Apparently, The Five thought today was a slow news day. Never mind that there were plenty of developments in the Russiagate investigation. To The Five, the top story - worth 10 minutes of discussion - was Kathy Griffin's photo shoot with a bloody "head" of Donald Trump.
Today, former national security adviser Michael Flynn agreed to turn over documents to the Senate Intelligence Committee investigating Russiagate; it was reported that former FBI Director James Comey will not be blocked from testifying to the same committee; and CNN revealed that Russian officials have been caught by U.S. intelligence saying that they have "derogatory" financial information about Trump and his top aides that they thought would give them leverage over him.
But even though Griffin has since profusely apologized, The Five still thought 10 minutes of conservative-victim whining at the top of the show was in order.
And at nine minutes into the hour, they were still at it:
Juan Williams, the lone liberal on the totally fair and balanced five-person panel, brought up the conservative double standard regarding Ted Nugent. But Williams merely referred to Nugent's recent visit to the White House. Not mentioned was how Nugent received a rock-star welcome on Fox & Friends on May 19 despite his long history of violent rhetoric toward Democrats. Heck, even right there on Fox & Friends, Nugent "joked" about going "varmint hunting" in downtown New York City. The Fox & Friends hosts laughed appreciatively in response.
I haven't heard any outrage from Fox conservatives about Nugent.
Watch what The Five thinks was the most important story of the day below, from the May 30, 2017 The Five.
Comedian will do anything for attention
The visual will create more outrage from the right than millions of Americans losing health care or anything that comes from the Russian investigation.
The only thing she accomplished was put her own head on a platter.
Post excerpts of the lawsuit and discuss the complaints against these demons on social media, national and local publications. Call talk radio (AM, FM and Internet). Post comments about the lawsuits on TV/YouTube Channels.
Remind the masses of the lawsuits 24/7. Because of the numerous litigations against the Foxies, the mouthpieces are not allowed to discuss the case on their shows. Therefore, they cannot respond to the masses criticism of them.
We will give you topic of discussions:
1. Discuss the class action lawsuit by black Fox “News” employees.
2. Discuss the sexual harassment case against the Foxies.
3. Call out colleges and universities’ internship programs at the Foxies.
A. “Should colleges and universities allow internships at Fox “News” given the numerous discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuits against them? What does that teach the students? Don’t colleges and universities have policies against racism and gender discrimination?
4. Businesses, faith-based and nonprofit organizations invite these toxic mouthpieces to speak at their fundraisers in New York City, Long Island, and outside the state.
A. “Is it wise for nonprofit or charitable organizations to invite Fox “News” hosts to speak at their fundraisers, given the multiple lawsuits against the network? I think it would hurt the organizations in the long run. If I were the organizers I would not invite these hosts, or their spouses to any fundraiser while the network deals with these numerous lawsuits."
Don’t fight fire with fire. Fight fire with a tidal wave to knock out the fire.