Fox’s Bob Beckel Explains Why People Become Nudists: They ‘Were Gang-Banged Probably’

November 21, 2012 at 8:29 am (Bob Beckel, California, Dana Perino, Fox News, Gang-Banged, Nudists, Nudity, San Francisco, Sexual Assault, The Five)

Um… er…

I’m at a loss.  Any ideas on why Bob Beckel, co-host of The Five, would explain away nudists by assuming they “were gang-banged” or “had sexual assault on them” as children?

Beckel usually let’s fly with some real winners when he starts shooting from the hip.  It does get him into some embarrassing situations.  For instance, this episode where he had the cast and crew in stitches trying to come up with the past tense for the word ‘tweet’.  For those not willing to click on the link, the word rhymed with ‘swat’.

Anyway, here it is via Mediaite:

During a Fox News segment on the ongoing fight over whether nudists should be allowed to walk the streets of San Francisco, The Five co-host Bob Beckel gave a rather colorful explanation for why people become nudists in their adult life.

The remarks came after co-host Dana Perino asked the table: “What happened to these people as children that they don’t want to wear any clothes?”

Andrea Tantaros said the nudists are “desperate for attention.”

“Most of them were gang banged probably,” Beckel chimed in. The two-shot camera showed Perino wincing in shock.

“I don’t know,” he continued over his co-hosts’ laughter and disbelief. “They could have had sexual assault on them?”

The camera stayed on him, as his co-hosts remained silent, and an irritated Beckel seemingly pushed back against the producers talking to him from the control room…

Here’s the video…

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VIDEO: Say Bob Beckel, What’s the Past Tense of Tweet?

February 17, 2012 at 9:08 pm (Bill Maher, Bob Beckel, MSNBC, Pat Buchanan, Sarah Palin, The Five, Tweet, Twitter)

What’s the past tense of tweet?

Well, apparently if you’re Bob Beckel it’s a word that Bill Maher likes to use when describing women that are more successful than he’ll ever be.

Beckel left the cast and crew of The Five in near tears when he let loose a phrase he certainly didn’t mean to, in discussing the matter of Pat Buchanan and his suspension from MSNBC.

“The black dude got suspended from CNN for saying something on Tweeter or twitter, whatever he calls it, twats, twits….  I’m sorry”.

Never mind the fact that had the man sitting directly to his left, Eric Bolling, ever started a sentence with the words ‘The Black Dude’, liberals would have immediately called for his firing. Beckel will slide on that, no doubt.

The crew tried their best to save the segment, but Beckel couldn’t quite recover.

Watch below:

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