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"Gutfield!" The panel questioned whether the Democrats knew what was "normal"
This is a hasty transcript of "Gutfeld" dated November 11, 2021. This copy may not be in final form and may be updated.
GREG GUTFELD, Fox News Channel host (in front of the camera): Happy Veterans Day in the United States. In a glorious country, or as described by the Democratic Party, what a day is the racist toilet of hell. But maybe after seeing their own cold handwriting on the wall, maybe in the unisex bathroom, they are trying to change their distorted view of the United States. Have you noticed a new term used by the frustrated Democrats? this is normal. Yes, with the inflation of illegal immigration and crime out of control, the moderate Democrats are trying to pass by saying, Hey, we are normal, trying to distance themselves from the propaganda critical racial theory and the stupid orgy of 250 sexes. I can't blame them. They are losing the election, just like Kate is losing hair extensions while spinning. As the Biden administration destroyed everything, it got dirty hands. Remember how everything that King Midas touched turned into gold? Well, everything that Joe touched turned to their parents and said, Mom, why is this strange man's nose in my hair? According to the news site Axios, it is not my Greek personal trainer. You can crush the walnuts and I will shave. The word normal is a code word used to distinguish some Democrats from their crazy colleagues. They want Americans to know that the radicals in their party do not speak for them, especially when they speak like this. (Start video clip) U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris: When we were in the government, we campaigned according to plan. Capital T, Capital P, plan! Then, the environment is what we should defend, plan. (Ending video clip) Gufield: Wow. That was when she was in France with a French accent. And more ugly than the "The View" swimsuit special. No wonder the White House has been hiding, or like a bust of Winston Churchill. She is the vice president who asked the government to say let's talk about Hunter Biden's laptop. So, they sent her to Paris, hoping she could learn something, such as why deodorant is so important. But at least Jimmy Kimmel knows why people don't like her. (Start video editing) JIMMY KIMMEL, host, JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE! , ABC: The Americans are really dissatisfied with the Vice President Kamala Harris. I think I know why Kamala's ratings are so low, apart from sexism and racism, this is obvious. (End of video clip) GUTFELD: Oh, it's obvious. Well, he is an expert on sexism and racism. Who can forget his support for women on the men's show? (Start video editing) (End video editing) GUTFELD: Oh, that's progressive. Of course, there are also efforts to represent black people. (Start video editing) KARL MALONE, former American professional basketball player: Hello everyone, TV City. This is Karl Malone of the Utah Jazz here to introduce you to Karl Malone's hometown of Louisiana. (End of video clip) GUTFELD: Yes, I think he is the last person to call anyone a racist or sexist. But this is his confession of his indiscretion. To discredit you, he thinks it will subside his enthusiasm. He is like one-the company wakes up to hide its corruption. He slandered many people, including his own party. Remember, Harris withdrew from the primary because she pulled it by 3%. So, I guess according to Kimmel, this means that 97% of Democrats must be paranoid. But maybe the Democratic Party no longer knows what is normal after slandering it for decades. Remember, it was normal for a family with two parents. Now, everything can be called parenting. Love for the country used to be normal, but now we have replaced the commitment to the flag with the commitment to the BLM. It used to be normal to respect the police. Now they are jealous of Rodney Dangerfield. It used to be normal to keep violent criminals in prison. The norm now is to let them be as free as an injured bird, and you will regain health. Look, I hate normal. Believe me. This is what I did before going to work this morning. (Start video editing) (End video editing) GUTFELD: I hate normality. But the Democratic Party has moved the ordinary gateposts to the parking lot across the street. Even the Virginia Democrat Abigail Spanberg complained that the Americans chose Biden as a normal person and prevented chaos. You know, chaos in the form of low taxes, border controls, record low unemployment, energy independence, revolutionary vaccines, etc. It was some crazy chaos—well, Trump is too abnormal, or the person we used to call successful. But these things drive the elites crazy, and they only need to use completely fabricated scandals and secret election conspiracies to motivate them to get rid of him. Therefore, this is the new normal of distorting the media. (Start video clip) US President Joe Biden: If you—if you are close to you, you like to be able—anyway—I think I’m the best way to do something and