During a Wednesday airing on Fox News’ “Hannity”, Geraldo Rivera lashed out at Dan Bongino as the two clashed over policing in America following the death of Daunte Wright.
Geraldo, during the interview, lost his temper when Bongino accused him of pushing “a race narrative” amid days of riots and looting occurring in Minnesota.
“All you want to do is see the country burn. You just want to see the country burn. That’s it,” Dan Bongino told Geraldo Rivera.
“I want to see the country burn? You son of a b**ch!” Rivera erupted. “I want to see the country burn? You punk! You’re nothing but a punk! You’re a punk!”
“You wouldn’t tell me that to my face,” Bongino informed Rivera.
Bongino who served in both the NYPD and Secret Service also told Rivera: “Geraldo, take a Valium. You really got to pipe down. My gosh, you’re a 70-year-old man!” Video Below
Full exchange between Dan Bongino and Geraldo Rivera:
WATCH: Geraldo absolutely loses it on live TV, calls @dbongino a “son of a b*tch” and a “punk”
BONGINO: “You wouldn’t tell me that to my face” pic.twitter.com/i3d9VcfJnP
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) April 15, 2021
Following the heated debate between Dan Bongino and Geraldo Rivera, Civil Rights attorney Leo chimed in, telling his Fox News colleagues on Twitter, “I Volunteer to serve as the referee.”
I Volunteer to serve as the referee. https://t.co/pIl8900Rwd
— TheLeoTerrell (@TheLeoTerrell) April 15, 2021
Last week, Leo Terrell scolded his colleague Geraldo Rivera during a heated exchange on “America’s Newsroom”, as previously reported by The Freedom Times.
Rivera had interrupted Terrell while he was commenting over Democratic St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones, who vowed to combat the city’s upward homicide rate with more social workers, mental health counselors, and substance abuse counselors, rather than adding more uniformed officers.
“Hey, Leo, when was the last time you were in the ghetto?” Rivera interjected.
Terrell fired back at Rivera, telling his colleague, “How dare you say that, sir! … How dare you say that? You know nothing about me. … Insulting! What are you trying to imply? How dare you? How dare you say that?”
“Bill [Hemmer], you know what Geraldo accused me of? Living in a particular area that I don’t understand. How dare you? I’ve been a Civil Rights attorney for 30 years! … Check my record out. How dare you? How dare you?” Terrell declared.