Professor Robert P. George, a professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University, wrote on his Facebook page that he has emailed Rivera challenging him to a debate but, after the liberal blowhard ignored him, George posted his challenge to Facebook.
Thursday’s blow-up between Geraldo and “The Five” co-host Eric Bolling over abortion set George off.
“I just listened to Geraldo Rivera on Fox TV ranting—angrily—in favor of abortion, and bullying the other panelists on The Five,” he wrote on Facebook.
“I’ve heard him do this before,” he continued. “I wrote to him at his Fox email address a few months ago respectfully requesting the opportunity to debate him on the subject—anytime[,] anywhere.”
While George said he doesn’t like “gladiator, spectacle debates” he would make an exception in this case because of “Rivera’s smug certainty and air of moral superiority in defending the butchering of unborn children.”
Geraldo is likely dodging the debate because he knows what he’d be up against. George is an outspoken conservative and defender of causes such as traditional marriage.
George is a contributor to the National Review, has authored several books, won countless prestigious awards and penned columns for CNN, the Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal and was called the most influential conservative thinker in America by New York Times writer David Kirkpatrick in 2009.
The professor even drafted the “Manhattan Declaration: A Call of Christian Conscience” which urged Christians to resist “any legislation that might implicate their churches or charities in abortion, embryo-destructive research or same-sex marriage,” even to the point of civil disobedience.
In other words Geraldo would get owned and he knows it.
h/t: Campus Reform.
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