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

Posted May 13, 2017

Former Fox News television host, Bill O'Reilly, just gave his first interview since he was sacked from the network two weeks ago.

O'Reilly, let go following reports that the network paid almost $13 million to women who accused the talking head of sexual harassment, gave his first public interview Friday - with his one-time colleague Glenn Beck.

"This was a hit, and in the weeks to come, we are going to be able to explain some of it". "It really has to do with destroying voices that the far-left doesn't like". He also claimed there's a "crew" that "terrorizes sponsors" and "pays people to say things", which was his way of saying that the accusations against him are ... bogus?

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. Nor does it include the $25 million Fox was estimated to have paid the cable news host in a severance package after he was dropped from his nightly show amid sexual harassment complaints and lawsuits. "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". "I've gotta do it in a way where we don't make any mistakes, and we will".

O'Reilly said he was returning to the United States from a trip to Rome and the Vatican when he learned he had been dismissed by the Fox News Channel. "It's grossly dishonest", he lamented during the three-hour show.

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Charles Herring, CEO of San Diego-based One America Network, told the paper's MediaBlast blog: "Bill O'Reilly has been nothing short of a powerhouse in cable news".

Mediablast also reported that O'Reilly has piqued the interest of executives at Sinclair, a huge right-leaning broadcaster that has been busy gobbling up media properties. "But it's not going to happen anymore to me".

"We were all shocked", he said. And it appears that O'Reilly is aware of that - and using that fact to deflect responsibility for his role in his own firing.

"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. This will be a "big, big story", he said, but the "left-wing media" will probably "downplay" his vindication.