“The Five” co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle attempted to pay tribute to the first female pilot in the United Arab Emirates’ Air Force for leading an airstrike on ISIS targets in Syria on Monday, but the segment quickly devolved into a series of sexist jokes, courtesy of Greg Gutfeld and Eric Bolling.
“I salute her,” Bolling said of Maj. Mariam Al Mansouri. “Would that be considered boobs on the ground or no?”
“Oh my God. Why did they ruin my thing?” Guilfoyle said quietly while shaking her head.
Although Guilfoyle did mention she wished it was an American female pilot who joined the mission, her tribute (above) on the Fox News channel did start off on a positive note.
“Hey ISIS, you were bombed by a woman. Oh yeah, hell came down on ISIS in Syria because — guess what — the first female pilot, piloting for the UAE, leading the strikes,” Guilfoyle said. “I hope that hurt extra bad because in some Arab countries, women can’t even drive.”
Gutfield quickly proved his co-hosts must be extremely delicate with their choice of words, because he took advantage of the remark to enforce a sexist stereotype.
“After she bombed it, she couldn’t park it,” Gutfeld said.