The GERALDO Rivera cursed Dan Bongino during a heated debate on Wednesday night over Daunte Wright’s death.
Bongino, who was a former NYPD officer and an undercover agent, said Rivera wanted the country to burn.
Rivera outraged Bongino’s comments, calling him “the son of ab *** h” and “punk” live on cable news.
“I want to see the country on fire ?! You bastard! I want to see the country on fire, you punk ?! You are nothing but a punk! “
The feud began when Rivera firmly stated that officers should use Mission instead of guns.
“I don’t even know how to answer that. Give me a second to understand the foolishness of that,” said Bongino.
In response to being called stupid, Rivera says that Bongino prefers to call his name instead of stating the truth.
As Bongino says “there is no systematic racism” in control, the tension between the two men only becomes more intense when both men try to humiliate the other.
Rivera mocked Bongino’s expertise in law enforcement, comparing his four years as an officer to 10 minutes.
The Fox News host also said Bongino had run for the office for 20 years, mocking the former congress candidate. failure repeats to hold position.
Bongino clapped his hands when asking Rivera to take Valium, a muscle relaxant, reminding viewers that Rivera was 77 years old.
Debate over whether blacks like Wright were targeted and killed by white officers prompted conversation as Rivera and Bongino continued to criticize each other.
Wright, who was stopped for a traffic violation, was shot dead last weekend by former officer Kim Potter, who is currently in custody for manslaughter.
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Potter claimed that she accidentally opened fire on Wright when the 20-year-old tried to escape in his car.
Demonstrators recently waved goodbye the police pig head as chaos broke out again in Central Brooklyn, with hundreds of people storming the police station this week.
Protesters have arrived on Wednesday night in a row since Wright, 20, was shot dead by then-Potter police in a traffic stop on Sunday.