(Video: Fox News)
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld blasted President Joe Biden on Monday’s episode of “The Five” for repeatedly condemning the unvaccinated, exposing the media’s well-kept secret that minorities are chief among those who resist the jab while calling the president a “racist” who has “blood on his hands” during a segment ahead of Biden’s expected address to the nation on Tuesday on the pandemic.
Co-host Bill Hemmer was critical of the lack of messaging coming from the president and his administration when it comes to the pandemic, saying Biden “was the Covid candidate for president, he’s been the president who constantly says get the shot, well what do you know? What do we need to know? Christmas is five days away, America.”
“I always like to play, What if it was Donald Trump? game, but I’m going to do it with Joe Biden,” Gutfeld chimed in. “Which is, Joe Biden is a racist with blood on his hands, right? More people have died under his watch, having therapeutics and having the booster shots and having the vaccine, and yet all these people are dying on him. Hence, blood on his hands.”
While campaigning for office, Biden vowed to “shut down” the virus if elected, but there have been more deaths from the virus on his watch than the nation saw under former President Donald Trump, despite Biden’s heavy-handed push to force Americans to get vaccinated. With more than 400,000 deaths during his brief tenure, Biden’s remarks when the death toll hit 220,000 under Trump stand out: “Anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as President of the United States of America.”
“A lot of the people aren’t getting vaxxed that he’s demonized? Minorities. Right? Racist with blood on his hands,” Gutfeld stressed. “I’ve said this before, I think it’s time that we nominate a hostage negotiator who is untethered to the left or the right. So you can’t say me, or Dana, or any of you fellas and women, to end this government/public standoff, right? Someone that needs to get in there who’s not left or right. Joe Rogan, Elon Musk, Betty White. Somebody who can go like, ‘Okay, the government is not the right entity to say when this is over.'”
“Because whenever they use a war footing, whether it was Afghanistan or the war on drugs or Vietnam, they really suck at it,” he continued. “The public ended the war on drugs just by changing opinion and people talking about it. You can probably argue that with Afghanistan, too. Public got tired — Vietnam. So, I think that right now it is the public that has to take control, because the government is too scared of liability, litigation, of being voted out of office to actually have any balls to do anything for this.”
Hemmer responded to say, “It’s fine to say the virus has a mind of its own and we are still learning.”
“Exactly,” Gutfeld agreed. “That is why the data keeps changing and you’ve got to be flexible.”
Biden released a lengthy statement on Twitter Monday night warning that “Omicron cases are on the rise in the United States,” repeating the ominous winter of death theme the White House rolled out on Friday, which has drawn a lot of criticism so close to Christmas.
“We know that vaccines are working. If you are boosted with Pfizer or Moderna, you have a high degree of protection against severe illness with Omicron,” he said in the statement. “If you’re an adult choosing to be unvaccinated, you will face an extremely difficult winter for your family and community.”
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