Geraldo Rivera: BLM Protesters ‘Absolutely Proving Themselves to Be Bent on Destruction, Not Healing’

By Craig Bannister | July 27, 2020 | 11:02am EDT
Geraldo Rivera (Screenshot)

Social justice is a “noble goal” all Americans should support, but the nation is being ravaged by “violent anarchists” who are simply posing as Black Lives Matter protesters, political commentator and Investigative Journalist Geraldo Rivera said Monday.

When President Donald Trump deployed armed federal officers to quell the violence, the violence escalated, revealing the protesters as “violent anarchists” seeking destruction and trouble, instead of healing and justice, Rivera said in his Monday Twitter video:

“But, these protesters, in response, are absolutely proving themselves to be bent on destruction, not healing.

“They want to cause trouble, they don’t want to solve the trouble.”

Americans should support both peaceful social justice protests and the police who keep us safe, Rivera said:

“So, back social justice, but condemn these violent anarchists. And, support cops, for God sakes, support cops. They are the Thin Blue Line separating society and civilization from anarchy and lawlessness.”

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