Unless you’ve been living in a cellar somewhere in Hobbiton, you’re well aware that Bill O’Reilly was booted from Fox News after a New York Times article outed the many settlements the former host made with women who claim he sexually harassed them. To say that the ousting shocked cable news could be the understatement of the year thus far. And not only was O’Reilly abruptly fired, he didn’t say goodbye—either by choice or by force—to his legions of viewers, many of whom were left angry and confused.
Animal House is on Cinemax. No #oreillyfactor No watch.
— Robert Shepherd (@THEHOKIE) April 25, 2017
I'm boycotting FoxNews. I loved me some #OReillyFactor. I watch faithfully for 15 years.
— Corey Pride (@gatorboy) April 25, 2017
In response to his firing, last evening O’Reilly emerged from the scandal, speaking in a podcast on billoreilly.com:
You can read the full transcript here.
Two months ago a liberal visitor to the Victory Girls Facebook page attempted to shame us for not commenting on the breaking Roger Ailes sexual harassment story….