Geraldo Riviera and Dan Bongino both appeared to talk on Sean Hannity’s show about the riots going on right now.
Night after night, we have been seeing people take to the streets destroying businesses in buildings lighting things fire assaulting police officers news reporters anyone who is not them. Doesn’t this sound like fascism to you? It sure does to me and I thought that they were supposed to be against fascism. Apparently there only against fascism when it’s not in their favor.
And honestly, you know as well as I do that from a conservative standpoint there is no fascism amongst us. The cold hard truth is that the only fascism that we see is from the mainstream media and the liberals. They want to silence anybody who is opposed to them that is exactly what fascism is.
So when Sean Hannity invited both Dan Bongino and Geraldo to discuss the recent shooting death of Dante right it turned into an explosive exchange of words. This is definitely one for the books. Geraldo spouted off the usual bit of nonsense about how much black people are targeted by the police which we know is not true at all.
I don’t know why people can’t accept the fact that the reason we see so many more criminals who are black could be because they commit more crimes. But the biggest fact is that when you look at the number of police-involved shootings more white people are shot than black people we just don’t hear about it because it doesn’t fit the Democrats’ narrative.
Bongino — who served in the New York City Police Department from 1995 to 1999 and ran for Congress in 2012, 2014, and 2016 — continued to lament Rivera’s cutting him off and “promoting a race narrative” on police brutality.
“If there was a plague of police officers hunting Black men down at night, then I don’t understand — how is that happening?” Bongino said as Rivera grew increasingly irritated. “Where is this massive body count?”
As the commercial music began jingling and crosstalk intensified, Bongino told Rivera “you just want to see the country burn.”
At that point, Rivera let loose with an expletive on the primetime program.
“I want to see the country burn?” Rivera yelled. “You son of a b***h! I want to see the country burn? You punk! You’re nothing but a punk. You’re a punk, Bongino. You’re a punk.”
“You wouldn’t tell me that to my face,” Bongino replied.
Geraldo Rivera and Dan Bongino get into a heated exchange on Fox News’ Hannity: