Liberals have a real issue with biological reality — and Geraldo Rivera is the latest example.
Rivera, who seems to believe he is the arbiter of who is Latino, took to Twitter and television Sunday and Monday to declare Jeb Bush more Latino than the actual Latinos running for the Republican nomination in 2016, Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.
“@JebBush is at least as Latino as @senmarcorubio and far more Latino than @SenTedCruz. Jeb habla’s and Columba, his wife is Mexican-born,” the mustached muttonhead tweeted on Monday.
— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) June 16, 2015
On Sunday’s “The Five,” Rivera went even further, arguing that Bush represents Mexican Latinos more than Rubio, who is of Cuban descent.
Geraldo spouts off at the 7:10 mark.
Having a Mexican wife and speaking Spanish makes someone Hispanic in Geraldo’s world.
Then again progressives today think you can be trans-anything.
It didn’t take long for the Twitterverse to smash Geraldo for his statements.
— Me, Myself & I, I, I (@LifeOnAHorse) June 16, 2015
— Taxpayer1234 (@Taxpayers1234) June 16, 2015
— Don Fredrick (@Colony14) June 16, 2015
— Tombee (@deseeded) June 16, 2015
— Hana Five O (@HanaFiveO) June 16, 2015
.@GeraldoRivera By that logic you stopped being “Hispanic” when you married a white girl.
— SpaceRacer423 (@SpaceRacer423) June 16, 2015
— Linda Baker (@LuckyL8e) June 16, 2015
@GeraldoRivera So then . . . Rachel Dolezal IS black; right? Because she once married a black guy, and she definitely hablas, so . . .
— TocksNedlog (@gypsyluc) June 16, 2015
@GeraldoRivera Are you insane? His parents are white, he is not Latino bc he speaks Spanish and married a Mexican
— ConservativeLatina (@Jary798) June 16, 2015
— ✩ Megan ✩ (@MeganSmiles) June 16, 2015
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