WATCH: Greg Gutfeld Explodes On Juan Williams, Threatens To Throw Him Off The Set
Juan Williams drives me up a WALL.
Seriously – I can’t even stand to hear him talk.
And Greg Gutfeld had just about enough of his CRAP over at Fox News’ “The Five” yesterday while discussing the Cohen hearing.
— johnny dollar (@johnnydollar01) February 27, 2019
“Oh, shut UP, Juan.”
Um. Yes, please.
And it keeps going:
There’s about to be a fist fight on Fox News pic.twitter.com/PeNmDYIGc8
— Andrew Lawrence (@ndrew_lawrence) February 27, 2019
Sooo basically if you’re not frothing at the mouth about Trump, you’re “in the bunker.”
for those of you who can’t watch, Daily Wire transcribed the whole thing:
When Williams and co-host Dana Perino began discussing Trump’s “pattern” of using the “catch-and-kill” strategy to kill unflattering stories of him, Gutfeld slammed Williams for failing to let panelist Morgan Ortagus talk.
“Gosh, are you guys gonna ever let me finish!” exclaimed Williams.
“No, because you’re always ‘finishing’!” said Gutfeld. “There’s somebody sitting there who hasn’t said a damn word!”
“You are so deep in the bunker and—” Williams began, but Gutfeld, clearly livid, cut him off.
“Oh shut up, Juan!” yelled Gutfeld. “I’m in nobody’s ‘bunker.’ Enough with your ‘bunker’—! I’m trying to be polite to somebody on the panel, Juan — which you won’t do, which you won’t do!”
Juan sniffed in disgust, “Oh my god.”
Later, as Jesse Watters dismisses Cohen’s testimony as having failed to provide any meaningful new evidence, Williams drops his “bunker” reference again. This time, Gutfeld goes nuclear.
“Again, you’re so blind, because you, like Greg, are deep in the bunker.”
“You know, if you say that again, I’m going to throw you off the set,” says Gutfeld, apparently serious.
“Oh no!” Williams says mockingly.
“Because you know what the bunker means?” says Gutfeld, leaning in and pointing at him across the table. “What your intimating is that who is in the bunker? Adolf Hitler, correct?”
“No I was not,” says Williams.
“No, no, no, that’s what you’re saying.”
“You’re so far off,” says Williams, repeating, “No,” and trying to explain himself.
“You choose the worst intent of people’s words,” says Gutfeld. “Like when I say that I believe something, I’m in the bunker.”
Long story short, Juan Williams is a rude jackwagon.
But we already knew that.