Geraldo Pays Brutal Price After His Sick Comment About Conservatives

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Geraldo Rivera, a former Fox News anchor, tried to criticize conservatives for being ignorant of the problem of illegal immigration, but instead of receiving support, he received criticism on the internet for his own lack of self-awareness.

According to his X post, Rivera is currently residing in the affluent, liberal Shaker Heights, Ohio, and stated that “many of the folks most concerned with illegal immigrant aliens have never actually seen one.”

More than 14,000 readers responded to his story in a huge way to that, many criticizing the liberal writer for omitting how evident the problem of illegal immigration has become for common Americans.

Kenen Riley observed one. Dinesh D’Souza, a documentary filmmaker, wrote, “It was the last one she saw.” Riley was a University of Georgia medical student who passed away, and authorities in Georgia have detained an illegal immigrant in connection with the death.

“Laken Riley saw one. It was the last one she saw,” wrote documentary filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza. Georgia investigators recently arrested an illegal immigrant in the death of Riley, who was a medical student at the University of Georgia.

“I encounter them everyday in LA. Where the f*** do you live?” wrote RedState columnist Buzz Patterson.

Others questioned Rivera’s way of life, speculating that he might reside in a “gated community” where he is shielded from the thugs that have infiltrated the lives of the populace due to a record number of illegal border crossings.

The sight of illegal immigrants on the streets or in the construction business is normal, according to commentators from New York, a city that has crumbled so badly under the influx of new migrants that Mayor Eric Adams is now bussing some to New Jersey or other states.

The outcry is nearly a humorous caricature of the anger that Rivera aroused in November by going above and beyond to stand up for Hunter Biden in the midst of his continuing criminal investigations.

Rivera wrote on X that by writing a letter volunteering to be questioned in public over the ongoing probe into his financial relationship with his father, President Joe Biden, Hunter is “calling GOP Rep James Comer’s bluff.” Hunter’s lawyers referred to the investigation as a “cloaked, one-sided process,” a judgment that Rivera evidently agreed with.

Rivera’s frequent rival, Greg Gutfeld, attacked him earlier this year when he showed up on the ultra-liberal “The View” to discuss how former President Donald Trump has transformed the Republican Party into a cult.

“Poor thing. In lieu of flowers we set up a GoFundMe page to get him a barber,” Gutfeld said as the audience cackled. “But I credit The View for finally finding a guest with a bigger mustache than their panelists. They’re a hairy bunch.”


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