was written five-plus months ago. So I think we’re in a better place.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

GUTFELD: Oh, a better place. Anything is better than that place. But imagine if she expressed as much frustration about her city’s murder rate as she does about her office time. But in the interest of fairness, here’s Kat reading one of my recent e-mails. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

TIMPF: Dear Kat, since my prior requests on this are routinely ignored, I am now resorting to this. Kilmeade is a liar, Kilmeade is a liar, Kilmeade is a liar, Kilmeade is a liar, Kilmeade is a liar. I didn’t leave that in the hot tub, I didn’t leave that in the hot tub, I didn’t leave that in the hot tub, I didn’t leave that in the hot tub, I didn’t leave that in the hot tub. I’ve been constipated for five days, I’ve been constipated for five days, I’ve been constipated for five days, I’ve been constipated for five days, I’ve been constipated for five days. Have I made myself clear finally?

(END VIDEO CLIP)

GUTFELD: Working for the Chicago Mayor doesn’t seem so bad. Now does it? All right, Kat. Do I ever do weird e-mails?

TIMPF: Yes. I don’t think working on this show I’ve ever gotten an e-mail that was not very strange. For example, that one.

GUTFELD: Yes, yes.

TIMPF: But yes, I mean, it’s weird, it’s aggressive. I don’t know that it was effective.

GUTFELD: Yes.

TIMPF: I — although I think that just the general fear that our employees have of her probably is but on the list of things that I don’t like about Lori Lightfoot. This is pretty low on the list, just more so the general way in which she mayors the city I’d pretty much the worst part.

GUTFELD: Yes. You know, James, I know — there has to be a correlation between how bad the city is and what’s going on in there. Because that e- email male is crazy.

ALTUCHER: She — out of three million people, she’s the best person in Chicago they can pick.

GUTFELD: Yes.

ALTUCHER: And second, I think she needs less office time.

GUTFELD: Yes.

ALTUCHER: She’s afraid to leave her office because there’s been three mass shootings in the past week.

GUTFELD: That’s true.

ALTUCHER: Like how do you — how do you — and by the way, she says her staff is better. Her staff from when she wrote that e-mail, they’re all gone now.

GUTFELD: Right.

ALTUCHER: They quit.

GUTFELD: Yes, yes, yes.

ALTUCHER: The person she wrote that e-mail to has quit the job. So —

GUTFELD: That’s true.

ALTUCHER: Of course it’s better now.

GUTFELD: Yes. They all left screaming at the building.

ALTUCHER: I don’t know if anybody works there. She’s by herself in her office now.

GUTFELD: Exactly. She now has her alone time.

ALTUCHER: Yes.

GUTFELD: Right. Exactly. Oh my god. Terrence, have you ever sent an e-mail like this?

WILLIAMS: Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice. So here you have the mayor from Hale sitting in her office, writing the same sentence over and over while her city is turning into Gotham.

GUTFELD: Yes, yes, yes.

ALTUCHER: By the way, she wrote that e-mail during her office time.

WILLIAMS: Exactly.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: This is absolutely crazy. But I have something for her to do since she likes to write. Write down all of the names of the young people that are gunned down weekend after weekend in Chicago. And Lori Lightfoot, start with the name Jaslyn Adams, a seven-year-old who was shot and killed in a drive thru. Start with that name, Lori Lightfoot.

GUTFELD: Yes, that’s a great point. Susan, it’s — this was actually — I think this was —

LI: I’m (INAUDIBLE) he does a comedy. So (INAUDIBLE) great job.

GUTFELD: What about — that wasn’t even a personal e-mail. Can you imagine what she does on her personal e-mails? It’s pretty scary. What — have you ever seen this kind of stuff in your career?

(CROSSTALK)

GUTFELD: Had Stuart Varney ever sent e-mails like this?

LI: No. He just — he just yells at me in person. Like, no, I mean, in the corporate world, would you be fired —

GUTFELD: Yes.

(CROSSTALK)

LI: — behavior?

GUTFELD: Yes.

LI: It’s like Tom Cruise screaming at the crew. We just — it’s just not acceptable in a bank or in an actual business.

GUTFELD: There’s something going on there. I don’t know what it is. I mean, it’s like she can’t be competent. And it’s — to your point. It’s like how did this ever happen? And we see this, they got it because this is a great city.

