Geraldo Rivera says Pelosi’s impeachment process is “grotesquely unfair and divisive”

Most Democrats like Juan Williams are sticking to their guns about Pelosi’s impeachment process, but Geraldo sounds more like a Republican as he rips Pelosi’s impeachment process as “grotesquely unfair and divisive”:

THE HILL – “It’s grotesquely unfair and divisive. Even The New York Times got it right. Fractured House, bitter vote. This is absolutely the way this went down yesterday,” Rivera said on “Fox & Friends.”

“The Speaker of the House, the Democrats, have crafted an impeachment which is inherently divisive and made it so very unfair as to enrage Republicans and other fair-minded people,” he continued. “You cannot have a process wherein the Speaker, running the event, gets to say the other side what witnesses they can call, and has veto power over those witnesses and over any kind of subpoenas.”

“It is so deeply and fundamentally unfair,” Rivera later added. “I predict it will lead to the kind of Tea Party uprising we saw in 2009 and 2010. It will divide this country along partisan lines in a way we have heretofore never seen. And I do not believe it will result in justice.”



Wow. I’m really surprised he went all in against Pelosi’s impeachment process like that. He’s absolutely right about it. But Democrats will not be stopped and the media will continue to give them cover.

Let’s go ahead and make this an open thread. Here’s a cute dodo video you’ll love:

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