Should patriotism be enforced?: Gutfeld

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Published on March 4, 2024

Greg Gutfeld and guests discuss how the San Francisco Giant’s new manager, Bob Melvin, will require his team to stand for national anthem in policy shift on ‘Gutfeld!’

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19 comments

  • @kevingunderson3296 3 months ago

    Not to enforce patriotism, but to enact respect, or the semblence of respect…

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  • @scott4482 3 months ago

    The headline question misses the mark.
    They can still choose to kneel or disrespect the flag or anthem, only bnb is there are consequences of doing it. His team, he’s the boss

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  • @danielshields2960 3 months ago

    I thought it was duty!

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  • @danielshields2960 3 months ago

    Voluntarily duty, mmmm 🤔🧐🤨

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  • @user-cg6lt2eh4m 3 months ago

    They work for him and he makes the rules for the team. If you don’t like it leave.

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  • @invinoveritas6859 3 months ago

    If you dont love America,then take a hike to the other side of the fence!!🤨

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  • @johncamp-sk4ys 3 months ago

    trump 2024 lawfare for dems 2025

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  • @danielshields2960 3 months ago

    Protect the American Constitution!

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  • @hidjet 3 months ago

    BoMel is a leader

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  • @bryanb5353 3 months ago

    Here’s a better idea, let’s all bow down to our orange God.

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  • @Lostboy811 3 months ago

    He’s not demanding patriotism but respect. They can disagree with things but they have to respect. United we Stand

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  • @stephenleblanc4677 3 months ago

    I would expect much better conversation from a group of 12 y.o.’s. PS It is absolutely UNAMERICAN to force people to make expressions of belief. The National Anthem is not in the Constitution, the 1st amendment is.

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  • @zekelucente9702 3 months ago

    I am disabled and need a wheelchair to get into and out of the stadium and I never sit when the national anthem is played. It’s a sign of respect for the country and the brave men and women that have fought, died and served this great nation. Melvin’s stance is right. The players are employees and have any number of other opportunities to show their lack of patriotism if that’s what they choose.

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  • @zekelucente9702 3 months ago

    I get that Greg and Kat go way back, but she is the weak link on this show.

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  • @jar4584 3 months ago

    That’s why he’s a well-respected manager around the league

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  • @ramongerena5778 3 months ago

    Yes it should be. Go Bob 😊

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  • @Vangela_RealEstateAgent 3 months ago

    😂😂

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  • @Bay0Wulf 3 months ago

    The Team represents the Owners and, sometimes the location.
    The Team and Players either represent Them in the manner required or they can be replaced.
    Imagine a Team where Players decided to just wear arbitrary uniforms.

    Personally, I think Patriotism SHOULD Be Enforced. EVEN IF many of the Players are “Other Nationals”

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  • @mattpeacock5208 3 months ago

    That reference to Ted Williams needs to be noticed!!! Teddy Ballgame needs more recognition!!!

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