Following Matt Lauer’s dismissal from NBC due to sexual misconduct, Geraldo Rivera decided to offer, on Twitter, his own standard for whether or not sexual assault cases should be pursued. He mostly thinks they shouldn’t? Anyway, Rivera’s stance motivated the Internet to do a little digging and the story of how he…
Hey, since Geraldo Rivera is already hard at work apologizing for shit, maybe Bette Midler can get in on that? It’s her birthday tomorrow after all, and Geraldo Rivera’s public contrition, and maybe some bonus shame, would make a halfway decent gift.
As the world grapples with the recent revelations of Matt Lauer’s alleged inappropriate sexual behavior towards his colleagues and the button under his desk that turned his workspace from an office to a playground for sexual misconduct, many have Taken to Twitter to share their thoughts. This includes Geraldo Rivera:
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Sad Dancing With the Stars Diaries is a series in which we imagine the innermost feelings of Dancing With the Stars contestants, as written in their “journals.”
Mischa Barton, Geraldo Rivera and Jodie Sweetin are among the confirmed celebrities who’ll be depressingly floating around a dance floor while secretly contemplating the trajectory of their careers (and entertaining us!) on the next season of Dancing With the Stars.
Killer Mike is directing some very necessary criticism at Geraldo Rivera and Wolf Blitzer regarding their reportage of the Baltimore protests.
Since Monday night, the media has experienced various stages of awful and surprisingly awesome reporting on Baltimore’s protests. After barely covering the unrest at all on Saturday because the White House Correspondent’s Dinner kept them busy, Monday saw the media’s worst and dimmest cover a serious social unraveling…
On Tuesday, Geraldo, who is somehow still a thing, brought out some of his vintage Fox News nuggets about how hip-hop has ruined black people. Unfortunately, he did not comment on how his own thirst for fame and relevancy has landed him on the sad circus that is "Celebrity Apprentice" where he's currently beefing with…
Frequent Fox News guest Star Parker accused President Obama of committing "verbal rape" against Christians during the National Prayer Breakfast, wording was so inflammatory that none other than Geraldo Rivera, who was on the panel next to her, yelped "Yikes!" You know you're overdoing it hyperbole-wise when even…
Outnumbered on Fox News got a blast of "FANTASTIC" on Monday due to the presence of Geraldo Rivera, the token man chosen to sit center stage on the show's white couch and weigh in on what he knows the most about: relationships.
In today's Tweet Beat, Matt Lauer might look a little different on Monday, Katie Couric has a special day and Ingrid Michaelson and Geraldo Rivera find common ground about Ray Rice.
ATTENTION, CITIZENS OF EARTH: The Palace has announced in an official statement that Kate Middleton is officially in labor. Wait. North Who?
In today's edition of Tweet Beat, Geraldo Rivera continues to be outstandingly distasteful by being upset at the now-deceased Michael Hastings for writing about Stanley McChrystal, Mia Farrow comes up with a cool lifehack for freshening one's breath, and Paula Deen gets served some delicious racial epithet casserole.
After 18 hours of deliberation, an Illinois jury found William Balfour guilty for the horrific murders of Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother, and nephew, plus one count each of home invasion, aggravated kidnapping, residential burglary, and possession of a stolen vehicle. An hour before returning the verdict, the jury…
In this angry edition of Tweet Beat, Geraldo Rivera thinks that Trayvon Martin might be alive if he just would have dressed less Black, Neko Case is thankful for her normal ovaries, Kristen Schaal is at the Vatican and Mike Birbiglia gives the best advice of all.