should introduce someone, but I’m not sure Who should I introduce? This is Joe Biden. I confuse you, you know. (End of video clip) Gufeld: Yes. Now, unless you are a child talking in your sleep, this is not normal. But maybe this can be attributed to Joe's definition of normal. As long as his life remains normal, who will sneer at your life? I mean, he just discovered that under his leadership, the gas has increased, not just something coming out of his ass. (Starting video clip) Biden: Do each of you think you will pay so much for a gallon of gasoline? In some areas of California, they pay $4.50 per gallon. (End of video clip) GUTFELD: Thank you for your attention, Joe. Except for the occasional BM, he is very good at it. Because in his isolated world, everything is normal. He still takes a nap at 2:00 pm, which is usually the time he listens to briefings on the latest national security threats. He swims toplessly at 4:00 in the afternoon, which is strange because public swimming pools need to wear suitable swimsuits. He pulls his teeth at 7:00 in the evening, sometimes earlier if it's custard night. Between these two, he is fit to destroy Afghanistan. Then they locked him in the room with a picture book and a box of crayons. Joe said orange and red are his favorite flavors. Tibet has more autonomy. The person in charge really has more people controlling him than Britney Spears. However, I think I have never seen so many problems in a government at a time. The White House is politically equivalent to Alec Baldwin's movie scene. He hates the press and innocent people suffer. Remember the people who lied to us that Joe was so gentle and calm? real. He is very different from Trump. Likewise, my bikini photo is very different from Margot Robbie's photo. Trump is in front of you, but he is also in your reality. Even if Joe stands in front of you, he is rarely found. It's like talking to a hologram. Therefore, it broke dawn in the Democratic Party. This is not as good as a president visiting reporters alone. You are placed on Twitter with inflation, crime, Afghanistan, immigration crisis, loss of order, and favorite chaos that divide a country into two. I want to know what Joe is going to say. (Start video editing) TOM SHILLUE, Fox News Channel Contributor (in front of the camera): Look, look, look, I'm tired of talking about what is normal and what is abnormal. right? Look, I know the price of gasoline is abnormal. But do you know what else is abnormal? OPEC. OK. You know, that stands for oil bag. You know that, right? Do you know what else is abnormal? COVID-1972 was when I first set foot in this industry. Well, I've been on this dance floor for a long time, so I know it's normal. Do you want to know something abnormal? I have a crappy painting, I can sell you half a million dollars. (End video clip) Announcer: Period. Gufeld: Let's welcome our guests tonight. She is very knowledgeable about safety. We let her work at the door. KT McFarland, former deputy national security adviser and author of the new book Revolution. People check his tour dates to decide when to leave the city. Writer and comedian Joe Devito (Joe Devito). He wrote for the top late-night shows that are often beaten by this show. David Angelo, owner of Westernrazor.com. In the end, she was the co-chair of the police and was chased by them. Kat Timpf, Fox News contributor. First of all, I am very worried, David Angelo. You have a booming razor business. How does the supply chain fiasco affect your startup company? DAVID ANGELO, owner, WESTENRAZOR.COM: Okay, thanks for your question, Greg. I thank you for your interest in westrazor.com. You know, the supply chain has always been tough, but you know, we are made in the United States. So, it's easier. Gufield: Oh, really? Angelo: Our only shortage—we—every razor is made with love. These mines have been closed for several months. So, we have encountered some difficulties, but we are putting it together and they are in stock, so-GUTFELD: Yes. Go ahead. How do you—David, how do you see this return to normal? ANGELO: Who is normal here? I don't-when the Democrats say it's normal-KATHERINE TIMPF, Fox News Channel writer (voice-over): Yes. Gufield: Yes. ANGELO: Yes, but I didn't— ANGELO: It's normal for the Democratic Party to change its name. When I-when I think it's normal, you know, Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff will not appear in my mind. Gufield: Yes. Angelo: Do you understand what I mean? Gufield: Yes. Angelo: It reminds me that this is just one of the bad rebranding of Philip Morris, we are now Altria. We are basically like a pharmaceutical company, and - (crosstalk) Gufeld: Yes. Angelo: Everything is cool. Gufield: Yes. We are no longer tobacco sticks. We are so mysterious, no matter what, we can still make cigarettes. Angelo: Yes. Gufield: Anyway, KT, the unusual thing about Trump in the government is that he is done-done, which is kind of interesting. That-it worked. This is such an abnormal place. The return to normal is now consistent. KT MCFARLAND, former deputy national security