Liberals are calling Geraldo Rivera “an ass” “a sellout” and “a dirtbag” among other things.
The Fox News host has triggered left-wingers who are desperate to paint President Donald Trump as a racist for his response to the hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico.
The “Love Trumps Hate” left went on the attack against Rivera after he questioned San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz’s account of what was happening on the ground.
Geraldo is a skid mark with a mustache
— cryborg (@cryborg) October 2, 2017
What an ass, Geraldo is https://t.co/IrEENrm7H6
— Raw Story (@RawStory) October 1, 2017
— Dane Rauschenberg (@SeeDaneRun) October 1, 2017
— American Fuhrer (@FuhrerAmerican) October 1, 2017
He’s always been a sellout. Ratings before morality.
— Ace (@ace1stdan) October 1, 2017
Geraldo was garbage when he constantly smeared dead teen Trayvon Martin. he’s being garbage again https://t.co/NWQsBQFXk6
— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) October 2, 2017
Geraldo needs to be dropped off in a little town in the central highlands at sunset. Bet he’d find some people dying.
— Bill Bartlett (@billybam) October 2, 2017
WTF! Why is Geraldo in PR!?!! Clearly that dirtbag just went to do tRumps bidding. Fuck Republicans straight to hell! #TrumpsKatrina
— StevnLari (@stevnlouis) October 2, 2017
The controversy began when Yulin Cruz criticized the president’s response to Hurricane Maria assistance for Puerto Rico, when she wasn’t making custom printed t-shirts while, she claimed, her people were dying. And while she wasn’t avoiding meeting with FEMA officials and actually doing something to help besides appearing on MSNBC and taking photo ops.
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