Geraldo Rivera Says “I’m So Glad He’s Dead” In Regard To School Shooter

( A shooter entered an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, and left at least 15 people dead on Tuesday.

Geraldo Rivera joined his co-hosts on the Fox News panel show “The Five” to discuss the still-developing story, and he compared the tragic turn of events at Robb Elementary School to the equally shocking shooting that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, nearly a decade ago. That shooting took place on December 14, 2012.

Following a brief update from the reporters, the conversation moved on to the panel. At that time, co-host Greg Gutfeld mentioned that there was still not a lot of information being given regarding the specifics of the incident, other than the number of people killed and injured.

Rivera started his explanation by saying that if it is true, if it is actually verified that he killed the grandmother first, there is some family conflict. The level of spite that it would take for someone with a weapon, a rifle, and a handgun, to go into the most vulnerable population on earth, these little children who are essentially defenseless, and to commit this kind of slaughter, speaks to a cold-blooded, horrific, disgusting person. To call them a narcissist is to understate the self-centered rage and disgusting horror this man would perpetrate.

Then Rivera said that there’s no possible justification for what he did.

“This son of a b*** — I’m so glad he’s dead,” Geraldo sneered.

Co-anchor Jesse Watters said that it was known from the reporting that he went out shooting. He had to be taken out by local officials there; he did not take his own life, and we think he was slain by law enforcement. After that, Watters handed over the floor to Judge Jeanine Pirro, who did not hold back any punches.

She said If he was slain by law enforcement, then certainly it’s a fitting and justifiable ending.

She concluded by saying she would not call him a narcissist. She would call him an animal.

“Anyone who murders children, especially that many children, in one fell swoop is a beast, I don’t care,” she said. “It doesn’t matter how many children they kill.”

Rivera remarked, “I couldn’t agree more.”