Fox News star Geraldo Rivera, an American journalist, and attorney, recently called out “vaccinated d**k heads” who encourage the unvaccinated population to fight for their freedom. He also took to Twitter to express his disgust over anti-vaxxers, reports Yahoo News.
The Twitter Post
Rivera tweeted, “Open-minded & inclusive, and I’m friends with all kinds of people. But as we pass 700,000 #Covid dead, I have zero tolerance for anti-Vaxers. Most of all, I detest vaccinated d**k heads who urge the unvaccinated to ‘fight for their freedom,’ the mob urging the man on the ledge to jump.”
It is believed that Rivera is also referring to some people in Fox News like Tucker Carlos and Laura Ingraham, who continued to spread anti-vaccine views on their program.
Keith Olbermann Joins Geraldo Rivera
American sports commentator Keith Olbermann seems to join Rivera on his call for vaccination. Olbermann posted a reply on the Twitter post of Rivera showing him receiving his COVID-19 booster shot and used the platform to talk about the unvaccinated population.
In his post, he wrote alongside the video, “Once again, on this topic, @GeraldoRivera is right.”
River said in his video, “It is time to stop coddling them—the ones who won’t get the damn shot already. And our first step, you and I, are symbols, the language we use. We call these people vaccine-hesitant, vaccine skeptics, anti-vaxx. We say they are protesting mandates and passports; they are making a personal choice, they are waiting for more information, they are making a medical decision – bull***t.
“They are afraid. They are afraid to get vaccinated. Stop feeding their egos about what they are doing, stop legitimizing it.” He ended his video on Twitter saying that the unvaccinated people, apart from those who have legitimate medical concerns, should be called snowflakes, cowards, idiots, losers, and afraid.