WILLIAMS: Yes.

GUTFELD: This is a great city and it’s just like people just writing it off. It’s sad. It’s sad, but you know what? We got more stuff. Still ahead. They’re resorting to doing less reporting. Why crime is up and real journalism is down. That’s next.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

GREG GUTFELD, FOX NEWS CHANNEL HOST: If the facts don’t fit the narrative, then secrecy is imperative. There’s a growing trend in American journalism to avoid reporting descriptions of criminal suspects lest they stereotype a particular community. For example, leaving out the “D” for Democrat. Thank you. I got a little I got a weird little giggle from Susan over here. Is that or I might have been gas, hence the pepto-bismol.

SUSAN LI, FOX BUSINESS NETWORK CORRESPONDENT: Yes.

GUTFELD: Now, the Associated Press announced that suspect names will no longer be included in their minor crime stories. Why is that? Because naming them can make it difficult for the suspects to later gain employment or just move on in their lives, especially if they’re murderers. But at least they admit the goal of reporting is to make sure criminals don’t face consequences. The A.P. Will also stop publishing mug shots too. So, no names no faces pretty soon no crime.

Maybe they can use a generic picture and just draw Tippy, remember Tippy? I loved Tippie. I could never draw him. After the recent mass shooting in Austin, Texas, their local paper ran and editor’s note, “People have only released a vague description of the suspected shooter as of Saturday morning, the American statesman is not including the description as it is too vague at this time to be useful in identifying the shooter and such publication could be harmful and perpetuating stereotypes.” That heaven forbid you protect your readers.

We can’t describe that maniac with an axe. It’s unfair to lumberjacks. No wonder crimes out of control. Nationwide gun violence is up 40 percent from a year ago, and here in NYC the numbers nearly 70 percent. Defunding cops didn’t help, and crime reporting that says, hey, look out for a guy wearing a thing isn’t going to help either. I think Plato summed it up best when he said, I wish someone would invent pizza. James, what’s the point of calling them as suspect if you can’t suspect them?

JAMES ALTUCHER, HOST, THE JAMES ALTUCHER SHOW: I think, I think what’s interesting here is the media is just saying, look, we give up. We’re done trying to give you facts, because it’s, it’s useless. And we’re trying to protect ourselves. And they’re also admitting, listen, I know you’ve heard in school and everything. But the rule is, you’re guilty now until you’re proven innocent. And rule number two, is you’re guilty forever, because we’re never going to report they’re innocent. It’s just done.

GUTFELD: Yes.

ALTUCHER: Like, we’re only going to say they’re guilty. It’s not interesting to anybody that they’re innocent. So, it was another way of just saying we just give up being a source of news for you guys.

GUTFELD: That’s true. You know, Susan, I feel like the media is weighing the costs and benefits and they’ve decided they would rather risk the health of citizen night not to piss off the woke or anybody else who might call it racist.

LI: Yes. So, right. So, public safety should trump political correctness all the time?

GUTFELD: Yes.

LI: So, I have an example though. I was just talking to my colleagues upstairs. What people come up to me on the street and say, hey, you’re the Asian girl from Fox. I have no problem with that. Because yes, I’m Asian, and very proud to be Asian, mind you, and I work at Fox. Yes. What is wrong with describing somebody as African American with dreads?

GUTFELD: Yes, yes. When people come up to me this go, you’re the, you’re the hottest guy at Fox.

LI: You get that all the time.

GUTFELD: Do you think I get pissed off about it? No. I mean, I do feel a little bit objectified in the steam room, but that’s only because I’m naked.

LI: With or without the towel.

GUTFELD: Yes. Oh, who needs a towel these days, sister? Why deprive them, really?

LI: Right.

GUTFLED: Why don’t we just say gender — why don’t we just get rid of everything and just say Earthling? An Earthling committed the crime?

TERRENCE K. WILLIAMS, COMEDIAN: You know, listen, the left, they’re all — they are the ones committing all the crimes. OK. So, they don’t want their names out there evidently. You know, my brain sales are depleting right now. I can’t even think straight. This stuff is so ignorant. It’s so ignorant. So, I guess they’re going to ban background checks. OK. So, now, employers are not allowed to know that you burned down a building.

