Fox News host Greg Gutfeld said that while people routinely mock President Joe Biden for “losing his keys” or just appearing to be “lost” in general, the real problem is that he has “lost the sense of what America is.”
Gutfeld made the comment during Thursday’s broadcast of the network’s popular afternoon panel show “The Five,” where he joined his co-hosts in responding to reports that the Biden administration was sending pallets of baby formula to illegal immigrants at the southern border while American families were dealing with major shortages nationwide.
Judge Jeanine Pirro kicked off the segment by noting that her own daughter — who has a 10-month-old baby — had called her in to help with the search for formula, and she had gone to two stores only to find none on the shelves.
“Does [this] not add to the ‘America last’ theme that is going on since Joe Biden became president?” she asked.
“It is not America last, it is a specific number of Americans last. Permission to go off?” Gutfeld asked, and when he got the go ahead, he proceeded to unload both barrels.
“The government doesn’t like half of the people they’ve governed. Actually, it might even be higher,” Gutfeld began, arguing that the Democratic Party was the “party of the oppressed” and anyone who did not fit that description was a hindrance.
“Even if you are a mom with a baby, you are an oppressor. You reproduce, which harms the environment. You expand your carbon footprint. You didn’t terminate the child. There is no baby — no baby formula, they think is not a bad thing,” Gutfeld continued. “Jesse is right. If we had an engaged president who could see the priorities of the average American clearly instead of running cover for woke policies, whether it is canceling student debt, defunding the police, the medicalization of children, we would have beaten this thing or got a head start on this.”
“Instead, we make fun of him about losing his keys, whatever, losing his place, but he’s kind of lost the sense of what America is,” Gutfeld added. “He has forgotten that he is president of all of us. And he is the most slow to react president probably in U.S. history. … And when he is called out, he just starts yelling. It is a manufactured rage — I [don’t] know if he saw that tape yesterday, it is a manufactured rage. It is a man shouting at the clouds. And really having no idea what to do.”
Gutfeld concluded by saying that if kids went hungry because of the baby formula shortage, parents at school board meetings would be the least of the Democrats’ worries.