adviser: Nothing will work. Gufield: No effect. McFarlane: No. I work for Donald Trump as his deputy national security adviser. In many ways, he is like an idiot scholar. He didn't do much research on these things, but instinctively, he knew, well, energy independence, ensuring border security, America first, establishing national security, reducing taxes, everything worked. As he said, everything is going well. Gufield: Yes. McFarlane: And take over. Gufield: Yes. What is-what is the revolution in your book? McFarlane: I think the United States will experience these revolutionary periods every 40 years, and we are now in a revolutionary period. Trump is a revolution against the Republican Party. What you see in the Democratic Party now is their civil war. They are making a revolution, and left-wing lunatics are trying to steer you in the right direction. But the United States has gone through these periods. Then we came out from the other end, we reinvented ourselves. I think this is what we are doing now. Gufield: How suitable is Biden as president. McFarlane: Yes. Gufield: We come out from the other end. McFarlane: Well, you know, Greg (inaudible). (CROSSTALK) GUTFELD: I got another poop joke applause. You guys are trying to make me happy, my poop jokes. Joe, you are trying to stop my poo jokes. do you know? You failed because the United States wanted to poop jokes. They applauded the poop joke. Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe Biden are surprisingly surprised by gasoline prices. It kind of makes me think that he is not dealing with those who are suffering. Jode Vito, writer and comedian: Jo De Vito, comedian: Well, I think he is more used to riding in a carriage and whip. More like his time, his time. Gufield: Yes. DEVITO: I think we are really starting to pay attention to Kamala now and say that this is what should happen next. Gufield: Yes. DeVito: Because she just set a record low approval rating for the vice president, lower than Dick Cheney, who shot his friend in the face. Gufield: Yes. DeVito: Okay? This usually disappoints you a bit. Gufield: Yes. DEVITO: It was so interesting to watch the clip of her in France. She-apart from the southern border, they have no place to send her off. Gufield: Yes. DeVito: They sent her there. She has the worst French accent since Cone. Gufield: Yes. DEVITO: I'm surprised that she didn't laugh in French, just go, her usual smirk. So - GUTFELD: You know, why don't they tell her they are going somewhere and take her to the border? right? What-like-like, because she might be excited to go to France. DeVito: Well, I'm imagining an old suitcase with stickers from Kathmandu and Paris on it. Gufield: Yes. DeVito: You know, don't just talk about the part that went to Texas and ended in California. Gufield: Yes, yes. DeVito: Then go there and have a look. Gufield: Yes. So, Kate, you know, when you look at Joe, I see more cognitively conscious cremation remains. TIMPF (in front of the camera): Oh. Gufield: I will—how will they—like what will happen next? I know that this is an open-ended question. TIMPF: I think there might be more - GUTFELD: Yes. TIMPF: - will continue to happen, happen and happen. But again, Kamala is less popular than Joe Biden. Even if she likes her credit, she can make sentences. Gufield: Yes. Almost none, but it is true. TIMPF: That's great, right? Gufield: Yes. Timf: But she didn't do anything, which is why her approval rate is so low. Gufield: Yes. TIMPF: It's like she hasn't tried or done anything. And it's already very low. Every time she does something, it gets worse. It may be too low because of that space video. Gufield: Yes. I think, you know, they hired - they hired a child star to make her look realistic. Timp: Yes. Gufield: This is strange. McFarlane: But she is Biden's perfect life insurance policy. This is her job. Gufield: Oh, this is a wonderful point. You must keep him alive. Timp: Oh. DeVito: This is a great plan. It's true that this guy is 150 years old (inaudible). TIMPF: Like the way he behaves at his age, I saw my grandfather this weekend, right? You know, he is almost 90 years old. If he starts to do this, I would say, Dad, do we need to go to the hospital? It's like it's not-there-it's not just age. I mean, I will not live to be 80 years old. Therefore, I cannot judge him. Gufield: You call him Dad? Timf: Dad? Yes. Hi, Dad. I'm sure he is watching. (Crosstalk) Gufield: Yes. Angelo, they always say that that is the way to solve all problems. Just call people father. Angelo: Yes. When kids call parents dad, they behave well, you know. Gufield: Yes, yes, it's true. Angelo: You have never had a kid like this, hey, I don't do homework. I don't care what you say, Dad. It will not happen. Gufield: Yes, we learned something new. Next, this has always been a hot man, artistic talent in short supply. (Business break) GUTFELD: He is as artistic as his father. Timf: Okay. Gufield: He farts. Yes, the guy who used to love blowing finally opened his exhibition, but are his paintings as abstract as the shady scene it attracts? On