The U.S. airstrike that killed Iran’s Quds leader Qassem Soleimani near Baghdad has sparked some debate (and flat-out lunacy for that matter).
On Fox News, Geraldo Rivera and Brian Kilmeade went head-to-head, and let’s just say there was a difference of opinion:
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) January 3, 2020
That escalated quickly!
— Lilly McKim ?? (@lillymckim) January 3, 2020
— Kyle ? (@KCG1731) January 3, 2020
Geraldo was making excuses for the Iranians.
— Simply Irredeemable (@hrhjmm) January 3, 2020
The killing of a bad man, who's responsible for the loss of thousands of people is a good thing. I would not act elated about it, but sure wouldn't criticize it. IMO. the President is acting swiftly, so there won't be long, drawn out war. He was against war before and is today.
— John M. Gilbert (@johnmgilbert61) January 3, 2020
— _Elaine_ (@_E_W__) January 3, 2020
"Your arrogance is what's wrong in the region." Did I hear that correctly? Is that Omar or Rivera talking? Can't tell the difference.
— Kelli Taylor (@kelli_s_taylor) January 3, 2020
I respect the hell out of this. This is the only news clip I’ve seen (on 6 different channels) that debated both sides of the argument regarding Iran
— Mark the informed voter (@American7832) January 3, 2020
That’s really a fair point and why they might’ve brought Geraldo on in the first place: To debate both sides. Granted, it got a little dramatic and silly but we are talking about the guy who once interviewed a bunch of Satanists on his talk show.
Geraldo Rivera is wrong on this one.
— Jesus ????? (@JesusBornInTX) January 3, 2020
Kilmeade nailed it.#AmericanLivesMatter
— Kathy Scheve (@katscheve) January 3, 2020
Rivera said “we pulled out of a deal we agreed to,” but “we” in this case is limited to the Obama administration, which never went through Congress.