Bernard Kerik’s Son Joe Kerik quietly gets married …Cat’s In the Cradle…well almost

July 3, 2015

Bernard Kerik’s Son Joe Kerik quietly gets married …Cat’s In the Cradle…well almost….

The has-been selfie king, Donald Trump apologist, Geraldo Rivera, announced on his fledgling local NYC radio show, Bernard Kerik’s son, Joe Kerik, was getting married today. Joey Kerik is a loyal son, a decent cop and a good man mostly because he was raised entirely by his MOTHER, Jacqueline Kerik, after his selfish father deserted him and his mother way back there. I guess it’s true we can’t pick our family. Congratulations and well wishes are in order, of course! (I express that sentiment seriously and genuinely. Joey is a good kid, especially and in spite of all the embarrassing “adult kid” crap his father has imposed upon his innocent life.) However in a “Cats in the the Cradle” twist and another ironic Kerik family tradition, it appears the bride in a family way. Mazel!

Credit Instagram Bernard Kerik’s son Joe Kerik gets married 

Bernie always said Joe was a better man than he’ll ever be. That’s definitely true. The first time Bernie got a lovely Korean girl pregnant, he ran…and fast. Bernie didn’t catch up with his “daughter” until he and mistress, Judith Regan, were selling a book after 9/11. (It appears his baby Mama contacted Bernie and wanted to know where he’s been and to remind Bernie her GROWN daughter deserved some of the profit from those wildly successful book sales! Oh those sweet reunification stories grab you right in the heart, don’t they?) Desertion is a Kerik tradition. Yet, Joey is no “lost son”. It’s nice to see Joseph Kerik break some unhealthy family traditions. Let’s hope this is just the start of a long run of that! Congrats Joey…..

  1. Cat’s In The Cradle
    Song by Harry Chapin
  2. My child arrived just the other day,
    He came to the world in the usual way,
    But there were planes to catch and bills to pay,
    He learned to walk while I was away
    And he was talking ‘fore I knew it and as he grew
    He’d say I’m gonna be like you, Dad
    You know I’m gonna be like you
    And the cat’s in the cradle and the silver spoon
    Little boy blue and the man on the moon
    When you coming home dad, I don’t know when,
    But we’ll get together then
    You know we’ll have a good time then
    My son turned ten just the other day,
    He said thanks for the ball, dad, come on let’s play
    Can you teach me to throw, I said not today
    I got a lot to do, he said that’s OK
    And he, He walked away, but his smile never did, and said
    I’m gonna be like him, yeah
    You know I’m gonna be like him….