Greg Gutfeld, co-host of Fox News' "The Five," on Monday went on a scathing rant against actor Jim Carrey over his anti-gun music parody video that mocks gun owners and the late Charlton Heston.
"He is probably the most pathetic tool on the face of the earth and I hope his career is dead and I hope he ends up sleeping in his car like his life began," Gutfeld began. "This video only made me want to go out and buy a gun. He thinks this is biting satire, going after rural America and a dead man."
Gutfeld went on to say that Heston was one of the first actors to get behind the civil rights movement in the 1960s.
"What did this jackass Jim Carrey do? He was behind the anti-vaccine panic," he said. "He's a dirty, stinking coward, he's a moral coward."
"He's such a pathetic, sad, little freak. He's a gibbering mess, he's a modern bigot."
"Can you tell us how you really feel about him," co-host Bob Beckel chimed in.
So, Gutfeld went on.
"He's a bottomless pit of insecurity. And the desire for acceptance is why he's doing this because in his heart he knows he's a fraud," he added.
Even Beckel, the show's liberal co-host, struggled to remember the last hit Jim Carrey starred in.
Watch the rest of Gutfeld's rant via Fox News:
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To read TheBlaze's initial story about the parody music video starring Carrey, click here.
Mediaite's Matt Wilstein also provides a list of Gutfeld's tweets aimed at the anti-gun actor: