Greg Gutfeld Can't Hide His Frustration with Co-Host, Watch What He Does with His Eyes


Greg Gutfeld appeared visibly agitated during a conversation about the Covenant school shooting on the Monday broadcast of Fox News’ “The Five.”

He even noticeably rolled his eyes at co-host Jeanine Pirro, according to Mediaite.

Gutfeld objected to a call for new gun control laws from left-leaning host Jessica Tarlov, interrupting Pirro to argue against Tarlov’s point.

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Pirro explained that it is unclear how the shooter acquired the guns used in the attack.

“This is why we shouldn’t be talking about this,” Gutfeld interjected. “Such a joke. All we do is speculate about this stuff. We don’t know anything about how she got the guns.”

Pirro believed that Gutfeld was talking to her. “I just said that. I just said we don’t know,” she said.

An irritated Gutfeld sniped back at her in response. “I know. I’m talking to [Tarlov]. Control yourself.”

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Gutfeld shook his head and rolled his eyes after brushing off his co-host, the normally jovial atmosphere on “The Five” perhaps darkened by a tragedy that can’t be discussed as a casual topic of conversation.

Pirro made her own point with gusto after Gutfeld’s remark. “The bottom line is you need to protect them,” she said. “Lock the d*** door! Period!”

Co-host Jesse Watters then cut in to pivot the segment to an awkward commercial break.

The shooter, Audrey Hale — a 28-year-old woman who identified as a man — attacked Nashville’s Covenant School with three firearms on Monday.

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Three children, all 9 years old, and three adults were killed before Hale was shot and killed by police.

The circumstances of the attack have led many to classify it as an anti-Christian hate crime. Hale had once attended Covenant, a private Presbyterian school.

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