Re: hoodies. As a lifelong sailor I noticed long ago that the Coast Guard always stopped the boats that flew the Jolly Roger pirate flag.
— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) July 15, 2013
Geraldo Rivera eventually broke down and apologized for tweeting last year that Trayvon Martin’s hoodie was just as responsible for his death as was George Zimmerman’s gun. “I am urging the parents of black and Latino youngsters particularly to not let their children go out wearing hoodies,” Rivera told the hosts of “Fox and Friends.” In light of the massive backlash and his subsequent apology, it’s surprising that Rivera is reviving the hoodie debate. Last year he argued that hoodies were “gangsta.” But what’s this about the Jolly Roger?
@GeraldoRivera really?????? Please tell me you're kidding
— Luis Acevedo (@bklynpito252) July 15, 2013
— Betty Aberlin (@bettyaberlin) July 15, 2013
.@GeraldoRivera Did you find a hoodie in Capone's vault?
— Brian P. Hickey (@BrianPHickey) July 15, 2013
I think @GeraldoRivera is unaware how common hoodies are among people who are under 50. It's like saying don't wear jeans.
— Michelle (@GrrrlRomeo) July 15, 2013