Wednesday, Hunter Biden finally appeared at the New York City Art Museum, where his paintings were sold for as much as $500,000 each to buyers who were as anonymous as Taylor Perry in Taylor Perry's films. The New York Post, a subsidiary of our parent company Virginia Slims, described the family incident in detail. Hunter brought his wife and children—well, most of his children. Participate in a private event with about 60 guests, including an art critic who evaluated Hunter. He is a serious artist with a great job. Now, please forgive me, I have just been appointed as Ambassador to Costa Rica. Timp: Yes. GUTFELD: Obviously, Hunter didn't get any sales. There were too many people onlookers. But he has sold five prints for $75 each and bought a lot of Coke. I mean, art supplies. The post also asked Hunter if he ever retrieved his laptop. (Starting video editing) Unidentified man: Hunter, did you get your laptop back? MELISSA COHEN, wife of HUNTER BIDEN: It does not exist. Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden: There is always a smart person in this group. (Ending video clip) GUTFELD: It was Hunter's wife who said it didn't exist. Just like Hunter's job qualifications. It does not exist as Dad Joe said in the article-about the two cents in his pants. Well, this is too much. But - TIMPF: Come on. Gufield: Kate, this is too much for you. Timp: Yes. This is how you know it is bad. Gufield: Yes. But hey, maybe we are too harsh on Hunter. Maybe his paintings just need better marketing. (Start video editing) Greta, Hunter Biden's art buyer: I thank God, I (inaudible) Hunter Biden's art that day. As I get older, the pain in my hip is getting worse. But since I started using Hunter's art, I have no pain. The best thing is that I can play with my grandchildren again. Thanks, hunter. DeVito: Have you seen this original work by Hunter Biden? I take this every day and I used to be very painful. Now I am the ambassador to Belarus. Unidentified male: This is Hunter Biden. Just because my art is sold anonymously and without transparency does not mean that it won't work for you. In addition, each RP comes with one of these convenient dandy transport tubes, which can be reused for multiple purposes. So, try to get used to it. (End of video clip) GUTFELD: Some of our staff can play Hunter Biden. No one told me this. We could have started a few months ago. Kat, I think Hunter annoys me the most, despite all-(crosstalk) TIMPF: Yes, he can still have fun. GUTFELD: This clue - TIMPF: Yes. Gufield: The trail of hell he left behind. He has no consciousness and I am jealous. Timp: Yes. No, I am - yes. I think everyone needs to admit that we are all a little jealous of Hunter Biden. Gufield: Yes. TIMPF: We are, right? Without depravity, he is not like that-like, like forgetting (inaudible) that he beat his brother's widow. Gufield: I know. TIMPF: When everyone is-(crosstalk) GUTFELD: When (inaudible) TIMPF: Yes, everyone likes it, your poor complex, beautiful soul. Gufield: Yes. TIMPF: It's like he beat the widow of his brother. Then he can spit on the canvas and get half a million dollars. Gufield: I know. I know. Timf: When I spit, people are like you need to get out of here. Gufield: Yes. Timf: This is—I'm jealous. People say they are not jealous. They are lying. Gufield: Yes. I think he is - Joe, the perfect example of a man without regrets. It's as if this is their way of life. correct? DeVito: When he left, he would say what he wished he had done? Timp: Yes. DeVito: What is left? Timp: Yes. DeVito: I mean, once you lost your teeth and people said you were fine. Gufield: Yes. DEVITO: You have ended the party. That is just the beginning. Gufield: Yes, exactly. DEVITO: I mean, now, he is an amazing artist. First of all, this is the most serious money laundering activity. Because usually when people buy art, if-they don't have the cash on hand and give it to you, it's like, go buy something good for themselves. Gufield: Yes. DEVITO: This is usually not the way artists trade. Or on the other hand, it made me realize that maybe all art is bad. Gufeld: Yes, it does. DeVito: I have seen pictures of elephants. They are better than his. GUTFELD: No, this is actually a good point. Perhaps what Hunter did was a gift to all of us. He is showing you how easy it is to deceive the art world? Or is he just living on his father? McFarlane: Oh my god. OK. So, the point of all this is that if you are a foreign country, a foreign company, or a wealthy foreigner, you cannot donate or donate money to American political officials or American political candidates. Gufield: Yes. MCFARLAND: This is their solution. Gufield: Yes. MCFARLAND: So, a lot of money does not come from those who would have donated to the campaign. This is from foreigners, China, China, China, they are trying to buy favors and get it. Gufield: But, it's really great. I have to say, David, you must be jealous, you know. This is a talented person, unlike you, he just continues to fail. Angelo: That's right. Timp: Yes. ANGELO: Like why can't I find it by accident? Gufield: Yes. Angelo: