O'Reilly speaks out, anti-Fox News activist efforts continue

Jay Jacobs
May 13, 2017

Bill O'Reilly complained of a liberal "hit job" that did him in during his first interview Friday since he was sacked two weeks ago.

"It has to do with destroying voices [the] far-left doesn't like", he added. He said the group "terrorizes" sponsors, "threatens people behinds the scenes" and "pays people to say things".

It comes as a "normal" transition, then, that O'Reilly's first post-Fox interview should happen on none other than Beck's nationally-syndicated radio show.

Tucker Carlson has since moved into O'Reilly's coveted 8 p.m. time slot, marking Carlson's third prime-time move in a four-month period. The cable news king was dismissed from his 21-year perch at the network. "When I was at Fox News, as you'll remember, I did "George Soros the puppet master, ' because we had received what we felt was a serious threat to life from one of George Soros" intimate surogates". O'Reilly has said he made the payments to protect his children, and that his fame makes him a target. "From now on when I'm attacked, I'm going to take action, mostly legal action". "It's not going to happen anymore to me".

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He offered no criticism of his former employer, saying that he had "20 good years at FNC".

O'Reilly hinted that he might take legal action or at the very least expose some parties he feels played a role in his demise at the cable-news network.

"We were all shocked", he said. In his studio, he has this crew around him at Fox and as he's walking off the studio, he looked at one of the folks working there and he says, 'Wow, you have really pretty hair.' And she filed a sexual harassment suit because he said she had pretty hair ...

"The messaging is always a problem with the Trump White House", O'Reilly said, calling White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer a "weak" defender of the president. We're going to name them, and it will be a big story.

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