(Video: Fox News)
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld slammed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday’s episode of “Gutfeld!” calling the CDC the “Center of Domination & Control.”
In his opening monologue, Gutfeld responded to the CDC pursuing an appeal to the federal mask mandate that was recently struck down by a Trump-appointed judge in Florida.
“We have a new victim class here, one that is a target for discrimination and even hate,” he said. “We call them ‘the masks.’ It seems the Department of Justice is appealing the recent court ruling in order to reinstate the mask mandate on planes, trains, and buses. No word on escalators, elevators or when Tyrus carries me up the stairs. The CDC, which stands for the Center for Domination and Control, also said that face diapers were still needed for indoor travel claiming to protect our health, but also to protect their authority.”
“True, they fear that this recent ruling makes the CDC as irrelevant as the Cuomo brothers. And while there are new cases of Covid, hospitalizations remain flatter than Leah Thomas in a tube top,” Gutfeld continued. “What your seeing is an essential problem that comes with power. They [love starting] wars but they hate ending them. You want evidence look at Vietnam or Afghanistan. They went on well past the public’s desire for it.
“Look at the drug war. It is still going on… a war that creates more casualties than it prevents. It is like Covid, they create the problem and then they create a solution that doesn’t work and causes permanent damage. Covid is another war that those in power wish would stick around because it gives them authority to [bleep] with your freedom. As Politico pointed out, public health and legal experts worry it could diminish power over public health. And did you see how the media reacted to the end of the mask mandate?”
He then played clips of the usual suspects on cable television carrying water for the Biden administration in response to the judge’s ruling. Not good.
Stressing that there is no mask confusion, Gutfeld said, “If you want to wear one, knock yourself out because if you don’t, someone unmasked will.”
A remark from New York Times columnist Paul Krugman predicted violence against those who wear masks.
“So what is next? Hate crime legislation to protect the mask? And if I choose to wear a mask will I be appropriating the identity of the authentically masked?” he asked.
Gutfeld then presented a number of skits where a woman wearing a mask used that fact as a crutch for every decision in life that didn’t go her way, claiming to be victimized and discriminated against simply because she opted to cover her face. The woman accused others of being a “bigot” and having a “heart full of hatred” — standard fare today for every other victim class.
“How long will these poor folks cling to their face diapers? I use that term because many champions are [bleep]. But it might be part of their identity forever,” he concluded. “It is like a bumper sticker for their face that reads, ‘Moron on onboard,’ or ‘I heart groupthink.’ I say let them wear it as long as they want. It’s like a face tattoo — it’s a good way to figure out who would be a bad babysitter.”
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