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So on Wednesday's episode of Fox News' "The Five," Gutfeld complained that this alarming story was a distraction from real issues. The media, he said, is "ignoring rampant violent crime that started last summer," by which he meant the protests that erupted after the murder of George Floyd by police offcers. Gutfeld also claimed that "all of our cities are degraded, dangerous."
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But Geraldo misunderstood Gutfeld's argument and thought that Gutfeld was claiming that Haitian migrants were causing a spike in crime. And so he went off.
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"I have to rebut what Greg said about Haitian immigrants and crime," Geraldo said. "I defy you to find a single…" And that's when things hit the fan.
"Oh my god. You are so wrong, Geraldo", Gutfeld said.
"What does crime have to do with these people? You know what their crime is?" Rivera said.
"Jesus Christ, you are totally misreading this!"Gutfeld interjected. "I was talking about how the media covers the story!"
"You screwed up. It's embarrassing, Geraldo. You're embarrassing me," Gutfeld shouted when Rivera tried to continue.
"Well, be embarrassed," Rivera replied.
"No, because you're wrong!" Gutfeld said. They pair argued back and forth for a few seconds before Gutfeld shouted "No, no, no, no. Let me respond to your lie to your face! I was talking about how the media ignored a story about the crime issue! It wasn't about Haiti! Jesus! Apologize!"
After more back and forth shouting, Rivera, still not listening to Gutfeld's actual (still mostly incorrect) point, said "you wanted to make this stereotypical linkage. And Haitians have been screaming."
"That is so wrong. So wrong," Gutfeld replied.
Don't worry though, the two Fox News talking heads eventually made up. "The Five" co-host Dana Perino read a transcript of what Gutfeld said, after which this happened:
"I apologize, Greg," Rivera said. "I accept your apology," Gutfeld replied.
Watch some of the exhausting exchange in the video at the top of the page.
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