Gutfeld: The out-of-touch media should be happy that the Americans have not caught them

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Happy January 11th, America. Yes, January 11th. Just a year ago today, it was also January 11th. I know – never forget.

So why is January 11th so important? Because it’s this big man’s birthday. Yes. Actor, stuntman, little person – RIP, Felix Silla. And if you do not know who Mr Silla is, it’s okay. He was often disguised as Cousin It in “The Adams Family”. Yeah, I know he was that guy.

At least it’s his birthday. That’s why January 11th is so important to me. Yet another little person, though we continue to be told, is the only day that matters, January 6th.

NANCY PELOSI: What Republicans are doing across the country is, in fact, a legislative continuation of what they did on January 6th.


Oh, well then, Nan, you have nothing to worry about, because while the uprisings were going on, it was a bust. So what the hell is she talking about? And not sure it could qualify as speaking – more like blurring with punctuation, and the one who did her eyebrows should be put in eyebrow jail. They are supposed to be lower than your hairline.

And why did I bet her husband’s stock would rise every time she mentions January 6th? She says, predictably as Bidens 3:00 nap.

Now we knew that the anniversary of January 6th was a grief. So if you were one of those gullible Republicans who thought January 6th was really about remembering, then enjoy being patsies. January 6 was a prop, just as Cuomo’s giant Q-Tip used to defeat political opponents and help Democrats regain political foothold by changing the rules.

See, they like to pursue politics as ugly people have sex with the light off.

And they will use the day to prevent rather than increase transparency in elections.

And Liz and Adam fell for it just like Biden on a broken escalator. Today, President Joe approved a change in Senate voting rules, as Democrats claim it is the biggest test of America’s democracy since the Civil War.

But sorry, Joe. This is not even the biggest test since Corn Pop – it’s just exaggeration. And that’s why they have to keep saying it. I mean, no one needed to convince me that 9/11 was bad a year later.

For January 6th, it means – never forget – that we would all literally forget unless we make a big deal out of it every year. So now it’s January 6th every day that Republicans engage in extreme attacks on our most basic constitutional right – to vote, which is why Joe is now pushing a filibuster cut that sounds like a new entrance to Boston Market. Kat wanted to know. But now you see the meaning of the anniversary on January 6th.

Democrats need an emergency to change the voting rules. It’s 2020 again, and as a serial killer’s dog, the media happily played along and participated in the hysterical message. Yes, modest. That’s what it’s all about these days. I wonder, is the media out of touch with people?

OLIVER DARCY: Many media, when I look at it and then travel around the country, seem to be very out of touch with people. If you travel around the country, people are not really living in the same bubble that most media outlets seem to send messages to. I think it’s a problem, because if people are tuning out of what’s going on in cable news, if we do not send messages to the general public, you know, they’re just ignoring everything and living their lives, and we do not really get the information they need.

Look at it. It’s some hairless-on-hairless act. One more egg and we could have made an omelet.

“Oh, my God,” worries CNN, “they do not live in the same bubble as we do. Americans tune out, ignore everything. They go outside and talk to people. Some of them actually smile.”

Yes, Americans live their lives and do not listen to you, you freaks. And CNN just found out now, have they not seen their ratings? Are they too small to see at this point?

Also, do you really think this hack is traveling outside the bubble? I bet his idea of ​​seeing the country takes a connecting flight in Charlotte, but that’s good news.

The message does not work. No one listens to CNN’s treadmill of lies, which makes sense. Consider the sources – Chris Cuomo, Don Lemon, a guy who ate human brains, a lady who eats grasshoppers on purpose. Let’s not forget Toobin. We’ve been there.

And now there’s John Griffin, the longtime CNN producer, an alleged child smuggler who has been named in a civil lawsuit alleging heinous acts of horrific sexual assault. Between April and July 2020, Griffin allegedly invited three women and their underage daughters over for sexual training – and that is according to the latest federal indictment.

Yes, who knew CNN had its own in-house Jeffrey Epstein, and given the time frame, it looks like he also violated lockdown orders. There is a real outrage. I’m wondering what’s on CNN now?

CO – 1: It’s ridiculous to say we’re out of touch.

CO – 2: Yes, I’m out of contact because my pet iguana goes to private school. Come on.

CO – 1: We know what’s going on. Okay. I know what Six Flags is.

CO – 2: When Y2K hits, I’m ready.

CO – 1: I tip my Guatemalan butler every time he brushes my teeth.

CO – 2: Yes, I mean, I adopted my 1-year-old son because he could not spell Green New Deal.

CO – 1: And I always give a thumbs up to the homeless. I mean, even in the winter when my thumb gets a little cold.

CO – 2: You are an inspiration. You should be in “Good Morning America”.

Hmm. That’s an interesting point.

Forgive us, CNN, if Americans do not really want any part of your message. You’re sneaking us out a little at this point. You’re the cable version of the guy who hangs out on the playground but has no children with him, and when you ask him why he’s there, he says something along the lines of, “Hey, I’ve always been fascinated by monkeys. . ” Oh, then you ask him, “Which child is his?” He says, “I wish they all were.”

Maybe that’s why CNN was so wrong about Kyle Rittenhouse: Because they were 17, they lost interest. But it’s more than just their staff. It is their hysterical, conflict-based profit model.

January 6 was just one example. While CNN and others tumbled endlessly about their own PTSD, the rest of America was like, what?

It’s the same reliable hysteria they used for coordination, Covington, Kavanaugh. Remember the classics – the perfect phone call was worse than Watergate? Climate change means that the Earth will die in eight years. January 6 is Pearl Harbor again.

You see the disruption between them and you, and it is this gap between their claims and the actual reality that reflects exactly the gap between the press and the public that they do not understand. And if you’re listening to CNN, it must be America’s fault.


Though they have taken so insanely wrong on everything from COVID to crime the last time they were right, Wolf Blitzer was a pure puppy.

But you know, maybe CNN should be thankful that no one really pays attention to them, because if America did, imagine what else they would find.

This article is adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s opening monologue on the January 11, 2022 edition of “Gutfeld!”

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