But, you know, there are things that I think you are giving them—they are not—he is not—influence peddling. McFarlane: Yes. ANGELO: I think this is too much. Gufield: Really. Angelo: It shows how far he fell. Gufield: Really? Angelo: You know, a few years ago, you know, he took drugs on a private jet in Ukraine and spent his entire life. Now he is like, hey, look at what I drew. Gufield: Yes. Angelo: Ukrainians are like, oh great Hunter, I will put it in the refrigerator. Timp: Yes. ANGELO: His art, why does he do this-I want to advise him. It's like you should-what you should do. Gufield: Okay. Angelo: You should not paint. Your medium should be a laptop. Gufield: Yes. Angelo: Like Banksy, you left him all over the city. Timp: Yes. Angelo: You know. Then it kind of makes other people like it, oh, is that just art? Gufield: Yes. It is true. That-that is what it is all about. It's actually performance art. Angelo: Yes. GUTFELD: Or a combination of technology and performance art. But I don't think he thinks that way. McFarlane: I don't think he would think so. Gufield: Yes. Timf: No, yes. Gufield: This is the secret of happiness, Joe. DeVito: He just broke through it. Yes. Gufield: Yes, he became an instant hit. I really think that if we do some more positive clips about him, he will do this show. Timf: I admire him. Gufeld: Yes, I can use a complete one --- is it 180 degrees or 360 degrees? You know, 360-TIMPF: At 360, you will start again. Gufield: Yes, this is my life story. But, I won't—like I have been making fun of this man, and then I realized that maybe he was right and I was wrong. You are just—you are just exploiting everyone around you. Angelo: Because you learned through him. (Crosstalk) ANGELO: Greg - DEVITO: At first I didn't know that they were all different laptops. When they posted the photos, I thought, how much memory is on this hard drive? Gufield: Yes. DEVITO: It has different folders. There are prostitutes with homemade pornography. His lease is organized. Gufield: Yes. One last word, David. Angelo: Greg, do you know how to make them appear on the show? Gufield: How is it? Angelo: Go buy a painting. Gufield: Oh, you go. Look, this is why you are sitting there. Angelo: Thank you. Gufield: Yes. OK. Next, if your employer is performing the jab, make them bankrupt by paying close attention. (Business break) Greg Gufield, host of Fox News: Joe’s authorized sales promotion, as long as it is a whistleblower, it works. Yes, he promised treatment, but he was more interested in screaming. And, if you don’t get the jab, your colleagues will chatter, just like an elderly reformer calling on employees to inform. Beginning in January, Biden’s vaccine authorization will force all US companies with at least 100 employees to require vaccinations or weekly COVID tests. If they have been within six feet of Hunter, a series of STD tests are performed. Now, we won't get them. So, what if you want a job that doesn't force you to get an experimental vaccine? Get elected to Congress. And because there are not enough federal staff to handle inspections, because they are busy checking your tax returns, they hope that Americans will criticize disobedient companies. How are they from East Germany? Like censorship of speech, the current government believes that oppression is okay, as long as it is outsourced to the private sector. You can submit a complaint to OSHA, and they will submit it along with other dangerous workplace violations, such as using the wrong pronoun or saying Merry Christmas. And this kind of whistleblowing is becoming contagious. In Scottsdale, Arizona, there is no heat. Stupidly, a member of the school board allegedly collected private information about parents who opposed the CRT and mask-wearing regulations. A group of mothers-aren't they all? A divorce application, social security number, photos, and financial documents were found on Google Drive, and the link was accidentally shared with one of the parents. If there is only that-if only that information is on the laptop, then of course it won't exist. My advice is always to store your most private information where no one will see it. For example, in the "Late Night" with Seth Meyers. I'm fine—I'm worried about that joke. So, I want to know, does anyone know who it is? So, Joe, I don’t want to play this, but then I won’t have a job. How did the tyranny begin? You let citizens become informants; do you have citizens doing government work? Comedian Joe DeVito: Of course. I mean, who thinks you see the East German model and think we have to participate in it? Gufield: Yes. DeVito: We must have. I think one-sixth of the people in East Germany were informants, and Biden might look at them and say, well, we are creating jobs. Gufield: Yes. Yes. DeVito: It's really—well, what scares me is that I didn't know that these school board meetings were so popular that people really made things public. When the teacher has sex with the students, you miss the normal good times. Gufield: Yes. DEVITO: This is what we care about. Gufeld: Those were the good old days. DeVito: