Geraldo Rivera likened the Democratic Party to a “dysfunctional” family at Thanksgiving dinner.
The Fox News Channel correspondent remarked that the lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee and former chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz shows a party in “total disarray.”
“I think the Democratic Party is a family who’s so totally dysfunctional that they’d be better to just lay low for a while, lick their wounds and then get their act together,” Rivera said Friday on “Fox and Friends.”
Bernie Sanders supporters took on the DNC with a class action lawsuit alleging fraud, negligence and breaking its fiduciary duties, accusing the DNC of favoring Hillary Clinton as the candidate to represent the Democrats in the election.
Rivera also noted that the WikiLeaks hacked email leaks are a cyber-security issue that was under-reported and is “an existential crisis” that needs to be addressed moving forward.
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