Fox's Gutfeld: Racial Quotas “Introduces Suspicion Among Your Peers, That You Really Didn't Earn The Job”

Greg Gutfeld: “Nobody Wants To Get A Job Based On A Quota, That Is A Fact”

From the January 20 edition of Fox News' The Five:

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GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): Juan, you know how I feel. The problem with quotas is it introduces suspicion among your peers, that you really didn't earn the job. Nobody wants to get a job based on a quota. That is a fact. I don't care who you are, you want to say I got the job because I deserved the job, not because I got the place, I fulfilled the color or whatever.

KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE (CO-HOST): Like the short funny guy, or --

GUTFELD: Hey, stop it. Blacks make up 15.2 percent of the population, but the percentage of blacks as directors are far smaller. So it's not about quality of movies, it's about quantity of directors, so you've got to get -- you've got to encourage blacks to get into the art of motion picture-making. And then they'll make more films, and then there will be better, more quality films to choose from.


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