Anti-Trump Host ‘Rage Quits’ Fox News In Video

It has come to light thta Geraldo Rivera quit Fox News after 23 years at the network.



“So it doesn’t look like I’m going to be on The Five. I mean, I’m not going to be on The Five. I’ve been fired from The Five. And as a result of that. I quit Fox. So I’ll have more to say about that on Fox and Friends tomorrow morning,” Geraldo said from his boat in New York.

Last week Geraldo announced he was fired from Fox News’ most popular show “The Five.”

“I don’t wish ill on anybody, but there is no doubt-as I said at the time-Tucker Carlson’s perverse January 6 conspiracy theory was “bullshit.”” Geraldo said in May.

“Having lost the election President Trump incited an insurrection that sought to undermine our Constitutional process,” he said.

His departure comes amid drama with network star Greg Gutfeld, who had rebuked Rivera in April after he tweeted in the wake of Tucker Carlson’s firing that the ousted host’s conspiracy theories about the January 6 attack on the US Capitol were “bulls**t.”

In his final appearance on the network Friday morning, Rivera thanked the staff for his two decades at the network and used the moment to praise affirmative action in college admissions after the programs were gutted Thursday by the Supreme Court in a contentious decision.

“I am honored, I love Fox, I love the people at Fox, I always will,” Rivera told co-hosts of “Fox and Friends” as they discussed his career at the network.

“I was a product of affirmative action over a half a century ago,” he said, adding that the court’s decision “will impact many people of color.”

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