DownTrend: During his monologue segment on The Five, co-host Greg Gutfeld took the lamestream media to task for its criticism of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) held last week.
After mocking Chris Matthews for mocking CPAC by comparing it to the bar scene in Star Wars, Gutfeld said this: “Now you never see the press attack liberal gatherings. That’s because looters never target their own home. So the conservative gathering, CPAC, is called a ‘freak show’ by those who should be extra careful slinging such mud. Chris Matthews calling someone crazy? He’s so nuts that if he ate a Snickers bar, it would be cannibalism.”
“But the media mocks CPAC for one reason: it’s a proxy for a larger group of people they despise but do not know,” he continued. “It’s the American you don’t see on HBO dramadies or in colonic waiting rooms. And this hate is really fear — of opposing views. Perhaps because their own views sag with doubt.”
“But let’s just assume that CPAC is odder than David Gregory’s hair. So what? Weird people rule, if only to let us know that we’re not so weird,” he said.
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