Gutfeld: Grammys Arrogant ‘Spoiled Child’ Projecting Faults Onto Public

Fox News Channel host Greg Gutfeld argued that the Grammys’ “black lives matter” and anti-domestic violence messages were examples of Hollywood “arrogance” projecting its faults onto everyone else on Monday’s broadcast of “The Five.”

Gutfeld stated that the use of the “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture by multiple performers shows “symbolism always beats fact.” He continued, “the Grammys tackle two issues, black lives matter and domestic violence. The arrogance of all of this is that it’s directed at America when it should be directed at the Grammys. I mean where do you start? You’ve got Chris Brown in the audience, you’ve got Suge Knight in jail. You ever read Eminem’s lyrics about his wife? The entertainment industry is a spoiled child that projects all its faults on the public. They’re every bit as guilty, if not more guilty.”

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