Fox News’ Gutfeld goes head to head with Colbert in ratings war

Fox News’ late night host, Greg Gutfeld is proving popular, just finding himself behind Stephen Colbert and The Late Show in the weeknight ratings war. Nielson reported that Gutfeld! averaged a 1,956,000 total viewers a night last month, making the primetime show one of the most popular of the late night category.
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Gutfeld: Biden administration won't care about immigration as long as the right does

"The Five" co-hosts Greg Gutfeld and Katie Pavlich sounded the alarm on the United States' immigration policy on Friday. GUTFELD: It is a testament to how appealing our systemically racist country is that millions of non-Whites want to come here. But … as long as we care about immigration - it's like crime and it's like inflation - the White House won't. Because in their view, we only view these concerns because we're deplorables, embracing replacement theory when … all of these things, whether it is crime or whether it's inflation or immigration, it's about process. It's about rules. It's not about people. … Republicans and conservatives and libertarians - we're all about systems. We just want you to be part of the system and do it the right way. And so what's happening now, you see a lot of people painting a broad brush of this racism stuff. And this is their way of doing it here, like they did with crime and elsewhere.

What it's like watching one week of Gutfeld!: "He’s crass and hacky-on-purpose, with a deplorable private life"

Watching Fox News' Greg Gutfeld be one of the most popular late-night hosts can be exhausting, says James Parker, but his success makes sense. "It’s post-Trump, all of this, in the sense that Trump—the worst stand-up comedian in the world, with the world’s weirdest timing—introduced into the culture a tremendous uncertainty about what was actually funny," says Parker. "And it had to happen, didn’t it: a fizzy late-night space where the pieties of all the other fizzy late-night spaces are inverted, where the jokes are not about Trump being orange but about Joe Biden being senile, where the lost gospel is not the Mueller report but Hunter Biden’s laptop. Gutfeld, though, is not just Seth Meyers through the looking glass. The writing on Gutfeld! is clunkier and more hostile, and the riffs meaner, because he’s got a job to do for Fox News."

Geraldo Unloads on Gutfeld in Fight Over Abortion: ‘You Insulting Punk!’

Geraldo Rivera and Greg Gutfeld got into a squabble on Wednesday about abortion in light of how the Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade. On the Fox News roundtable show The Five, Rivera began by accusing the three justices nominated by former President Donald Trump—Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett—of lying during their confirmation hearings, a process which Rivera said “is absolutely deeply flawed.”

Gutfeld: The White House wants to police people's opinions

As the border dissolves like a sandcastle on the beach, inflation soars and crime runs rampant. What's the Department of Homeland Security consumed with? I'll give you a hint. It ain't homeland security. It's what you have to say about them and their failures. Apparently they’re as thin-skinned as Nancy...

'Gutfeld!' on Gascon and LA crime, mask mandates

This is a rush transcript from "Gutfeld!," April 19, 2022. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. GREG GUTFELD, FOX NEWS CHANNEL HOST: Jeez. Oh, hey, look at you. Happy Tuesday. What a marvelous time to be alive. Well, if you weren't working for CNN Plus. Sick burn, but you should consider yourself lucky and grateful. And not just because you're watching the former Calvin Klein underwear model who also happens to be the king of late night. Although you should be. Gratitude matters. I even thanked my assistant today by not making her cry.
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Gutfeld: Some networks have nothing to brag about

What do you expect? It was based on a premise that people who like CNN would spend money on CNN+. Problem is: There are no people who like CNN. It's on at airports for the same reason there are uncomfortable chairs — to get you to leave. Everyone hates...