Fox's Guilfoyle Says Quentin Tarantino Speech At Police Brutality Protest Could “Engender More Violence Towards Police Officers”

From the October 26 edition of Fox News' The Five:

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KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE: Well, it does seem that it's kind of filled with artifice. Like what is his real motivation in going there? It didn't seem to me like this was something of like a pure motive. First of all, I don't think he should have done this whatsoever. I think it's disgraceful ... It's so out of touch with decency and respect.

GREG GUTFELD: Four days after a New York City cop was shot and killed.

GUILFOYLE: Right, and a guy knowing he has this kind of, you know, influence and reach with his the popularity of his films should really have a little bit better of a moral compass about right and wrong and the influence that he might have. The type of presence that he has showing up at something like this could, in fact, engender more violence towards police officers. And so he has to take that responsibility very seriously.


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