Zing! As Twitchy reported, MSNBC ran an “unflippingbelievable” spot by Melissa Harris-Perry that basically said “all your children belong to us.” Earlier today, Ms. Harris-Perry doubled-down, after whining about being “persecuted” when people, you know, took umbrage with the idea that their children aren’t really theirs. Twitter users schooled her: It does take a village to school a collectivist village idiot.

Now, Fox News’ “The Five” took the spot on.

And it was beautiful. Watch!

Gutfeld, as always, hit it out of the park.


Indeed. What about babies born alive … and screaming … during an abortion?

Amen. Hello? Mama grizzlies! Mama grizzly extraordinaire, Sarah Palin, weighed in again earlier today with an amazing zinger: “You didn’t birth this.” 

Twitter users all notice a little something familiar: The Borg.

The gang also slammed the academia Ivory Tower. Ms. Harris-Perry needs to start sipping on her chai lattes outside of the tower once in a while.

Alas, that likely won’t help.

But, hey, there is a plus side, as Gutfeld also wisely pointed out!



Truth and co-signed. And not just because he said that Twitchy is “the most interesting thing I’ve seen happen.”

  • Billie Slash

    Greg Gutfeld: The Silver-Tongued Viscount of Veracity

    • Clayton Grant

      Very verbose veracity at that.

      • mapache

        I would say more succinct than verbose.

        • Guest

          I would say you need to look up the word verbose.

          • mapache

            back at you. Gutfeld says a lot in few words…verbose means excessive wordage. Facts are stubborn things.

  • Danny Wheeler

    They should’ve used Zero Wing’s AYB.

  • TJ

    Next to be owned by the collective are your organs. Bio Ethics: “Why wait until you are dead when they can harvest your organs”… to better the lives of many people of the collective. If you can not justify that you can care for your children they will be taken and if you can not justify your existence your organs will be owned by the collective and taken.

    • Clayton Grant

      They are trying to herd the drones to serve the hive.

      • Catchance

        Heh. But that begs the question: who’s the queen?

        • Hiraghm

          Barney Frank of course.

    • Hiraghm

      The Body Banks of “The Starchild Trilogy” where the Plan of Man would send you so your organs could serve the Plan when you proved… uncooperative.

  • sueanneh

    Dang- I sure am glad they belong to everyone else. I was getting tired of them. Who wants them next weekend?

    • TomJB

      Just observe which of your neighbors watches MSNBC. Friday night, just stop by with the kids and say “here you go, we will be back tomorrow morning”

  • peteee363

    i think greg hit on something! if they are “our” children, send some over, i need my carpets cleaned, and my backyard needs some work.

    • http://twitter.com/amberleetweet Amber Lee

      only if you babysit our collective children so that I can get my hair done

  • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

    You can really tell Beckel is starting to see the light, albeit at a snail’s pace. He is an old time Democrat who doesn’t like where his party is heading. He stills defends them but you can tell he is having trouble with it.

    • TeaPartyGeezer

      I’ve noticed that lately, too. When he starts to say something, I often hit MUTE cuz I just don’t want to hear the garbage. Lately, I haven’t had to MUTE him nearly as often as I used to. I figured his friendship with the others on the show had finally started to open his eyes.

      • Avey Owyns

        Have you noticed that whenever the other four say something that is blatantly true about the left, he pipes in: Hey, *I* never do that!! Wahhhhh!!!

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        Sometimes I think he just takes the liberal side of an argument just to not look like a traitor. I really believe though that the Communist rhetoric they are spewing more and more genuinely bothers him hence his stance on The Amazing Race debacle and this.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        Sometimes I think he just takes the liberal side of an argument just to not look like a traitor. I really believe though that the Communist rhetoric they are spewing more and more genuinely bothers him hence his stance on The Amazing Race debacle and this.

    • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

      There’s people like that all over the Midwest, yet they still pulled the lever for Obama.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        Yes, they vote for letters not candidates.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        Yes, they vote for letters not candidates.

    • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

      Juan Williams last night talking to Hannity about how conservative African American’s are treated was an eye opener too- he had no argument, and even said he agrees because he is called the same names just for being a Fox contributer.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        I figure when you are around that much common sense constantly some of it has to sink in.

  • rivers

    Does this mean I can discipline other people’s unruly children in restaurants?

  • J. Cox
    • Anyone00

      Yeah, we all pretty well know their answer would be to scoff and tell us ‘it’s not a child’. They are really good at determining non-persons, aren’t they?

  • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

    And the Gutfield winning streak continues….

