Geraldo ghoulishly exploits bridge worker deaths to promote his pro-illegal agenda

Veteran journalist Geraldo Rivera was shredded for exploiting six dead construction workers to make a political point.

The collapse of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge, which was struck by a cargo ship on Tuesday, was a tragic disaster but a minor miracle because of the minimal loss of lives compared to what it could have been.

Unfortunately, people did die and six of them were reportedly undocumented workers who were part of the crew filling potholes on the bridge when the 1000-foot container ship the Dali collided with one of the main support pillars.

On Thursday, as his media colleagues were busily finding racial angles to the disaster, the 80-year-old reporter and former Fox News personality took to X with a lengthy post to use their deaths to advance his pro-illegal alien agenda.

“When the Key Bridge collapsed at 1:27am Tuesday morning, an overnight road crew filling potholes on the bridge died with it,” Rivera began. “The crew consisted of 6 apparently Undocumented Hispanic Immigrants, aka Illegal Aliens, from Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. They drowned in the cold, murky water of Baltimore Harbor.”

“There was no outrage from conservative media about them stealing jobs from citizens; because, as they often do, the migrants were doing a dirty, dangerous job no citizen wanted. An estimated 1/3 of our nation’s construction workers are undocumented immigrants. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2022 316 foreign-born, mostly undocumented Hispanic construction workers perished on the job,” he wrote. “Say their names. Maynor, Miguel, Dorlian, José, Alejandro.”

The unlucky workers have been identified as Miguel Luna, Dorlian Cabrera, Alejandro Hernandez Fuentes, Maynor Yassir Suazo Sandoval, Jose Mynor Lopez, and a sixth man whose full name hasn’t been released, according to CBS News.

X users blistered Rivera over his ghoulish post.

Many feel Rivera is and always has been completely devoid of shame.

The late Los Angeles Times columnist Tim Rutten nailed Rivera’s journalistic style in a brutal observation of him in New Orleans during the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

“Seeing him descend bright-eyed and sweaty on wretched New Orleans, as he did in Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath, was like watching a vulture on crystal meth. The word that came to mind was not ‘reporting,’ but ‘feeding,’” Rutten wrote in his epic 2005  takedown of the then-Fox News reporter. “The only rational reaction was: Dear God! Haven’t these people suffered enough?”

His shameless “say their names” tweet shows that two decades later, Geraldo is still a vulture.

Chris Donaldson


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