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Greg Gutfeld ripped the LA Times, leaving one show "mysteriously" from the January 6th committee summary.

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Yes, if you ridicule the idea that the media is working from the same script, the same playbook, the same oxygen-deficient brain, Thursday's L. A. You need to see the Times articleat midnight. The alleged comedian covered the January 6 hearing 

All late-night shows covered by the Times featured exactly the same unison response. Put the female's head into a coma.

Late Show: The January 6th committee said, "coockoo, oogahh, psss, halala, hatche-matche."

Daily Show: Yes, I was shocked to hear that Trump had thrown away his food. Because, to be honest, this guy is taking selfies with food rather than children.

THE TONIGHT SHOW: Immediately, the agent was like, "Who took him out of the car seat?" And knowing Trump, he probably completed the Big Mac first and then threw the plate.

Midnight with Seth Meyers:It's not unrealistic. People who eat ketchup at lunch.

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Wow. Well, these shows should display a warning, "Don't operate heavy equipment later or expect entertainment while watching." They aren't even trying to think outside the box. Maybe it's because the comedy is a dead casket. It seems that everyone thinks comedy is not their job. After a few minutes, you'll agree that it's not a hobby. 

Instead, their job is to spit out acceptable, liberal, elitist assumptions to be safe. Meanwhile, their audience felt they were in Gitmo's television room, and Pete Hegses had a remote control. This explains why the audience is declining as Speedo is full of ice cubes. 

Cassidy Hutchinson, who was an aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows during the administration of former U.S. President Donald Trump, demonstrates Trump's actions inside the presidential limousine on January 6 as she testifies during a public hearing of the U.S. House Select Committee to investigate the January 6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 28, 2022. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Former President Cassidy Hutchinson Donald Trump Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows testified at a hearing of the U.S. House of Representatives Election Committee to investigate the attack on the United States on January 6 in the presidential limousine on January 6. Shows Trump's behavior. Capitol, Capitol Hill, Washington, USA, June 28, 2022. REUTERS / Kevin Lamarque (REUTERS / Kevin Lamarque)

On the other hand,our evaluation illnessand illness, in a good way illness. yes. Teens say "we're sick" in a good way, not "hey, what are these pains, why do you want to eat bananas and throw dung?" think. Shout at the monkeypox. But we don't just steal their viewers. We are taking what has a big fat wallet. It's like we smash and grab them and take only the good ones. 

This will return you to the LA Times. They covered what the late night people said about January 6th, but strangely interrupted one show. What kind of show is it? And do you think it's what A doesn't confuse other shows? B, and defeating their junk less than a year after it was aired, and C was hotter than the cast iron skillet, the handle of the skillet, and couldn't even finish me. I want to read that again. And C had the host hotter than the handle of a cast iron skillet and left it in the oven for 3 hours. Thank you for writing the cat. Yes, that is this show, "Gutfeld". show. 

Then why L. A. Will Times exclude us from the summary? What is their reasoning? 

Well, if the main show at midnight goes against the suitability of other shows, I think it's a story. It's a late-night TV. But no, they ignored this show, as I was trying to lap dance with Applebee's. I'm confused, and it's all those bright lights. 

Again, the problem is why. Well, it's like a January 6 hearing. If you don't show anything on the other side, it helps you to think that it doesn't exist. It's like a car making a strange noise, so when you turn on the radio, the sound suddenly disappears. It's like covering your eyes, sticking your fingers in your ears, and singing la la la la la. The doctor's method is the safest way to get through "Fox&Friends". They haven't seen 

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With a few exceptions, mainstream media outlets are turning backwards to ignore our success. Ignoring it means that we don't exist. There is no viable alternative to their clad fest. Indeed, if their minds were closed any further, they would be at the post office on July 4th. 

So what does it say about their beliefs and ego? They may know that neither can withstand the challenge.

The same thing that happened when FoxNews was launched 25 years agoThey laughed, ridiculed, and you saw what happened. .. It is trampling like grapes at the feet of an Italian wine maker. 

I often get questions from college students, "Where am I and why am I tied up?" But also, "How do you deal with people who surpass me on campus and throw me in the trash for my beliefs?" As you know, I always say, "I stab them in the face with a true and honest knife." When people tell you ---- different, "Have you ever wondered why I choose the harder path? Why do I make myself harder? 

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 09: The House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th hearing in the Cannon House Office Building on Thursday, June 9, 2022 in Washington, DC. The bipartisan Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack On the United States Capitol has spent nearly a year conducting more than 1,000 interviews, reviewed more than 140,000 documents day of the attack.

Washington DC-June 9: January 6 in Cannon House Select Committee investigating Sunday's hearing Thursday, June 9, 2022, House Office Building in Washington, DC. A bipartisan selection committee investigating the January 6 attack on the United States took nearly a year. We conducted more than 1,000 interviews and reviewed more than 140,000 documents on the day of the attack.(Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

So I can do you, so aren't you curious why I do that? It's less popular than the class called Intro to Chlamydia. "It evaporates me. This is a question I asked in the competition. "Have you ever wondered why we aren't doing you?" Is it because we are stupid or crazy? Or maybe I know what you don't know. The answer is not as important as they hear the question. It's like asking her wife, "Why do tennis professionals live together?" 

Indeed, I was able to do their liberal midnight stick. Panda ring is the simplest form of comedy. I wish someone could explain it to the SNL writer. Without saying anything about the president who flopped a bike that stopped as if he was turning around in the Tour de France, they still say "Trump is an evil cheat joke" that became obsolete in 2016. .. 

Certainly, people in this industry don't like us, myself, Kat and Tyrus. Well, I'm guessing, I'm guessing Tyrus is a little less than our others. Not only is there something smarter than you, but something about giving you junk to someone who can fold you into his purse. 

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But this show was a success The more I did, the more I lost my friends. Before I became harmless, they could stroke me with my head and say, "He knows nothing more." But when the victory begins, suddenly they don't want you anymore, and they will downplay your idea and say, "You used to be fun, but now it's not." 

They don't want to face you. Probably because I knew better than them, they don't have to fight for their beliefs. We all have to agree, otherwise the cocktail party is the worst. Especially in this industry, what a chick ---- The L is the way to live your life. A. Times ignored us because they were cowards. Will they come to sing why we are killing it in the future? Who cares, we don't need him. But hey, unlike their hearts, our doors are always open.

Greg Gutfeld is currently hosting "Gutfeld" on Fox News Channel (FNC). Co-sponsored by (11:00 pm / ET on weekdays) and "The Five" (5 pm / ET on weekdays). He joined the network in 2007 as a contributor. He is the author of several books.His latest work is "Plus: Self-help for those who dislike self-help"Click here for more information on Greg Gutfeld