Geraldo: Anti-Trump Media Mob ‘Should Have Their Names Inscribed on a Monument’

Craig Bannister
By Craig Bannister | March 25, 2019 | 10:38 AM EDT

Geraldo Rivera (Screenshot)

The names of members of the media who “campaigned so aggressively” to portray President Donald Trump as a Russian operative should be memorialized, Fox News Correspondent Geraldo Rivera said Monday.

Riveria, reacting to the release of Attorney General Willam Barr’s summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report finding no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, tweeted that a monument should be erected to “bad faith &/or bad reporting” – complete with the names of the “anti-Trump mob” of reporters and pundits who pushed the collusion narrative:

“Anti-Trump mob of investigative reporters-cable news hosts, politicians, pundits-& academics who campaigned so aggressively to portray @realDonaldTrump as a blackmailed tool of the #KGB #PutinsBitch should have their names inscribed on a monument to bad faith &/or bad reporting.”

Will MSNBC pundits, like Nicolle Wallace and Rachel Maddow, apologize on-air, now that Mueller’s investigation finds no evidence of collusion, Rivera wondered in a follow-up tweet:

“What are @NicolleDWallace & @maddow going to do tonight? Apologize? Say never mind? And so it goes?”

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