Mitt Romney's nomination is all but decided at this point and Bill O'Reilly has moved his show's narrative ahead to the general election. During the week on the O'Reilly Factor, he made the point that only the debates will really matter and that the rest of it is just "bloviating." Does that mean he'll tone down the rhetoric at all? Of course not.
Bill O'Reilly devoted a lot of time to the Trayvon Martin case on the O'Reilly Factor this week, sometimes spending multiple segments on it during a show. O'Reilly spent much of that time advocating for the position that George Zimmerman shoudn't be convicted on television, as he believes other media outlets have done; his preferred tack is to state that there isn't enough evidence for even an arrest, which kind of neuters the idea that Zimmerman would be held accountable at all. It's pretty revolting stuff and I watched it all so you don't have to.
Bill O'Reilly is scared. Bill O'Reilly is scared of the coming onslaught of socialism brought on by President Obama and his mentality of entitlement. We're about to be living in a very dangerous America, one where the government pays for contraception and people on welfare aren't summarily imprisoned. Run for your life.
Is there anything more hilarious than Bill O'Reilly talking about the left unfairly influencing the election while at the same time gloating about MSNBC's small viewership?
Bill O'Reilly is a pretty religious man - his belief is based on the tides coming and going out - and so the recent culture war about religion has really been in his wheelhouse. He's particularly mad at President Obama (what else is new?) on account of the President's march toward secularism and all the horrors that entails. He revisited the subject three times this week on his show. Here are sixty seconds of his best quotes, with a bonus nugget of wisdom from Rick Santorum.
With another debate and batch of impeding primaries on his mind, Bill O'Reilly spent much of his week talking about the GOP candidates, particularly the surging Rick Santorum. When O'Reilly sees Santorum, he sees a man being abused by the liberal media who are painting Santorum as some kind of religious nut bag for no reason at all. Apparently, all of Santorum's rhetoric about contraception and God passed O'Reilly by. All in all, it gave Billo plenty to complain about this week.
Fox News blowhard in chief Bill O'Reilly has a serious problem with President Obama's "nanny state" and he really got a chance to flex that muscle this week. And why haven't you heard about all the civil liberties the current administration is stomping on? Why, because of the liberal media of course, another one of O'Reilly's punching bags. All in all it made for a particularly blustery week in O'Reilly-land. Here are the highlights in 60 seconds.
Ever feel the compulsion to hate-watch Fox News' biggest blowhard but find that you just don't have the time on account of being the super busy and important person you are? Well fret not, we've done all the hard work for you and present to you now a sixty second clip of Bill O'Reilly's most hate-able moments from this week.