Friday, October 10, 2014

This Is Why I Love "The Five"

One of my favorite shows on the Fox News Channel is the afternoon show "The Five", called that because it is on 5:00pm ET and it has 5 great participants.  Today, Wednesday, on The Five were Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino, Eric Bolling, Bob Beckel and Kimberly Guilfoyle.  The two other regulars most often seen are Andrea Tantaros and [in place of Bob when he is absent] Juan Williams.

"The Five"  Regulars:  Kimberly Guilfoyle, Bob Beckel, Eric Bolling, Dana Perino, 
Greg Gutfeld, and Andrea Tantaros

The reason I love this show so much is all summed up in this video from Wednesday's show.  The members of The Five are willing to take on any issue or any other outrageous moment from another network, like what happened on MSNBC on Wednesday [well, on MSNBC there are so many outrageous statements made every day, I guess the day really doesn't matter].

Bill Maher once had a show called Politically Incorrect [I have no idea if he still does as after watching a couple of episodes I determined it really should have been called politically correct].  Well, the Five could actually have been given the title of politically incorrect because, unlike Maher's show, they do take on politically incorrect positions, almost every day on the show.   And I love it.

On Wednesday's show, Bob Beckel played this clip of two talking heads on MSNBC to demonstrate the ridiculousness of those two men.  You had leftist Michael Eric Dyson and James Peterson, unbelievably say that American Christians have no right to talk about ISIS terrorists because they are just as bad as they accuse the Islamic terrorists of being.  Yes, you heard right.  Dyson and Peterson actually made a moral equivalence between Islamic terrorists and American Christians.

You should have seen the expressions of exasperation from the members of The Five after they heard the head scratching rhetoric from those two leftists.  Unlike most other shows, the members of The Five [even including the liberal Bob Beckel] didn't mince words in criticizing these MSNBC talking heads.

If you have never seen The Five, I think you will understand when watching the following video why it is moments like this why I love "The Five".

Clip from Wed. addition of The Five on the Fox News Channel:

Keep up the good work members of "The Five."  


bradley said...

Bravo to the five and ESP bob beckel

Big Mike said...

Amen Brad! TY Bob Beckel!