Biden ‘uniquely incompetent’ in reviewing his priorities, says Geraldo Rivera


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President Biden is “particularly incompetent” in choosing and organizing his priorities, Geraldo Rivera said in “The Story” on Wednesday.

“The Five” co-host lamented the growing drug and human trafficking crisis on the southern border, noting that fentanyl is the deadliest and most problematic of the illicit substances being trafficked. a traffic.

BUFFALO, NEW YORK – MAY 17: With his wife Jill by his side, US President Joe Biden delivers remarks to guests, most of whom lost a family member in the Tops Market shooting, at the Delavan Grider Community Center on May 17, 2022 in Buffalo, New York. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Reacting to Biden highlighting white supremacy as a “poison” during his remarks on Tuesday after the mass shooting in Buffalo, Rivera and host Martha MacCallum explained that there are many other “poisons” the president doesn’t seem to highlight.

While Rivera said he disagreed with the use of “whataboutisms” in the debates, he said Biden had indeed not used his political position to address the crisis in the world. fentanyl as strongly as it did with other issues.

Law enforcement stands at the opening of a cross-border tunnel Monday, May 16, 2022 between Tijuana, Mexico and the San Diego area.

Law enforcement stands at the opening of a cross-border tunnel Monday, May 16, 2022 between Tijuana, Mexico and the San Diego area.
(AP Photo/Elliot Spagat)

“This president seems particularly incompetent when it comes to his priorities. This white supremacist mass murder was horrific,” he said, adding that recent shootings in Philadelphia and Chicago were also disturbing.

Rivera also specifically pointed out that two pregnant Pennsylvania women were shot recently in separate incidents, one just west of University City and the other in the Nicetown section of North Philadelphia.

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“I understand all of that. But he has to direct his anger at something like the 107,000 who overdosed,” Rivera added. “We only lost… 50,000 [Americans] In Vietnam. So you have Vietnam twice [casualty count] now just last year because of fentanyl.”

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“We especially have to tell our youngsters that they can’t take anything… They have to suspect everything. They can’t take anything at face value.”


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