Skip to comments.Geraldo on Scene of Citibank being Looted in Haiti: "Withdrawals have Exceeded the Deposits" - Video
Posted on 01/18/2010 6:02:17 AM PST by Federalist Patriot
Here is video of Geraldo Rivera on the scene in Haiti of a Citibank being looted. He sees Haitian police scurrying about and finds out they are responding to a Citibank that locals say had been being looted for hours. The police chase off the looters, capturing one. Geraldo asks the looter if he took money, and he answered "No." Geraldo responds, "That's what they all say." At the end of the report, Geraldo says locals are concerned that if the police don't stay at the bank location, looting will continue as soon as they are gone. Geraldo closes by saying he had not yet returned to the bank, but his suspicion is "the withdrawals have exceeded the deposits." . . . (VIDEO)
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He finally found a safe with something in it!
LOL! I had forgotten about that!
Hair-baldo, our man in Haiti! LOL
Very good one
LOL! I had forgotten about that
This piece of human waste hasn’t been in the news for almost two months’ and some-one has to finally do a report on him. I’d just as soon forget this leftist.
Geraldo is Fox News answer to Katie Couric. I can’t imagine why they keep him on the air.
He’s the token hispanic. Even Fox has to have a PC wrinkle to it. I have more issue with why O’Reilly has that communist Marc Lamont Hill on at all. I mute his vile message everytime he is on.
Stealing money? Haiti is going to be in a barter economy for a while, what good is cash to them? If you’re going to loot, look for cans of spam and cigarettes. Money? Just worthless stuff you have to carry around.
Anything that isn’t in the vault disappeared on Day #1 don’t ya think Jerry?
If it’s paper money, they could use it for t.p., which they probably need desperately.
Anyone catch any of Geraldo Sunday night?
He was slurring his words and smiling doofesly at serious talk. I sincerely thought he was drunk or stoned.
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