If you get on Geraldo Rivera’s bad side he has no problem telling you what you can do about it — even if he does delete it later.
On Thursday gay activist, and all around jerk, Dan Savage viciously attacked Bristol Palin and Fox News simultaneously in a blog post after the daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin revealed she is again pregnant out of wedlock.
Savage referred to Palin in his headline as “Bristol ‘Screw As I Say Not As I Screw’ Palin,” before launching turning his attention to the number one rated cable news station.
“If Bristol Palin’s last name was “Obama” the whole Hee Haw gang at Fox News would spend half of every day for the next nine months telling us that Bristol Obama has terrible parents,” Savage wrote. “‘Maybe Michelle should be less concerned with what your kids are eating and more concerned with what her kids are doing!’—and the other half of the day pretending to fret over the terrible example that Bristol Obama was setting for other African American women and girls. But unplanned pregnancies and kids in fatherless homes and two different children by two different fathers? IOIYAR. [It’s Okay If You’re A Republican]”
Rivera, a Fox news contributor, fired back at Savage on Twitter tweeting “fxck you j*** off. Fox news doesn’t have a reaction to anyone’s pregnancy.”
The fiery Rivera must have thought better of his use of foul language because he eventually deleted the tweet.
That didn’t stop the Twitterverse from opining however.
— Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) June 26, 2015
— Luis Gonzalez ن (@CSMLuisGonzalez) June 26, 2015
— Barbarian2 (@newprezz2012) June 26, 2015
— Wear A Dress! (@SlickHillary) June 26, 2015
@Mediaite ,Hey,so, Obama said, didn’t want his daughters “punished” w/an unwanted pregnancy. Hypothetical FNC coverage must b worse, huh
— AngelsWalk! (@LAWGermany) June 26, 2015
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