The right's obsessive hatred of Hillary Clinton knows no limits.
Cable news audiences don't care about slogans as long as the partisan spin remains the same.
Burgess, who worked at Fox as a temp for a colleague of O'Reilly's, had remained anonymous until her appearance on "The View”, but decided to make the accusations in public in the wake of O'Reilly's abrupt firing from Fox News.
“People thought it was an act,” Olbermann said about his relentless mocking of O'Reilly. “I genuinely thought he was a menace.”
An unnamed African American woman has now come forward to detail O'Reilly's racially tinged, bizarre harassment of her -- and if true, almost certainly spells the end of his illustrious career at the network
The companies pulling their ads did not do so due to consumer pressure -- a sign that society as a whole takes sexual harassment far more seriously than ever before.
Fox News doesn’t give a shit about women.
Trump almost surely watched Bill O'Reilly and decided he needed to take draconian action in Chicago. He almost surely felt insulted by Jake Tapper's challenge and decided to respond in the most lunatic way possible. And this is just within the past 18 hours. Ladies and gentlemen, your President of the United States.
O'Reilly spent Tuesday evening all worked up about his white privilege being threatened by scary liberals.
Well, why didn't you say so?
This was spectacular.
Maybe orange really is the new black.
This is a dramatic turn around for the right wing host.
No one on this planet more deserves an ass-kicking than Jesse Watters. On Saturday night, The Huffington Post's Ryan Grim almost made it happen.
One of the most insidious forms of racism comes from people who genuinely do not believe they are racist. Their prejudice and xenophobia is so deeply ingrained that they create a distorted world view to justify their warped beliefs about race.
He actually said this
Bill O'Reilly is great at confronting minorities, women and people with less power and money than him. But when facing off against a whiter, angrier and considerably richer version of himself, the 6ft 4 Irishman apparently turns into a shy little boy who wants to hide behind his mama's blouse.
Jesse Watters went to Cornell to find out whether kids there are being "indoctrinated" into the cult of liberalism. He also took some time out to hit on a female student, because he's a douchebag.
Why did Bill O'Reilly and his chums have to weigh in on this non-issue, misrepresent it, then nastily target someone like Caitlyn Jenner? Because that's what they do.
How racist does Trump have to get before prominent conservatives officially denounce him?
In 2006 O'Reilly was so virulently anti homeless that he asserted they were merely people who "want to get drunk, or they want to get high, or they don't want to work because they're too lazy."
The nauseating tale of two powerful male media figures, Bill Cosby and Bill O'Reilly, perfectly illustrates the ongoing problem our society has with its treatment of women, and shows how our society is set up to protect men because of their gender and power.
You might remember Jeffress from the time he said 9/11 was God's punishment against America for abortion.
Imposing presence or not, the reason Bill O'Reilly is now threatening reporters and shouting insults at critics and engaging in ad hominem attacks against those questioning his reporting history is that enough people behind the scenes played his enablers. Maybe it was upper-management forcing his immediate staff to treat him with kid gloves or maybe those who were able to talk tough to him simply accepted the idea that his quick temper and fits of insane rage were just Bill being Bill. Either way, he never should've been allowed to be a one-man wrecking ball throughout a good portion of his career.
Disturbingly, as O'Reilly's lies get bigger and bigger, so too does his audience.
Bill O'Reilly thinks of nothing but murder all day.
There's a good story about the hypocrisy Bill O'Reilly displayed by going after Brian Williams even though he too may have seriously exaggerated the dangers he faced covering a war. There's a great and necessary story about the viciousness with which he's attacking and threatening reporters who dare to write about the controversy in a way that displeases him. But understand something: In the end, all of this is for nothing. There hasn't been a split-second during this whole thing that Fox News has considered punishing O'Reilly in any way.
Fox News and Bill O'Reilly are in serious damage control mode over O'Reilly's Falklands War lies, which now includes Macho Man O'Reilly threatening a female New York Times reporter.
A whole bunch of websites traded credibility for access to Bill O'Reilly, allowing him to trash David Corn without applying even a molecule of journalism. This is not O'Reilly versus Corn, its O'Reilly versus his own words.
If Bill O'Reilly had a modicum of shame, he would have kept himself well away from the Brian Williams saga. But then he is the Fox News network's major star, and you don't get on Fox by having any shame.
Of course, things got crazy on Fox News following President Obama's big immigration speech, but even by those standards, it was surprising to see Bill O'Reilly have to talk Ed Henry down.
This is the most surprising statement since Major Understatement promoted Lieutenant Obvious.
Does Bob Beckel's casual racism trump Bill O'Reilly's egotistical stupidity?
The advantage that Bill O'Reilly derived from being white wasn't superior values or culture. The advantage was in being able to realize them without impediment.
What happened on Monday night is yet another example of the debilitating inability of even smart liberals to see what is plainly in front of their faces.
It's the opening game of the first annual FOXTOBERFEST of Stupid! Who you got?
On this week's Bob & Chez Show, the guys talk discuss how Bill O'Reilly is really angry; Sarah Palin is gonna sue Bob; Victimhood and teachers having sex with students; Secret Service asleep on the job; Bill O'Reilly's ridiculous mercenary force; How to do a Bill O'Reilly impression; and much more.
It's always entertaining to observe an egomaniac gasbag, who takes himself way too seriously, respond to jokes about his childish ideas.
If you were in a coma for the last six years, then suddenly awakened this past weekend to observe both John Oliver's show and Bill O'Reilly's Sunday show appearance, you might assume they were talking about the military actions of two very separate and distinct presidents.
O'Reilly not only continued to push for the privatization of the U.S. armed forces by replacing the troops with an outsourced 25,000-man mercenary army, but he also stated point-blank that there aren't any active-duty military commanders who are capable of defeating ISIS.
Here's just another friendly reminder of what we thought was the rule about this kind of behavior.
O'Reilly's solution might as well be the A-Team -- bayonet-charging into Raqqa aboard a herd of screeching velociraptors, it's just that ridiculous.
Bill O'Reilly joins the League of Extraordinary White Gentlemen who think the race is under attack.