  • Zefal

    The children belong to der fatherland! Heil Hillary!

  • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

    “@sylviagam I agree w/Greg Gutfeld…if it is a collective, I have chores & no kids. Send some over. Yard work to do.”

    How about some of those young people with rosy glasses on who play 14 hours of Halo everyday in their dorm room and sleep in till 2 PM on the weekend.

  • Paul Citro

    It just go to show you how COLD the left is.

  • Hiraghm

    add to Greg’s list of banned words “inappropriate”. plz.

  • notenoughtime

    After putting the 3rd of our 4 children through college, could I send my tuition bill to Perry to cover!

  • Hiraghm

    In 1962, during his visit to the Soviet Union, Robert A. Heinlein learned that Soviet schoolchildren, beginning at the age of 15 months, spent about 2 hours a day with their mother, the rest of their waking hours being spent in the collective school.

    American children spend so much time in public socialist indoctrination centers thanks to the left-led feminist movement, so that modern women have to warehouse their children in public schools while they pursue their career in the food services industry at McDonald’s. Beckel is trying to bootstrap.

  • MJ Pauls

    My daughter’s diaper is poopy. Is Melissa Harris-Perry going to come change it?

  • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

    When this ad first came out I didn’t see what all the hullabaloo was about. There was a time when I think some, if not all of us believed in “it takes a village”. How times have changed- especially when you have teachers berating kids for not adopting the group think of libs, having them “stomp on Jesus” and basically drilling them into being liberals. No thanks, MHP or teachers unions.

  • teamfrazzled

    Everyday one example after another only proves liberalism really is a mental illness.

  • BlueStateRepub

    I would love for Gutfeld to run for office since I agree with him on almost everything. But he’d never leave his basement, and all those houseboys tied up therein.

  • Junie3

    This was MSNBC bringing Hillary’s plan out, this is what those demonic miscreants believe, brain washing your children. Destroying the family. Dear God help this country!

  • Becky Kemp

    If your kids attend government schools then they really do not belong to you during that time.

  • http://www.facebook.com/richard.jefferies.96 Richard Jefferies

    So can a collective of Christian’s raise their collective children the way they see fit without the interference of the government? Melissa H-P, go. No, of course they can’t! The rhetoric is obvious. Schools used to be the property of the community, but that has been being challenged since the 1920s. In 1953 the government took its first step towards federalizing education. In 1979, just as Carter was leaving in disgrace, he formed the Department of Education, which Reagan should have immediately put the kibosh on.

    Since then the DoE has had its budget increased from 14.5 billion to 78 billion today. Have we seen any positive change? No, all we hear is people like Melissa Harris Perry saying we don’t spend enough on schools. What’s this we sh**? I certainly pay out plenty in property taxes to support my local schools. I could have my child educated far better if I had that money returned to me.

  • Debra Schueth

    I adopt kids who have been raised by the “collective”.. i.e. kids who have languished in foster care while being raised by newbie social workers, public schools, attorneys (who see them once every 6 months), judges, multiple foster parents, newbie therapists, and bleeding heart liberals. These are kids that are so damaged that no one else will take them.

    Trust me, I have worked in the foster care system as a caseworker and then as a supervisor, and these kids are more screwed up after they came out of foster care than they were going into it. I now run a business from home so after I formally adopted them I home school them. Even being around them 24/7 it takes me a good solid two years to get them back on track where they can be somewhat decent, kind, and SOMETIMES loving!! So it really scares me when people talk about the “collective” raising our children… trust me, been there, seen that, doesn’t work!

  • Brian

    Of course, twitchy would be focused on talking points and “sticking it” to those liberals, when what Melissa said is not a brand new concept. A neighborhood and a community that doesn’t just take the “That’s not my child so I don’t care” approach. I suppose people shouldn’t care that the child next door is starving, or being abused. If someone sees a child getting kidnapped, not their business. If the neighborhood isn’t safe, a parent should only care about their child, and not the children of the community. Quite unfortunate. There was once a time when everyone looked out for each other. This is a non-issue trumped up by the right, and comparing it to the pro-choice versus pro-life debate is absurd. I suppose you’re going to compare a raped pregnant woman to this too, since it’s the “unborn”? And Melissa actually supports health care funded birth control, so she absolutely cares for there not to be unplanned pregnancies in the 1st place. Which would make sense seeing as, well, teen pregnancies are highest in red states, and has been declining in liberal states like NY

  • Donna W

    “We’ve known for years that our daughter doesn’t belong to us any more.”