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Geraldo Gets Brutally Mocked After Announcing His New Job

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Geraldo Rivera has made a name for himself over the years with his sensationalist style of reporting, which he presumably continues to practice.

Last month Rivera left Fox News after 23 years on the network in his usual confusing way, announcing from his boat on social media, “I’ve been fired from The Five, and as a result of that I quit Fox. So I’ll have more to say about that on Fox & Friends tomorrow morning, thank you.”

The somewhat backhanded statement from Fox followed, “We reached an amicable conclusion with Geraldo over the past few weeks and look forward to celebrating with him tomorrow on Fox and Friends which will be his last appearance on the network.”

In an interview with Associated Press, Rivera stated “It has been a rocky ride but it has also been an exhilarating adventure that spanned quite a few years. I hope it’s not my last adventure.” The AP interview referred to Rivera as the “lone liberal” on The Five, and the liberal Rivera may be seeking a forum with fellow liberals in a more comfortable liberal environment.

The 80-year-old man, who celebrated his birthday on July 4, appears to be embarking on a new journey. The former Fox News host disclosed that his next move would not be irreversible retirement but rather a one-day return to the airwaves.

Rivera announced on Monday that he would be meeting with an even more liberal group than himself. Thursday, he will participate in a conservative-bashing segment on The View, presumably to discuss his former employer, his recent departure from the network, and his future plans. He was delighted by the invitation.

I’m excited to appear on @TheView on Thursday. I wonder what they will ask me.

Really? Not positive what liberals will question you on The View? The Internet’s suggestions and comments ceased. In response to the announcement, Twitter users attacked the former Fox News presenter. Some even speculated that Rivera would shortly acquire a contract with The View, noting that he would blend in well with the current hosts.

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

The View first aired in 1997, created by broadcast journalist Barbara Walters. who commanded the panel of broadcast journalist Meredith Vieira, lawyer Star Jones, television host Debbie Matenopoulos, and comedian Joy Behar. The premise of the show was combining an array of conservative and liberal voices from journalism, law, and broadcast with a comedian thrown in for entertainment. CONTINUE READING…

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