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'Even libs agree': Greg Gutfeld torches CNN and John Berman for the 'deliberately clipped' Jesse Watters video to create a 'fake' threat

Fox News fired back at those calling for the firing of Jesse Watters over that edited clip we told you about yesterday where he suggested ambush-style interviews of Dr. Anthony Fuauci to deliver a rhetorical “kill shot.” From Yahoo News:


“Based on watching the full clip and reading the entire transcript, it’s more than clear that Jesse Watters was using a metaphor for asking hard-hitting questions to Dr. Fauci about gain-of-function research and his words have been twisted completely out of context.”

But Fox’s statement was tame when compared to that of Greg Gutfeld, noting the “even libs agree” Watters wasn’t saying what CNN insinuated he said in the clip:

And he called on CNN’s John Berman to “be a man” and “correct it”:

The Washington Post’s Dave Weigel was quick to note that Watters wasn’t talking about violence:


And Twitchy regular Parker Molloy even agreed with him:

If only:



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