Yes. Gufield: Yes. you're awake. Have you seen the photo of your own decision? DeVito: Yes. Gufield: Is it worth it? DeVito: Exactly. Gufield: Everyone does that. I don't care who you are. But that's because it always looks like a young woman in her 20s, and—I should shut up. KT MCFARLAND, former deputy national security adviser: Yes, I think you have done enough. GUTFELD: Have I done enough, KT? Thank you. You should—can you speak on my behalf in court? McFarlane: I want to be your defense lawyer? Gufield: Oh, great. Even better. You know, in my opinion, the government is a freelance police state, right? It is as if they are turning private companies and citizens into dictators of free agents. MCFARLAND: Now, I think it actually is, that's for sure, this is the main part of it. But they are doing two other things. First, their virtues send a signal to their supporters because they are about to—all this will be declared unconstitutional, orders, etc. Gufield: Yes. MCFARLAND: They are sending a signal to the person on the left, hey, look, we tried, we really tried. But the other thing they are doing, which I think is even more harmful, is that they make Americans confront each other. Gufield: Right? MCFARLAND: Their whole modus operandi is that we want everyone to fight each other. We are the only ones who can solve it. The only way we can solve it is to be controlled by the big government in Washington. Gufield: Yes. How does your 100 employees affect your company? Or just you steal the razor from Walgreens in the basement and write your name on the package? DAVID ANGELO, owner, WESTENRAZOR.COM: We will never do that. We have no authorization, Greg. No authorization. Gufield: Really, that's great. ANGELO: Yes, but I—I don’t worry about authorization. I - yes, these, these whistleblowers? Gufield: Yes, you are not worried about whistleblowers? Angelo: No. Have you ever thought about calling the government? You will-these people are like, hey, I have a hot tip. After 45 minutes, I must—you know what, forget it, not bad. This is crazy. Also, these school boards are like-yes, why do they need so many people to decide what to talk about in school? Gufield: Yes. Why? What is a better option? Angelo: It's like mathematics-Gufield: Yes. Angelo: Reading. Then they got all these boards. GUTFELD: Yes, that's it-the board of directors is our administrative creation, because there are all other unnecessary worries. Angelo: This is what you get-this is how you stop you-kids, they are not cool enough anymore. Well, you know, I walked ahead. I have no way of being programmed, I just, I fall asleep every class. Gufield: Great. Solved your problem. Angelo: So, we—yes, Greg. Gufield: Now, you live in—Angelo: I don't know how to wear pants by myself. But I'm ok. Gufield: Okay. OK. Ji, in my opinion, this is like a war, right? We put epidemics in the filter of war, just like the war on drugs and the war in Afghanistan, which means it will never end because we can’t end it. The government cannot end the war unless there is surrender or something. So, this will continue. KAT TIMPF, Fox News writer: Yes. They don't want to, and I am very opposed to whistleblowers. You know-like, I'm against the whistleblower of drug dealers. Gufield: Yes. TIMPF: So, I will obviously oppose the whistleblower because of this. But how easy it is, they are so easy to say, you know, if you don't do it-like if you stay inside and cover your face, you are a good person. If you don't do this, you are a bad person. I think this is the simplest thing they can do. Gufield: Yes. TIMPF: So, they will not stop it. If someone really does this, such as informing someone-that would be sad, but I am glad that my taxes will not be used to pay professionals. You don't need medical documents to enter my restaurant informant. Gufield: You know if you are a whistleblower. Well, let us-this is how I became a professional whistleblower. You have to keep yours-it can't be anonymous, right? Like, they have something like this in Sweden, all their tax returns are online and anyone can view them. But if you look at it, your name—you have—your name is there, and then your neighbors will know that you are looking at their things. TIMPF: So, you want them all to die. GUTFELD: Yes, exactly—I didn’t say that. You read my heart. Next, the loser of this football game is Michigan's top lawyer Boozer. (Business break) GUTFELD: She almost broke the dog after sucking too much shit. The top police in Michigan apologized for her drunken football failure. Michigan Democratic Attorney General Dana Nestle apologized for being too drunk at a football match last month. She told her story with this photo in the post. When I watch "FOX AND FRIENDS", this looks like me. She described how she was so excited in the Michigan State game against Michigan State University. Wow, this is crazy! She needs help to leave the stadium. She blamed all this on drinking two cups of Bloody Mary before and after the game on an empty stomach. This is unreasonable because I had two cups of Bloody Mary before I started drinking. To me, this is considered food because it has a celery stick and too many spices. She explained: "My friend advised me to leave, lest I vomit to any of my voters. I apologize to the entire Michigan State for this accident. Especially the Michigan State fan sitting behind me." Tell me what happened. Son. But like my sports coach once said, alcohol makes bad things feel better. You know, he was right, but I still had a lot of pain the next day.