Destroying Bill O’Reilly
By My View by Silvio Canto, Jr. (Reporter)
, Friday, April 21, 2017 5:17http://beforeitsnews.com/opinion-conservative/2017/04/destroying-bill-oreilly-3271904.html
"(Before It's News)
For quite some time, I’ve watched The Factor at 7 pm or later at 10pm.
I always found the segments interesting, stimulating and often funny,
such as Miller’s weekly contribution.
We learned that Fox said “No mas” and O’Reilly is off the air
. Put me
down as one of those 4 million who isn’t happy.
Let me be clear that I don’t support sexual harassment or the
mistreatment of anyone in the work environment.
I do see a lot of selective indignation, specially when the allegations
came from an article in the New York Times. Isn’t this the same paper
that endorsed Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton and loves Ted Kennedy?
Is Roger Simon
right that this is really about Trump? I think that
Roger is on to something here:
The real target in the defenestration of Bill was not O’Reilly himself
but very obviously Donald Trump. He’s the Big Kahuna the obscenely
named “Resistance” (hey, you idiots, that was about Auschwitz, not tax
reform) is after and Bill was only a stop along the way.
Indeed, several of Bill’s accusers, represented by the daughter of
Gloria Allred, appear to be people who find Trump particularly
And the original story was broken by the New York Times, the literary
capital of the “Resistance.”
And how all of the advertisers were put together to unite against
O’Reilly? It’s all too cute and organized for me!
By the way, does anyone at Mercedes Benz
, one of the advertisers that
pulled out, really think that people will buy more of their cars now
because they pulled their ads? Are they checking on the moral character
of all of the other places where they advertise?
In a perfect world, men would treat women with respect, ladies would
not seek professional or economic sugar daddies, MSNBC would do
segments on the women who accused Bill Clinton, the feminists would
refuse to support Hillary Clinton because she enabled her husband’s
misconduct and “the flakes” in Harvard would call for the removal of
everything Kennedy from the college because of allegations about their
Of course, we don’t live in a perfect world. We live in one where the
left is out to destroy anyone who they disagree with. In other words,
this is not about sexual harassment but rather Fox News. I hope that
Mr. Murdoch’s sons have figured that out! It won’t be long before
another effort is made to bring down Sean Hannity or Tucker Carlson
because they promote “hate” or challenge guests on global warming. P.S. You can listen to my show (Canto Talk) and follow me on Twitter.
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ROGER L. SIMONIs O'Reilly's Firing Really About Trump?BY ROGER L SIMON APRIL 19, 2017 CHAT 355 COMMENTShttps://pjmedia.com/rogerlsimon/2017/04/19/is-oreillys-firing-really-about-trump/
"Rupert Murdoch should sue his sons.
James and Lachlan seem intent on destroying Fox News or at least
reforming it drastically, which in the final analysis comes to the same
The sons think they're the new hip thing, but they're the opposite.
They're terminally square. And not just because Fox was the only
big-time conservative game in town and therefore could lap CNN and
MSNBC, as the network has done for years, but because liberalism isn't
nearly as cool as the boys think it is. It's actually stodgy and
vastly more old-fashioned than conservatism and certainly
(I know that's hard to comprehend for some -- it's so contrary to
conventional wisdom -- but think about it for two seconds.) Nevertheless, if I were Sean Hannity, I'd be watching my back.
O'Reilly -- whatever his behavior -- may only have been the first to go.
The real target in the defenestration of Bill was not O'Reilly himself
but very obviously Donald Trump. He's the Big Kahuna the obscenely
named "Resistance" (hey, you idiots, that was about Auschwitz, not tax
reform) is after and Bill was only a stop along the way. Indeed,
several of Bill's accusers, represented by the daughter of Gloria
, appear to be people who find Trump particularly loathsome. And
the original story was broken by the New York Times
, the literary
capital of the "Resistance."
The timing of the attacks on O'Reilly -- who everyone knew for years
was not a saint, sort of like Bill Clinton and half the stars in
Hollywood we hear pontificating on a daily basis -- is also far from
coincidental. O'Reilly, although he pretended to even-handedness (no
journalist is), was one of Trump's most staunch defenders in the media,
arguably his most powerful one. For the "Resistance," he had to go.
If I were Fox talent right now, I'd be very nervous and especially
careful about saying anything too positive about Trump. I'd remember
to add a few negatives, maybe more than a few, to undercut any
approving statements about the president or his policies, just like
they do it on CNN. The Murdoch boys will be watching. Like characters
in a Greek tragedy, the brothers have taken over and are maneuvering
their aged father off stage. And Fox News is the big loser in this
A possible winner, however, is Newsmax, the only other serious
conservative television network on cable. Despite having some good
shows and interesting guests (including yours truly, so I should recuse
myself, but I won't), they haven't made much of an impact so far, in
part because they have a degraded video feed that looks amateurish.
Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy has been dickering back and forth with the
cable companies for years now about getting a full high-def feed. It
would seem this would be the time to get the money together and take
the plunge. He might even draft a certain Bill O'Reilly as his lead
Which leads me back to O'Reilly. Watching The (No O'Reilly) Factor on
Wednesday night, hosted by Dana Perino, was an extremely odd, almost
disembodied experience. Perino, an intelligent and attractive woman,
appeared to be straining and barely mentioned O'Reilly until the end.
Then all she said were no more than encomiums that sounded as if they
were written by lawyers. Undoubtedly, they were. She gave absolutely no
details on why O'Reilly was no longer there, even though much of
America had been discussing the rumors for days. Evidently the Murdochs
didn't want her to say anything. So Bill went to Italy, met the pope,
and never came back. Actually Perino didn't even say the much. The
elephant in the room not only remained the elephant in the room -- it
Did what Bill supposedly did really amount to a firing offense or were
his accusers just looking for money or fame, as O'Reilly himself has
implied? Or was it just a political hatchet job by the seemingly
endless legions who spend all their waking hours and seemingly most of
their sleeping ones doing their best to oppose, discredit, and destroy
all things Trump? 5 Things You Need to Know About Fox News Cutting Bill O'Reilly Roger L. Simon is an award-winning novelist, Academy Award-nominated
screenwriter and co-founder of PJ Media. His latest book is I Know
Best: How Moral Narcissism Is Destroying Our Republic, If It Hasn't
Already. Follow him on Twitter @rogerlsimon.
Both O'Reilly and Hannity have praised Julian Assange for his work to expose the Clinton Democrats
and its key part within the Deep State. The CIA however has started a deadly campaign against
Assange :CIA chief knocks Assange, but deems Wikileaks 'intelligence agency'
by RT America , Published on Apr 13, 2017https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnL7c13w4_A "CIA Director Mike Pompeo tore into Julian Assange, the founder of
whistleblowing website Wikileaks, while simultaneously calling the
project aimed at government transparency one of a few "non-state
intelligence agencies." Without specifying what other agencies the
director was referring to, Pompeo made it clear that he regards Assange
as dangerous to the US as any other terrorist organization. "