JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST): So to me, this is like: "Oh the whistleblower. Oh, who is the whistleblower. Whistleblower’s wrong. It’s second-hand." Then it was, “this is a perfect call, from the president" --
GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): Still, that’s still the fact.
WILLIAMS: -- “This is a perfect call," says the president, and then “no quid pro quo, we do this all the time." And now, all of this is going down the drain, and I think you’re starting to see people saying, “You know, this could be a problem,” Jesse.
JESSE WATTERS (CO-HOST): I'm not so sure about that, Juan, and we do know who the whistleblower is, Greg?
GUTFELD: Do we? But we’re not allowed to say. Look, I think that -- I’ve never seen a media so careful to do the bidding of a political party. There’s a huge story in front of them, the story of who the whistleblower is. Did he work with Biden? Did he work with Schiff? Did he work with Brennan? Did he work with DNC operatives to help initiate the collusion narrative. The excuse is of course, “Hey, we are protecting him from danger, danger, danger." That’s a lie. They are protecting them from scrutiny, is what they are doing.