Former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes once told Geraldo Rivera that the only thing in the middle of the road is road kill. Geraldo contends that there is more than road kill in the middle and the county needs a balance between the far left and far right, thus the “Roadkill with Geraldo Rivera” podcast was born. Rivera began his 48-year career as a television reporter at WABC-TV in New York and was a member of the original cast of ABC's Good Morning America. He had an eight-year association with ABC's 20/20 as an investigative reporter and produced and hosted The Geraldo Rivera Show for 11 years. Prior to joining Fox News, Rivera served as host of CNBC's number-one rated prime time show, Rivera Live, where his critically-acclaimed coverage of the O.J. Simpson civil trial verdict set an all-time CNBC rating record. Rivera is a veteran foreign correspondent who has been on the frontlines of many international conflicts since 1973. Geraldo is also a three-time winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, the Scripps Howard Foundation National Journalism Award and has received more than 170 awards for journalism, including the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, three national and seven local Emmys, and two Alfred I. duPont - Columbia University Awards. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona and Brooklyn Law School and is the author of eight books, including The Geraldo Show – A Memoir.... Show More
The FBI hacks a terrorist's iPhone, without Apple's help. Geraldo welcomes his old friend and Fox News Legal Analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano to the podcast to talk about that, Joe Biden, and the bribery case involving Lori Laughlin. Later, Dr. Margaret Larkins-Pettigrew from UH Hospitals joins the show to talk about the disproportionate ways minorities are being affected by COVID-19.
On today's Roadkill, Geraldo takes a look at "The Plandemic," a debunked viral video detailing conspiracy theories around the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Jon Davidson of UH Hospitals joins the program to talk about conspiracy theories, hydroxychloroquine, and the health risks for this Memorial Day weekend.
The President is still getting heat for taking hydroxychloroquine despite the FDA not giving their approval. Americans are beginning to debate the logic of opening some businesses, but not others. Dr. Jon Davidson of UH Hospitals joins the podcast to discuss both.
Things get a little heated in today's Roadkill as Geraldo and Erica debate the logic behind The President taking hydroxychloroquine to help ward off COVID-19 and the recent story involving the Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo. Dr. Charles Modlin of the Cleveland Clinic joins the podcast to talk about the anti-malaria drug.
Ohio is reopening and people are anxious to see how it will impact COVID-19 numbers across the state. Dr. Conor Delaney of The Cleveland Clinic and Dr. Robert Fafalak join the show. Also, Geraldo and Erica debate whether or not Joe Biden has it takes to be President.
On today's Roadkill, Geraldo talks to The Chair of Orthopedic Surgery of UH Hospitals and Browns Team Physician, Dr. James Voos about Ohio announcing a date to reopen some sports and gyms. Later, Geraldo, Erica, and callers debate whether or not Joe Biden is physically able to run for president.
On today's Roadkill, Geraldo talks to the Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt about the status of our national parks as the country reopens. Later, Dr. Joan Zoltanski of UH Hospitals joins the podcast to talk about UH's Healthy restart playbook.
On today's Roadkill, Geraldo opens up with a conversation with Gregg Jarrett about the latest developments in the Michael Flynn case. Later, the podcast welcomes Dr. Chrissy Haines and Dr. Lawrence Haines, two married NYC ER doctors who are starting a family together while fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
After an abrupt end to yesterday's press briefing, Geraldo, Erica, and callers debate the feud between the President of the United States and the White House Press Corps. Later, Dr. Amy Edwards of UH Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hosptial joins the podcast to talk about a new mystery illness related to COVID19 that poses a mortal danger to children.
On today's Roadkill, Geraldo and Erica talk a little politics as they react to the President's comments on the Michael Flynn case, but first Dr. Bob Fafalak joins the podcast to talk about how the new ways COVID-19 is affecting children.
General Michael Flynn is finally exonerated after the Justice Department dismisses the charges against President Trump's first pick for National Security Advisor. One of the men who've had his back the entire way, Sean Hannity joins the podcast.
It's been almost two months of staying at home and the toll the damage done to the economy is taking its toll. Geraldo and Erica open up the podcast with a conversation about the recent state budget cuts with Beachwood City Councilman Mike Burkons. Cleveland City Councilman Basheer Jones joins the program to talk about how inmates are being affected by the pandemic. Geraldo and Erica have an unexpected conversation about how a ...
Geraldo and Erica take a look at the differences between the way the accusations against Joe Biden, Donald Trump, and Brett Kavanaugh have been handled. Later, Geraldo touches on how the pandemic has affected some of America's most vulnerable populations- seniors and inmates.
On today's matanza, Geraldo gives a brief Cinco de Mayo history lesson before talking to Gordon Chang about China's role in the coronavirus pandemic. Later, Dr. Keith Armitage from UH Hospitals and Dr. Bob Fafalak join the podcast.
Fifty years ago today, shots rang out through the campus of Kent State University and were heard throughout the world. Geraldo talks to author Peter Jedick and others who were there to see the deadly confrontation between anti-war protesters and the Ohio National Guard.
Joe Biden finally speaks about the sexual assault obligations made by former Senate staffer Tara Reade. How will this impact the 2020 election? Dr. Bob Fafalak joins the podcast to talk about progress made in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Geraldo opens up today's Roadkill with conversations with Dr. Keith Armitage of UH Hospitals and Dr. Robert Fafalak about a Remdesivir, a new drug that is showing some results in the fight against COVID-19. Later, lawyer and author Greg Jarrett joins the podcast to discuss the allegations against former Vice President Joe Biden.
Geraldo, Erica, and callers debate the earth-shattering accusations made against the current Democratic nominee for President of the United States. Later, Dr. Bob Fafalk joins the podcast to talk about the most valuable commodity in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic- Antibodies.
On today's Roadkill, Geraldo opens up with Fox Business' Charles Payne to discuss some of the issues with the Paycheck Protection Program and how the economy will recover when states start opening up. Later, The CEO of Neptune Wellness Solutions, Michael Cammarata joins Geraldo to talk about his wellness company shifting gears and making hand sanitizer. Finally, Kittie Warshawsky from College Now joins Geraldo and Erica to ...
On today's Roadkill, Geraldo reacts to President Trump's comments about internal UV light and injectable disinfectants that have dominated that headlines over the past few days. Dr. Keith Armitage of UH Hospitals, Dr. Robert Fafalak of NYU Langone Health, and Dr. Charles Modlin of the Cleveland Clinic join the podcast.
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