Hannity, Geraldo, Dan Bongino Get in 7-Minute Shout-Fest Over Immigration: ‘How Many People Have to Die?!’
Geraldo Rivera, Dan Bongino, and Sean Hannity held a conversation about immigration and border security on Fox News Monday night… and it barely took any time at all before it went completely off the rails.
Hannity started by tearing into Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer for their refusal to approve President Donald Trump‘s border wall, saying they need to answer to American families who’ve been victimized by illegal immigrants. Rivera responded by expressing disapproval with the idea of using tragedies to score political points, and that’s when the fireworks began since Hannity started shouting and telling him to “stop it.”
“It is grotesquely unfair to use these anecdotes to make a political argument!” Rivera yelled.
“How many people have to die!?” Hannity asked. “It’s about saving lives, that’s not political, that’s life and death. That’s what the emergency is about.”
As Rivera and Hannity continued to accuse each other of intertwining political and emotional arguments, Bongino jumped in to say Rivera was being “grossly unfair” with his complaints about who’s making political points here. That led a whirlwind about the demonization of undocumented immigrants when those who don’t commit crimes are lumped in with those who do.
“100% [of illegal immigrants] shouldn’t be here,” Bongino screamed. “If one of them goes out and kill someone, the parents aren’t interested in your college-level statistics course. They are interested in the fact that the person shouldn’t be here. What are you not getting?”
The conversation went on to touch on crime, the government shutdown, and you should really just experience the whole thing for yourself.
Watch above, via Fox News.
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