After he posted that topless selfie to Twitter, it would be only fair for the rest of the Internet to do its best to make Geraldo Rivera gag in return, and on Saturday he revealed just how to do it: mock those more “nuanced” tributes to Fidel Castro that are making the rounds.
— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) November 27, 2016
As all of those #TrudeauEulogies going around Saturday demonstrated, it’s difficult to come up with a “nuanced” take on the death of Fidel Castro without overlooking just about everything he did to assume power in Cuba and then retain it for decades. How Elvis Presley factors into this equation isn’t quite clear.
@GeraldoRivera Yes, the brutal, murdering, rights-denying communist dictator Elvis Presley.
— Russell Davis (@Russell_Davis13) November 27, 2016
Elvis didn't rape & murder thousands of people last I checked you shit weasel…. https://t.co/G5vd5UfJza
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) November 27, 2016
.@GeraldoRivera I'd mock a nuanced view of Hitler, too, you fartknocker.
— Les Nessman (@MetricButtload) November 27, 2016
@GeraldoRivera LITERACY RATES TOTALLY MAKE UP FOR ALL THE MURDERS, HE SAID NUANCEDLY
— Drew Shirley Sports (@DrewShirleyShow) November 27, 2016
@GeraldoRivera Castro was responsible for the death of thousands.
— Victoria Sturdevant (@iamvics) November 27, 2016
@GeraldoRivera Any of those guys ever line someone up against a wall and shoot them?
— ongle (@ongle) November 27, 2016
@GeraldoRivera there is a distinction. Only one guy, Fidel Castro, had others who disagreed w/ him, imprisoned or killed by firing squads!
— Olivia (@HammarOlivia) November 27, 2016
— MarkC ? (@mcasil2016) November 27, 2016
@GeraldoRivera Trump, Reagan, Nixon, and Elvis never killed anyone for disagreeing with them. Nuance doesn't apply
— Anonymous (@Valkyring) November 27, 2016
@GeraldoRivera Castro killed many thousands, kept his people poor, without freedom. Slight difference. How do you have a job?
— Kevin Diescher (@kevindiescher) November 27, 2016
— victor rodriguez (@vjr97) November 27, 2016
— Pat (@TPOTEfan) November 27, 2016
— Nick Caumanns (@NCaumanns) November 27, 2016
@GeraldoRivera You're pathetic. There's no "nuanced view" of a totalitarian mass murderer.
— Will Collier (@willcollier) November 27, 2016
— Victorious Darrel (@darrelanderson) November 27, 2016
@GeraldoRivera Who qualifies for being considered plain evil? Pol Pot? Stalin? Hitler? Anyone?
— Brandon Fedor (@authenticMrF) November 27, 2016
— MIDDLE CLASS REVIVAL (@Mina001) November 27, 2016
— Peggy (@mypuppy11) November 27, 2016
— Taro Tsujimoto (@RCannon74) November 27, 2016
— ☘️Tim Biglee ?? (@frankibabi) November 27, 2016
— Kimberly Cleveland (@Blooms5325) November 27, 2016
— These Victory Boots (@Cowboy__Country) November 27, 2016