Fox News Host Defends Mosque Surveillance By Comparing Islam To Biker Gangs

Fox News Host Defends Mosque Surveillance By Comparing Islam To Biker Gangs

Gutfeld: "That Enables Anybody To Start A Religion In Order To Create Some Kind Of Criminal Activity"

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From the June 14 edition of Fox News' The Five:

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GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): This is what drives me crazy, OK. Apology to biker gangs everywhere, but imagine if there were chapters of a biker gang, let's say it was Hell's Angels, all throughout the country and there was trouble coming from those gangs. No one would have a problem surveilling them. So we're giving an exemption based on a religion which, to me, is absurd. I don't care if it's Islam, I don't care if it's Mormons, Scientology, Catholicism. If there's something emanating from certain chapters that is dangerous, you receive no special exemption because you are a religion. That is baloney, because that enables anybody to start a religion in order to create some kind of criminal activity. It's wrong. Nuts. 

Previously:

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Fox's Greg Gutfeld On The Islamic World: "We're In The 21st Century, And We're Dealing With People In The 6th Century"

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