Greg Gutfeld: 'I Want to Be a Girl Scout'

| OCT 12, 2017 | 11:24 PM
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Fox News host Greg Gutfeld isn't taking it well that the Boy Scouts of America will be accepting girls for the first time in its 100-year history, and now, he has some demands: “I want to be a Girl Scout.”

The former host of the now-defunct Fox News late-night show “Red Eye,” attempted a comedic take down of the new Boy Scouts policy Thursday, sarcastically saying: “They have not gone far enough. Forget gender restrictions, what about age restrictions?”

“I want to be a Girl Scout,” Gutfeld said. “I want to be a Brownie. I look great in green. I like to sell cookies,” Gutfeld continued as “The Five” co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle can been seen rolling her eyes while he moves through his rant.

Gutfeld also said if the Boy Scouts discard “gender differences,” they should do the same for age differences.

“Don't be ageist,” he said. “If I want to be in a group with children, that should be my prerogative.”

Some conservatives were considerably outraged over the idea of girls joining the Boy Scouts:

While others viewed the move as a progressive step toward gender equality:

Watch Gutfeld's take below, via Fox News.

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