Greg Gut­feld laments ‘worst’ Fox part­ner­ship with Uni­vi­sion for sec­ond debate

Fox News anchor Greg Gut­feld com­pared his net­work’s part­ner­ship with Uni­vi­sion to that of Bud Light and Dylan Mul­vaney.
The two net­works came togeth­er to host and mod­er­ate the sec­ond Repub­li­can pri­ma­ry debate on Wednes­day. A pan­el of mod­er­a­tors includ­ed Dana Peri­no of Fox News, Stu­art Var­ney of Fox Busi­ness, and Ilia Calderon of Uni­vi­sion. Gut­feld con­grat­u­lat­ed Peri­no on Thurs­day dur­ing The Five, claim­ing she was “shoul­der­ing the load for two hours.”
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“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,” Gut­feld said.
Gut­feld was refer­ring to the beer com­pa­ny hir­ing Mul­vaney, a bio­log­i­cal man who iden­ti­fies as a woman, for an ad cam­paign fea­tur­ing Mul­vaney’s face on one beer can. The anchor would go on to cri­tique Calderon.
“I mean, you have a host unload a litany of lib­er­al clich­es whose premis­es we chal­lenge suc­cess­ful­ly every day. And yet, they were treat­ed as ap …