GUTFELD: Right?

WILLIAMS: They’re not allowed to know that you killed someone, they’re not, they’re not allowed to know that you’re going to rob them eventually, you know. So —

GUTFELD: That’s it. I mean, all of these trends are pointing in that direction. You have the bail reform, which you don’t have to, you don’t have to pay spring bail to get out the defunding the police, the early release of criminals in California, all of this stuff. This progressive change is not about safety or security, it’s undermining that, Kat.

KAT TIMPF, FOX NEWS CHANNEL CONTRIBUTOR: Yes. And this also undermines what it’s trying to do because they’re trying to avoid, you know, bias narratives. But if you remove the ability to learn facts, then your assumptions are going to be all that’s left for you to make a decision about a situation. It makes absolutely no sense. And I think more information is better than less information, but apparently, that is an offensive idea.

GUTFELD: If you committed a crime, I wonder how they describe you.

TIMPF: Um, scrawny, like Macaulay Culkin with a wig on.

ALTUCHER: Or they would describe you Fox News regular.

GUTFELD: I was going to say second baseman from the original bad news bears.

TIMPF: With a wig on.

GUTFELD: Yes, yes.

TIMPF: With the wig on.

GUTFELD: Yes, exactly.

TIMPF: Well, it’s offensive.

GUTFELD: Yes, it is. You know that’s supposed to get worse in New York, James. I was in “Hell’s Kitchen” last night. It was not pretty.

ALTUCHER: Yes, no, New York City crime is up almost 100 percent. It’s at a 12-year high right now.

GUTFELD: Yes.

ALTUCHER: And people, and de Blasio are strong Mayor here in New York is saying, Oh, no, the city is safe. There’s shootings, there was a shooting yesterday and people shot, so you we maybe we just need more mayor’s who lie and then we’ll just feel good about it. So, we need more people like that, by the way —

TIMPF: Great campaign slogan.

GUTFELD: Last night, a guy rested in Times Square for masturbating. Did you see that in the post?

ALTUCHER: Well, at least he was getting pleasure from it.

GUTFELD: Yes, that’s true. That’s true. Well, you know when your ratings drop 70 percent at CNN, what are you going to do?

WILLIAMS: They’re called fake news for a reason. We’re not putting out real news. We’re not putting out facts.

GUTFELD: Yes, that is true. All right, up next, the flight where you’re risking harm if you want to rest your arm.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

GUTFELD: They came to blows over their elbows. Yes, the flight attendant hadn’t passed out the snacks before they were dealing with nuts. Two men were kicked off the United flight bound to Las Vegas when an argument about elbow room on the armrest turned physical. The plane had to return — look at the stock photo. Here’s a plane, the plane had to return — the plane had to return to the gate before takeoff because of the two joint jackasses who were briefly detained and then released after they both declined to press charges for first degree (BLEEP).

The FAA has logged 1300 reports of unruly passenger behavior since February, and there’s been a lot of speculation as to why there’s been an uptick, some blame alcohol, but that’s been there before, others blame extended lock downs. Perhaps, this is a sign that we’re returning to normal? But it’s like my dad used to say to us on vacation, we need a bigger hole to bury gramps. Terrence, is it, you know, people keep talking about the lock downs, is it because we’ve been apart so long that we can’t settle disputes amicably or amiably? I never know which one of those to use.

WILLIAMS: I mean, we were locked away from the population. We don’t know how to interact anymore.

GUTFELD: Yes, yes.

WILLIAMS: People don’t know how to interact. And, but I don’t have to deal with elbows basically got a little arms, I’m a little man. So, you know, I want to run back into a fight but maybe they should start teaching the flight attendants Taekwondo, Jujitsu, so they can handle that in my flight back to the airport.

GUTFELD: Yes, you know. James, I have a thought, I brought this up a while ago that I think that over time, we as a species, if that’s the correct phrase, has lost — we’ve lost the skill to ratchet down conflict in social media. And like the “Real Housewives,” has taught his to ratchet it up. So, like, every moment now is like, if you say the wrong pronoun, I’m going to throw a glass of wine at you because that’s what I saw in “Real Housewives.”

 

 

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