Fox News and CNN feud regularly.
But no one expected this.
A Fox News host put jaws on the ground with what he said about a sex act at CNN.
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld surprised viewers by coming to the defense of some of the people that work at CNN.
On a recent episode of “The Five,” the hosts played a clip of podcast superstar Joe Rogan tearing into CNN’s chief Democrat Party propagandist Brian Stelter for Stelter criticizing Rogan and other YouTube stars for drawing a mass audience after Stelter’s—as well as all of CNN’s—ratings collapsed after Donald Trump left office.
“This is because the market has spoken and your show is [bleep] terrible. Brian Stelter talking to the press secretary saying, ‘What are we doing wrong?’ Like hey, mother [bleep], you’re supposed to be a journalist,” Rogan stated.
Gutfeld picked up on this point and alluded to the fact that CNN lost 70 percent of its primetime audience following Trump departing Washington.
But Gutfeld expressed sympathy for what he called the “good employees” at CNN that work behind the scenes to make sure programming goes off without a technical hitch but who are represented by lying clowns and “chronic masturbators.”
“It’s very difficult, you know, when your adversary CNN is on a downward spiral because you no longer enjoy the spectacle of its demise because we know there are good employees behind the scenes at CNN who don’t deserve to be fronted by lying clowns and public masturbators,” Gutfeld stated.
By “chronic masturbators,” Gutfeld referred to CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin who was suspended last year after he was caught masturbating on a Zoom call with New Yorker employees.
CNN recently welcomed Toobin back on to the air and forced host Alisyn Camerota to conduct a humiliating post-suspension interview with Toobin to welcome Toobin back on the air which proved Camerota was a corporate puppet and not a real journalist.
Gutfeld did provide some advice for CNN on how it could rebuild its audience.
And Gutfeld explained this could start with the network being honest and labeling hosts like Don Lemon, Anderson Cooper, Jake Tapper, Chris Cuomo and Brian Stelter—among others—as opinion commentators instead of news hosts.
“Be honest, label your commentators as commentators. Our audience knows the difference between me and Bill Hemmer,” Gutfeld stated. “He’s news, I’m commentating and better looking. There is no distinction at CNN between news and commentary, hence why they have no trust because they pretend their opinions are facts.”
CNN likes to pretend its hosts are news anchors so that way when Cooper, Stelter, Lemon and Cuomo deliver nightly rants against Donald Trump, it makes it look like Trump’s conduct is truly beyond the pale since it’s forcing supposedly “objective” news anchors to blast Trump.
Viewers might take a different point of view on Trump and CNN if CNN would honestly label their hosts as commentators so the audience could understand Tapper, Cooper, Lemon, Cuomo, and Stelter are coming from a specific political point of view.
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