Laugh-a-minute Fox News reporter Jesse Watters has made a career out of ambushing story subjects on the street and broadcasting their confused reactions on The O’Reilly Factor. Last night, Watters’ gaze turned toward the participants of the annual San Francisco Pride Celebration & Parade, where the Fox emissary trolled the parade route in downtown S.F. to get a rise out of various attendees. After all, 60-something conservative men need some way to gape at gay people.
Bill O’Reilly wants to pummel the mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, for demonizing the wealthy. “I want to beat him up,” the Fox News anchor said of Hizzoner. (You can hear the audio above.) O’Reilly revealed his violent wish at a Thursday fundraiser for the Church of Saint Mary, a Catholic parish and K-12 school in the Long Island hamlet of Manhasset. As the Bible says: The rich will inherit the Earth.
During The O'Reilly Factor last night, Bill O'Reilly posed an interesting question to his two guests, Kristen Powers and Kate Obenshain: "There has got to be some downside to having a woman president, right?"
Women might want to think twice before working for Bill O’Reilly. According to Gabriel Sherman’s new book, The Loudest Voice in the Room, the top Fox News anchor grew so enraged at a female producer after a botched segment in 2003 that, in order to defuse the situation, “a senior Fox executive” intervened and escorted the crying producer out of News Corp’s Midtown headquarters.
Bill O'Reilly wants his ex-wife to go to Hell. Literally. As we previously reported, the Fox News falafelist became separated from his former wife Maureen McPhilmy at some point in 2011, and later went on an apparently corrupt crusade to destroy the career of the Nassau County Police detective she was dating. We have now confirmed that O'Reilly and McPhilmy have been formally divorced, that she has since married the detective, and that O'Reilly is in the midst of a scorched-earth custody battle—dubbed, appropriately enough, Anonymous v. Anonymous—over the ex-couple's two children. It involves a surreptitious attempt by O'Reilly to undermine his custody arrangement by hiring, as a member of his household staff, the woman he and his ex had agreed on as a neutral arbiter of their disputes. It also involves O'Reilly's attempts to annul his marriage and have McPhilmy potentially booted from the Catholic Church.
Last night, Bill O'Reilly got fired up about this photo of Mitt Romney bending over in front of an astonished small child, which most of the internet already saw and appropriately captioned on Monday. After categorizing the photo as "suggestive" and borderline child abuse, O'Reilly called for the person responsible for distributing this photo to be fired. O'Reilly predicted that the AP would have issued an apology by today, though he is likely still waiting for the AP to personally apologize, kneel down and beg for forgiveness. (Or a job.)
A 90-minute "rumble" between the Daily Show's Jon Stewart and the O'Reilly Factor's Bill O'Reilly inside an air-conditioned auditorium inside George Washington University brought the two disparate pillars of news talk no closer to consensus — but none of the attendees (who paid as much as $1395 to see black debate white) seemed to mind.
Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly have announced plans to put the presidential debates to shame with their very own battle of wits.
Have you heard about the Race War? It's being censored by the media, but maybe you caught the news on Rush Limbaugh's show — "In Obama's America, the white kids now get beat up with the black kids cheering" — or The O'Reilly Factor, or on the front page of the Drudge Report, or in Thomas Sowell's nationally-syndicated column, or on one of many blogs, like the Daily Caller. Or maybe you heard about it when you were beat up by one of our country's many roving mobs of black teens?
What follows is a dispatch from Joe Muto, formerly known as the Fox Mole, written shortly after he revealed himself on Gawker earlier this month. This morning, Muto's apartment was raided by investigators for the New York County District Attorney's Office, who seized his computer, mobile phone and tablet computer in the course of investigating "attempt[s] and conspiracy to commit...grand larceny, petit larceny, and computer tampering."
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