我们玩了一场卑鄙的系绳游戏。你们的思想真的很恶心，有时我想知道我是否有适合这个博学、复杂的喜剧品牌的观众。无论如何，便便，便便，便便，便便！凯特，你是这方面的专家。 TIMPF：哦，我是？ GUTFELD： 是的TIMPF： 我是。 GUTFELD：那么，如何—— TIMPF：我是最近从佛罗里达回家的飞机上吃过五个血腥玛丽的人，结果肠胃炎一个月了。古费尔德：你是在说我吗？蒂姆普：是的。古费尔德：不，这就是为什么我不是专家。你是专家。蒂姆夫：哦，因为我吃了五个血腥玛丽后没有得肠胃炎。古费尔德：是的，是的。我刚得了GERD。蒂姆普：是的。古费尔德：我可以，我可以在每个农场。福克斯新闻上的每一个广告。好吧，我需要，我需要，我需要救济因子。有人可以滚动救济因子新的墨西哥卷饼并将其展示在我的喉咙里吗？你为什么不回答我的问题？你应该道歉吗？蒂姆夫：好的。不，我认为你不应该，因为她想要达蒂，而且她有点离开。她也冲了一点——她冲得太猛了，她生病了，这可能发生，但我不喜欢她撒谎。 OK. Gufield: Yes. TIMPF：两个血腥玛丽？麦克法兰：哦，是的。 TIMPF：它们是用可乐达别针制成的吗？那不是两个血腥玛丽，我只是不喜欢她撒谎，因为老实说，如果你像进监狱那样对她撒谎，你就知道她的工作。古费尔德：没错。如果- 你知道，如果她是共和党人，她可能会指控自己。 TIMPF：是的，她不得不这样做。古费尔德：是的，她会称之为起义。 TIMPF：两个血腥玛丽？古费尔德：到处都是血，包括在饮料里。 TIMPF：你有11 个血腥玛丽。你有一个可食用的。你兴奋得要命。没关系，就这么说吧。古费尔德：大卫，也许这会给她上一课。我不知道那是什么—— ANGELO：就像——等等，我应该因为她在万圣节周末喝醉而惩罚她吗？因为我在这方面并不是很强势—— GUTFELD：不，不，这是真的。这是真的。她在一个尾门。她有几次血腥。为什么，为什么这有什么大不了的？安吉洛：是的，不是。就像我们- 你知道，政府目前由撒旦恶魔管理。这在我的名单上很低。古费尔德：你从哪里得到这些信息的，撒旦？你在看Newsmax吗？那是用爱说的。无论如何，不，我不知道。就像，我的问题是她- 为什么每个人都必须为我认为的基本日常行为道歉？ MCFARLAND：嗯，我认为这很大程度上与密歇根有关。 Gufield: Yes.密歇根州。麦克法兰：嗯，因为我们有一位密歇根州州长说你认为现在油价很高？让我们关闭管道并启动通过屋顶的供暖价格。然后你得到了密歇根州前政府州长，他现在是能源部长。所以，当她被问到你将如何降低汽油价格时？她只是向后靠，咯咯地笑了起来。 Gufield: Yes.麦克法兰：就像卡马拉哈里斯的咯咯笑声——就在万圣节。古费尔德：没错。 TIMPF：急需的笨蛋。古费尔德：乔，你是什么——你认为她完全诚实吗？ DEVITO：不。 GUTFELD：不。 DEVITO：除非你输了血腥玛丽。顺便说一句- GUTFELD： 你有。 DEVITO：这——这是什么跟血腥玛丽一起吃的早午餐？你应该喝啤酒。就像，哦，不，那段时间我吃的班尼迪克蛋不太好——我在停车场吐了，到处都是荷兰酱。我认为它是，它是，它是愚蠢的。 Gufield: Yes.德维托：因为她应该说的是，我正要在一场足球比赛中呕吐。所以，与其被赶出去，她应该说我正在寻找俄亥俄州立大学的斋月粉丝。然后密歇根州的每个人都喜欢她——古费尔德：是的。那会很聪明。但我不知道——就像血腥玛丽不是一种精致的饮料。你可以把它放在尾门。这很容易- - 你只需要血腥玛丽混合物和伏特加。它是什么？那是不是你奇怪的生活范围之外的东西？你只是从桶里喝水吗？德维托：不。嗯，我只是，我只是早上喝的那种。古费尔德：嗯，你很聪明。我通常- 但如果我要去比赛，我会从早上开始，好吗？但有时我什至会在前一天晚上开始并错过比赛。麦克法兰：是的。古费尔德：我错过了很多比赛。我已经开始跟风，错过了一个赛季的每一场比赛。 DEVITO：那只是住在你的车里。古费尔德：是的，当时我住在车外。但我没有开车。不要酒后开车带孩子。麦克法兰：你有没有注意到没有面具。为什么她—— GUTFELD：哦，没有面具。是的，你去。德维托：她想吐进去。古费尔德：那会是个问题。 OK.接下来，他是否假装身体状况以摆脱不舒服的姿势？ （商业休息） GUTFELD：他告诉了一个骗子，所以他可以乘坐直升机。是的，他说他死于体温过低，但他似乎是在撒谎。有用。一名医生因涉嫌在阿拉斯加德纳利(Denali) 体温过低而撒谎，被指控犯有三项罪行。那是圣德纳利吗？为了得到一架救援直升机来接他？哦，太神奇了。哇！如果您想乘坐私人飞机，只需按照我们的操作要求Hannity 搭便车即可。从不工作，他总是说不。事件发生在5月份，医生在短信中透露真正的原因，他想搭车是他缺乏自己下山所需的设备后被抓了。但这真是太棒了。不过我一直都这样做。二，我承认我不应该打电话给那些声称在Applebee's 心脏骤停的警察。当我真的喝了18 杯玛格丽塔酒，需要搭车回家时。但至少我确保从后座的窗户向外撒尿。哇。那是- 这与落地的笑话相反。在那之后，你会像在亚特兰蒂斯一样听到一根针掉下来的声音。为什么人们要爬山，大卫，不要说因为它就在那里。安吉洛：我不会——明白这就是为什么决定你是神经衰弱者还是那些心理上的冒失鬼很重要的原因。 Gufield: Yes. ANGELO：因为当你处于中间时，你会像这个人一样陷入困境。 Gufield: Yes.太真实了。安吉洛：就是这么回事。我敢打赌——他们会说，嘿，戴夫，你想上山就像——我很好。你们玩得很开心。我要呆在小屋里。我为你做士力架。古费尔德：是的，我会那样做。 ANGELO：不过，我不会去山上。古费尔德：哦，不，不，不。我经常认为你知道，我认为，Kat，山。谁也没想到，山上竟然有意识。也可能是你不喜欢被攀爬。这可能就像，感觉就像头虱，让这些小生物在你身上爬行。 TIMPF：我没有考虑过。但是这个家伙，我的意思是，看，他也和他的朋友一起爬过，然后他因为生病而离开了他的朋友。古费尔德：就像是一个俱乐部，他的朋友去了洗手间，然后离开了某人。蒂姆夫：是的，然后他拿了他朋友的手机，用他朋友的手机发了一条谎言。然后他就下不来了。我的意思是，这是一个了不起的（BLEEP）。 Gufield: Yes. TIMPF：这家伙显然不是运动员或好朋友。你知道，要么——当然不再是兄弟了。 GUTFELD：他赢得了金牌，他在逃跑的朋友中赢得了金牌。蒂姆普：是的。古费尔德：不过这很有趣。我不同意。就像，没关系。如果你喜欢在俱乐部，而不是在山上。蒂姆夫：在山上。麦克法兰：中途。 Gufield: Yes.蒂姆夫：哦，你稍后会看起来很不舒服，麦克法兰：我从来没有计划过——所以他认为他会爬山，但他不知道我会爬山（听不清）。好吧，他是一名医生，他是一名麻醉师。这对他来说不是一个好的职业选择。不顺利时我会打电话给优步吗？古费尔德：没错。 ANGELO：他是一名麻醉师。是的，他应该直接把自己撞倒然后滚下去。古费尔德：顺便说一下，这是一份很棒的工作。每个人都喜欢麻醉师。当他们出现时你就出去了，接下来你知道一切都结束了。太奇妙了。但我跑题了，只想着下一次。乔，我总觉得登山者是很自私的人，对吧？如果出现问题，他们希望其他人来清理他们的烂摊子。德维托：是的，我不知道——我们现在需要在山上放置警告标志吗？可能很危险。是的，我- 他到达了17,000 英尺。 Gufield: Yes. DeVito: Sounds great. I know. I will make it 17 feet. Then I will tell my friends, guys, this is too bad-there is no snack bar. Let's get out of here. Because I didn't, I was with David. I don’t think I need to prove it, I have no skills. He talked about the equipment on the mountain. I don't have that kind of equipment, it's a pair of balls for that kind of thing. I don't have that. I got lost in the coal pile the other day. So, I walked around there thinking, you know, I can use Sherpa now. So, yes, I think that those who have trouble climbing the mountain have no choice but to themselves. GUTFELD: Yes, you know, that's why, Kat, why you like it, you know, people should choose hobbies, if they are not good at it, they don't need to call the helicopter. Timf: You will die. GUTFELD: Yes, you know what I mean, like, you can play cornhole, if you suck, you don't have to call a helicopter. Timf: Yes. And, is it that fun? Just like my last hike, after walking a few miles and 10 minutes, I thought we were just here to take Instagram photos. I want to go home. Gufield: Yes. Okay, I think you should pay for it, right? This is him-it's a fair thing, you should pay for the helicopter ride-MCFARLAND: Yes, but I think the price has been paid for it. That is another matter. Gufield: Oh, really? MCFARLAND: Because he told his friends, we can call the helicopter that has been priced. We are all ready. Gufield: Wow, that's more interesting. MCFARLAND: Uber brought it - GUTFELD: That's more interesting. OK. Well, I'm glad he made it