Greg Gutfeld of Fox News Is Neither Satirical nor Funny

Greg Gutfeld, currently residing in the hell hole that is Faux, or Fox, News, is neither satirical nor funny. He is as funny as the knuckle sandwich I would like to deliver to his mouthy mouth. Just kidding Greg!

You will die of smoking so I won't need to kick the crap out of you. Just kidding again. It isn't like me to be this aggressive. He brings it out of me, the dark side. I am sorry from the bottom of my heart. I believe in peace, and that is the truth. But, he is such a pill. He is a big, choking hunk of a pill. Gag me with the San Fernando Valley, why don't you Greg?

The guy has been compared by his moronic colleagues to Rod Serling. Well, he may be a little scary, but he is certainly no Rod Serling. No, Gutfeld is annoying, nasty, and Gutnoxious, to be exact. Gutfeld is like a hyper disseminator of misinformation, a hyper Bill O'Reilly but not as sophisticated.

Now, Rod Serling was anti war, anti racist, and ethical. Greg Gutfeld, when denying a New World Order is a cretin, a dunce and a slug. Gutfeld wants to hit Iran, something Israel wants. He apparently loves racism, as he apparently tolerates it in Israel, but don't most US media types? This is hypocrisy at its worst.

What makes me want to puke regarding Gutfeld, and you puke from your gut, is the way he makes fun of New World Order conspiracy theorists. Yet he is employed by the same Fox News that employs William Kristol, who founded PNAC, the neocon/Zionist organization that called for the new Pearl Harbor on its website, one year prior to 9/11!

Greg Gutfeld can't be stupid enough to not understand that PNAC wanted a New World Order of nations friendly to the United States. Turns out, that became the doctrine of regime change, which was a Zionist doctrine created by Oded Yinon. Yinon Zionism called for regime change in the Arab world.

So, Gutfeld, henceforth known as "The Gut", has to know all of this. To make fun of New World Order warnings, when PNAC openly spoke of a New World Order of nations subservient to the will of the United States, and thus to Israel, is annoying and obnoxious. The Gut should be ashamed of himself.

I want to write something funny, but The Gut doesn't make me laugh at all. He is unfunny, and he is a two bit propagandist artist for not telling the truth about the New World Order, which is real, powerful, and may remain behind the scenes if the bought-and-paid-for politicians and media do its will.

The Gut is an annoying little twit. How he could go to UC Berkeley and come away with such a ridiculous world view is hard to fathom. The Gut has his own website, called the Daily Gut. I wouldn't recommend it except to determine how the man thinks. And as smart as he appears to be, it isn't a thought process that is too awfully deep. He knows the rules of the Order.

Even that late madman Breitbart was afraid of going on Mr Hyperactive's program.

As far as libertarianism is concerned, and The Gut says he is one, I deal with libertarianism in my ebook, Libertarianism, the UK Big Bang and How They Ruined America. It goes into the dark side of a philosophy of self that is much dirtier and darker than what you see on the surface.

There is a dark side to Libertarianism.

The Gut is an avowed Libertarian neocon warmonger. I didn't think one person could be all that. Mark Levin is that as well. They only care about their message whether it makes any damn sense or not.

The Gut is an atheist according to Wikipedia. I wonder if David ( the avowed atheist) Ben-Gurion, the Father of Israel, is his hero. The way he wants to hide the New World Order makes you wonder. Ben-Gurion had the vision of world domination by little fricken Israel and her multiracial Zionist friends.

I support separation of church and state, but I don't support the atheistic racists who founded Israel. They appeal to a spiritual claim on the land while they were atheist. How phony and fake is that! Knowing Fox News, I know The Gut supports the whole fraudulent New World Order program.

 Disclaimer: This article contains satire and humor, and while loaded with truth in my opinion, it is up to the reader to verify the claims of the article, which are made in jest and are not necessarily proven fact. Some claims are fiction.


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