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Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld Calls Colleague Juan Williams ‘Ignorant’ for Claiming Crowd Booed Trump

One was speaking truth, the other was pushing a fake narrative, as this op-ed explains

We’ve all been waiting for this day for a long time.

Thank you for being the hero America needed, Greg Gutfeld!

Yes, everyone, it finally happened.

Fox News host Greg Gutfeld called colleague Juan Williams “ignorant” during Monday’s episode of “The Five.”

Gutfeld’s comment came after Williams attacked Trump’s supporters — and then wrongly claimed that the crowd at Saturday’s UFC match booed President Donald Trump.

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Willams was pushing the fake news narrative from the lying mainstream media, in my view.

The “booing” narrative was debunked by all those who could clearly watch the video and see and hear the cheers.

Just because 10 people out of 50,000 boo doesn’t mean the “crowd booed” Trump.

Fox News’ Ed Henry called out the fake news media for pushing the false narrative that Trump was loudly booed when he entered the venue.

Henry called the media “juvenile” for pushing out the one-sided report.

Henry said, “This has all gotten so juvenile. If you listen to the audio, you can hear all the cheers.”

You can watch the video below:

As you can imagine, Williams was none too thrilled to be called out by Gutfeld, but it was high time someone spoke the truth.

You can watch the video below:

A version of this piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com; this article is used by permission.

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