part of the mountain. Well, we have to go now. Don't go away. We will be back soon. (Business break) GUTFELD: We are out of time. Thanks to all veterans, KT McFarland, David Angelo, Joe DeVito, Kat Timpf, our studio audience. "FOX NEWS @ NIGHT" and the evil Shannon Bream are next. I am Oprah Gutfield and I love you America. Content and programming copyright 2021 Fox News Network, LLC. all rights reserved. Copyright 2021 VIQ Media Transcription, Inc. All materials here are protected by US copyright laws and may not be copied, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior written permission of VIQ Media Transcription, Inc. You may not change or remove any trademark, copyright or other notices from the copy of the content.000 feet. Gufield: Yes. DeVito: Sounds great. I know. I will make it 17 feet. Then I will tell my friends, guys, this is too bad-there is no snack bar. Let's get out of here. Because I didn't, I was with David. I don’t think I need to prove it, I have no skills. He talked about the equipment on the mountain. I don't have that kind of equipment, it's a pair of balls for that kind of thing. I don't have that. I got lost in the coal pile the other day. So, I walked around there thinking, you know, I can use Sherpa now. So, yes, I think that those who have trouble climbing the mountain have no choice but to themselves. GUTFELD: Yes, you know, that's why, Kat, why you like it, you know, people should choose hobbies, if they are not good at it, they don't need to call the helicopter. Timf: You will die. GUTFELD: Yes, you know what I mean, like, you can play cornhole, if you suck, you don't have to call a helicopter. Timf: Yes. And, is it that fun? Just like my last hike, after walking a few miles and 10 minutes, I thought we were just here to take Instagram photos. I want to go home. Gufield: Yes. Okay, I think you should pay for it, right? This is him-it's a fair thing, you should pay for the helicopter ride-MCFARLAND: Yes, but I think the price has been paid for it. That is another matter. Gufield: Oh, really? MCFARLAND: Because he told his friends, we can call the helicopter that has been priced. We are all ready. Gufield: Wow, that's more interesting. MCFARLAND: Uber brought it - GUTFELD: That's more interesting. OK. Well, I'm glad he made it part of the mountain. Well, we have to go now. Don't go away. We will be back soon. (Business break) GUTFELD: We are out of time. Thanks to all veterans, KT McFarland, David Angelo, Joe DeVito, Kat Timpf, our studio audience. "FOX NEWS @ NIGHT" and the evil Shannon Bream are next. I am Oprah Gutfield and I love you America. Content and programming copyright 2021 Fox News Network, LLC. all rights reserved. Copyright 2021 VIQ Media Transcription, Inc. All materials here are protected by US copyright laws and may not be copied, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior written permission of VIQ Media Transcription, Inc. You may not change or remove any trademark, copyright or other notices from the copy of the content.000 feet. Gufield: Yes. DeVito: Sounds great. I know. I will make it 17 feet. Then I will tell my friends, guys, this is too bad-there is no snack bar. Let's get out of here. Because I didn't, I was with David. I don’t think I need to prove it, I have no skills. He talked about the equipment on the mountain. I don't have that kind of equipment, it's a pair of balls for that kind of thing. I don't have that. I got lost in the coal pile the other day. So, I walked around there thinking, you know, I can use Sherpa now. So, yes, I think that those who have trouble climbing the mountain have no choice but to themselves. GUTFELD: Yes, you know, that's why, Kat, why you like it, you know, people should choose hobbies, if they are not good at it, they don't need to call the helicopter. Timf: You will die. GUTFELD: Yes, you know what I mean, like, you can play cornhole, if you suck, you don't have to call a helicopter. Timf: Yes. And, is it that fun? Just like my last hike, after walking a few miles and 10 minutes, I thought we were just here to take Instagram photos. I want to go home. Gufield: Yes. Okay, I think you should pay for it, right? This is him-it's a fair thing, you should pay for the helicopter ride-MCFARLAND: Yes, but I think the price has been paid for it. That is another matter. Gufield: Oh, really? MCFARLAND: Because he told his friends, we can call the helicopter that has been priced. We are all ready. Gufield: Wow, that's more interesting. MCFARLAND: Uber brought it - GUTFELD: That's more interesting. OK. Well, I'm glad he made it part of the mountain. Well, we have to go now. Don't go away. We will be back soon. (Business break) GUTFELD: We are out of time. Thanks to all veterans, KT McFarland, David Angelo, Joe DeVito, Kat Timpf, our studio audience. "FOX NEWS @ NIGHT" and the evil Shannon Bream are next. I’m Oprah Gutfield and I love you America. Content and programming copyright 2021 Fox News Network, LLC. all rights reserved. Copyright 2021 VIQ Media Transcription, Inc. 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