Gutfeld on Chuck Schumer’s idiotic tweet

It’s fun watching Trump-haters do his work for him. Take Chuck Schumer, suddenly the president’s mouthpiece! Remember when Supreme Court Justice John Roberts rebuked Trump for saying there were "Obama judges?" Trump fired back, basically saying – oh come on, John, everybody knows we have judges with political leanings. That’s when Chuck stepped in. As the … Continue reading “Gutfeld on Chuck Schumer’s idiotic tweet”

It’s fun watching Trump-haters do his work for him.

Take Chuck Schumer, suddenly the president’s mouthpiece!

Remember when Supreme Court Justice John Roberts rebuked Trump for saying there were "Obama judges?"

Trump fired back, basically saying – oh come on, John, everybody knows we have judges with political leanings.

That’s when Chuck stepped in.

As the media drooled over Roberts – Chuck angled for some spotlight with this tweet: "I don't agree very often with Chief Justice Roberts, especially his partisan decisions … But I am thankful today that he – almost alone among Republicans – stood up to President Trump and for an independent judiciary."

So in one breath, Chuck made Trump’s point, perfectly!  A chief justice makes "partisan decisions!"

Then notes Roberts' political party – revealing he labels judges, too.

Now, that’s not just comical – it’s progress!

It used to take days between people mocking Trump over what he says, to then admitting he was right.

Now it’s collapsed into mere seconds.

Or, as dummy-Chuck says, "Trump’s wrong, and here's why I agree with him!"

Which reveals something key:  it’s not that Trump’s critics have a problem with the truth. They have a problem with Trump saying it.

Which is why in his own criticism of Trump’s truth, Schumer accidentally, for once, spoke it too!

Maybe he didn't mean to.

But when the only thing left to say is what Trump's been saying, you have no choice.

So, well done Chuck! It's like you sat in Trump's lap while he moved your mouth.

Greg Gutfeld currently serves as host of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) The Greg Gutfeld Show (Saturdays 10-11PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays 5-6PM/ET). He joined the network in 2007 as a contributor. Click here for more information on Greg Gutfeld.

Gutfeld on Chuck Schumer’s idiotic tweet

It’s fun watching Trump-haters do his work for him.

Take Chuck Schumer, suddenly the president’s mouthpiece!

Remember when Supreme Court Justice John Roberts rebuked Trump for saying there were "Obama judges?"

Trump fired back, basically saying – oh come on, John, everybody knows we have judges with political leanings.

That’s when Chuck stepped in.

As the media drooled over Roberts – Chuck angled for some spotlight with this tweet: "I don't agree very often with Chief Justice Roberts, especially his partisan decisions … But I am thankful today that he – almost alone among Republicans – stood up to President Trump and for an independent judiciary."

So in one breath, Chuck made Trump’s point, perfectly!  A chief justice makes "partisan decisions!"

Then notes Roberts' political party – revealing he labels judges, too.

Now, that’s not just comical – it’s progress!

It used to take days between people mocking Trump over what he says, to then admitting he was right.

Now it’s collapsed into mere seconds.

Or, as dummy-Chuck says, "Trump’s wrong, and here's why I agree with him!"

Which reveals something key:  it’s not that Trump’s critics have a problem with the truth. They have a problem with Trump saying it.

Which is why in his own criticism of Trump’s truth, Schumer accidentally, for once, spoke it too!

Maybe he didn't mean to.

But when the only thing left to say is what Trump's been saying, you have no choice.

So, well done Chuck! It's like you sat in Trump's lap while he moved your mouth.

Greg Gutfeld currently serves as host of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) The Greg Gutfeld Show (Saturdays 10-11PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays 5-6PM/ET). He joined the network in 2007 as a contributor. Click here for more information on Greg Gutfeld.

Gutfeld on Trump’s response to Khashoggi

So did the prince kill Khashoggi?

"Maybe he did. Maybe he didn't."

That's from Trump, causing today's hair-burning media freakout. Which happens whenever Trump tells the blunt truth about a policy we were OK with before him.

So now you’re pissed over the Saudis.

After decades of human rights abuses, terror-enabling — this is what gets your goat?

According to Ben Rhodes, in 2009, when Obama went to Riyadh, the Saudi king gave each staffer a pile of jewels. And the first couple £100,000 worth of baubles which were accepted, they were sent to the national archives. – That beats a washer-dryer on “The Price is Right.”

But even back then we knew Saudi Arabia, they were different. But — they were allies. And allies can suck.

So maybe the boss's son had Khashoggi offed. Or maybe not. Which is it?

Think hard. It's a card game.

If you say the prince is guilty, you're committing poker suicide by folding, while holding all the best cards. Sure, playing your moral ace might please the media.But winning their approval wins America nothing. It just wastes a great opportunity.

But hold off and say, "maybe, maybe not," and you come out ahead. And the pot you want to win impacts your country’s happiness.

If you've spent your life playing this game, keeping your cards close and waiting, you know: America has the Saudis over a barrel. Millions of barrels, really. And in negotiations, that means you can get something big from them, that you couldn't get before.

Like what?

Middle East progress? A chance for peace in Palestine and Israel? The ability to influence oil prices?

Who knows?

For sure it'll be more than a pile of dumb jewels.

Greg Gutfeld currently serves as host of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) The Greg Gutfeld Show (Saturdays 10-11PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays 5-6PM/ET). He joined the network in 2007 as a contributor. Click here for more information on Greg Gutfeld.