Geraldo: Expect ‘Ferocious Blowback’ from 'Sleazy' Hunter Biden Scandal if Joe Biden Becomes President

By Craig Bannister | October 26, 2020 | 10:21am EDT
Geraldo Rivera
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It’s too late for the Hunter Biden laptop email scandal to affect the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, but if Former Vice President Biden wins, there will be “ferocious blowback,” political pundit and Journalist Geraldo Rivera said Monday.

In his Monday Twitter video, Rivera first addressed the worldwide COVID-19 crisis and the violent crime taking place in America’s major cities, then turned his attention to the evolving news of the scandal regarding the former vice president’s son.

Even with his father as president, the truth about “very, very sleazy Hunter Biden,” will be revealed, Rivera said:

“If Joe Biden does become president, I think there will be ferocious blowback: investigations of an apparent family scheme, by which Hunter Biden trailed his father around the world making deals in countries in which the vice president was doing official business.

“Very, very sleazy Hunter Biden: that story will come out.”

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