Bill O’Reilly





Jesse Hagopian writes at Common Dreams:

On election night, as it became increasingly clear that Mitt Romney was going to lose the election to Barack Obama, I watched Fox News host Megyn Kelly ask you, “How do you think we got to this point?”

You responded by saying,

Because it’s a changing country. The demographics are changing. It’s not a traditional America anymore and there are 50 percent of the voting public who want stuff, they want things. And who is going to give them things? President Obama. The white establishment is now the minority…





Alex Jones’ colleague Paul Joseph Watson, editor of InfoWars, details the horror expressed by traditional media stalwarts like Bill O’Reilly at Jones’ sudden appearance in the mainstream:

It has become abundantly clear that the establishment is so petrified of the fact that Alex Jones is at the tip of the spear of a new media revolution that is sweeping away the old guard, that we have now reached the point where talking heads like Bill O’Reilly and indeed the Obama White House itself dare not even mention his name.

During a segment about “the dumbest things of the week,” Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly entertained his dwindling geriatric audience by poking fun at Alex Jones’ appearance on The View last week, chuckling and guffawing at the behavior of “some guy on the radio, we really don’t know who he is.”…


‘The View’s’ Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar demonstrate how best to deal with Bill O’Reilly when you disagree: walk away. The Washington Post reports:

Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg made it clear on today’s “The View”: They are not fans of Bill O’Reilly. During his visit to their show today, the conversation turned to the Park51 community center. O’Reilly staunchly attacked President Obama for not commenting on the “appropriateness” of the location.

Continues at The Washington Post



From THR’s Live Feed blog:

Round One of Jon Stewart’s appearance on Fox News’ “The O’Reilly Factor.”

There wasn’t any big feud leading up to this moment, just six years of daily ideological opposition since Stewart’s last appearance on the show. Like a snake and mongoose dumped into the same room, you know something interesting is going to happen.

In the first segment, Stewart said he’s “torn” about President Obama’s performance.

“He has decided Congress is an equal branch of government — huge mistake,” Stewart said.

“That’s a pretty smart analysis. A lot of people don’t think you’re smart,” O’Reilly said.