GREG GUTFELD (HOST): My problem with the debate wasn't really the candidates at all because the outcomes you get are created by the design. And Fox joining Univision, perhaps, was the worst partnership I've ever seen since Bud Light hired Dylan Mulvaney.
I mean, you have a host, unload a litany of liberal clichés whose premises we challenge successfully every day and yet they were treated as approved truths. She had no follow-up to each one, which is weird, so it was like a deliberate list prepared by the DNC to tweak the candidates, to tweak the audience. It didn't feel like a journalism debate to me, it felt like The View without pastries.
By the way, this isn't on Fox, right? So, don't accuse me of shooting in the tent. Hosts had their autonomy over their questions. This is on the RNC who felt they had to have Fox partner with Univision as if it would be value added when in fact it was value subtracted. Perhaps, give Univision their own debate — right — instead of loading questions with like these not so subtle accusations. I was waiting for her to ask one of the candidates, "When was the last time you beat your kids?" It was just so silly.