Greg Gutfeld, co-host of Fox News' The Five, blasted twice-failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s book tour on Wednesday. Gutfeld explained that the book tour is punishment for not electing her, "This is what you get, more of me."
While discussing her book What Happened, fellow panelist Jesse Watters said, “When you see Hillary out there, and she is doing a great job promoting this book, it kind of reminds everybody, I believe, why they didn't want her as president, because she is not leader.”
Gutfeld replied, “No one has made more off losing than Weight Watchers. I mean she beats Weight Watchers, the Washington Generals, you name it, the Cubs. She's like the back of an old stamp, she's bitter and she can't get the job done.”
He continued, “I can't be nice to her after hearing what she just did. The things she just said is essentially she just did the 'deplorables' all over again. She just dismissed an entire group of people as racist, homophobic, Islamophobic. Her slogan should go from 'I'm With Her' to 'I'm Withered' because she's past her sale date. You know, in her book tour is essentially saying this is what you get, more of me. This is your punishment because you didn't vote for me, I'm going to your town.”
Gutfeld also poked fun at Clinton for visiting places she ignored on the campaign trail. “Maybe she will go Wisconsin. If she can sell books there now, she can go to Wisconsin,” he said. “She's like a reverse ice cream truck. Nobody is running out to chase her, they are all climbing behind the windows and they are all peering out the — staring out the blinders, is she gone? I just find it very depressing and sad....”
He also shared his thoughts on her Vox interview, “I don't know, I was kind of ... this is kind of interesting but after listening to that weird, stilted, manufactured in front of it weird background of her unloading this litany of like race cards, Islamaphobic card, homophobic card. You know, who needs it? Who needs it? This is not good for the country, this is why she lost. Shut up and go away.”
Gutfeld also blasted her over the criticism Hillary Clinton aimed at Donald Trump.
“She can't come up with one example of homophobia,” he said. “[The president] was for gay marriage before Obama was.”
He concluded, “She is so resistible but she has — her entire life is a blind spot. The men she chose in her life from Bill Clinton to keeping [Anthony] Weiner around, through her friend. I mean these are massive mistakes that she refused to acknowledge. When you see it like this, again, go away.”
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