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O'Reilly Calls Salon And Media Matters Hate Websites Like Stormfront

Bill-O delivered a big heaping helping of projection during his Talking Points Memo this Tuesday when he accused liberal web sites of being propagandists.
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Bill-O delivered a big heaping helping of projection during his Talking Points Memo this Tuesday when he accused liberal web sites of being propagandists. Apparently O'Reilly isn't too happy about the criticism he's received from Salon for his stalker producer Jesse Watters grandstanding over Kate Steinle’s murder in San Francisco, or for his Talking Points Memo last week where he was trying to justify Donald Trump's racist remarks about Mexicans, or for Media Matters and their post on Fox's support of Trump's rhetoric, which included O'Reilly as well.

After first attacking CNN's Chris Cuomo for an interview he didn't like on sanctuary cities, Bill-O moved onto again milking the death of Steinle for every ounce of outrage he could get out of it, which he's been doing pretty much on a nightly basis since Fox's producers decided they were going to latch onto the topic and turn it into their new Benghazi!!!!!

O'Reilly then showed some footage of his network going out to harass San Francisco city officials over the murder, with one of them hilariously telling the Fox "reporter" that his network is not real news, which it's not.

Next up of course was the attack on the so-called "liberal media." Let the projection begin!

Transcript via O'Reilly's blog: Enabling Evil:

Now there comes a point where people get the government they deserve.

That has surely happened in San Francisco.

The ultra-left is controlling the city, and an innocent woman Kate Steinle is dead because of policies that endanger the public.

You would think those people would re-think their insane ideology.

But they will not.

They will never admit a mistake.

The San Francisco crew is aided by a compliant media.

As you may know, we have proposed Kate's Law, new federal legislation that would mandate any felon who is deported and comes back here receives a mandatory five-year prison term.

That is opposed by the ACLU, the New York Times and other uber-left media.

Again, it gets worse.

The hate-site Salon bannered this headline:


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"Bill O'Reilly sends the vile Jesse Watters to grandstand in San Francisco over Kate Steinle's murder."

The hate-site Media Matters bannered this:

"Fox figures lead the charge praising Trump's immigrant smears for igniting national immigration debate."

Then liberal newspapers like the San Jose Mercury News spread the propaganda.

Quote from that paper "Bill O'Reilly: the murder of Kate Steinle proves Donald Trump is right about Mexicans."

Of course I never said that. The San Jose Mercury News fabricated it, mimicking a hate website.

So here's a suggestion for the San Jose Mercury News, Yahoo News and others that print this garbage. You wouldn't use anything from Stormfront, another hate website, would you?

So why are you using stuff from Salon, which is just as bad?

Why are you legitimizing rank propaganda?

You should be ashamed of yourselves.

Tomorrow we will tell you which politicians running for president support Kate's Law.

We will also tell you what Speaker of the House John Boehner thinks about it.

Boehner is interesting. He could take a leadership position here. Will he?

The same can be said of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has indicated that he will get behind Kate's Law.

We've also asked Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders to weigh in.

It is a damn shame that all Americans cannot support a policy that would protect people like Kate Steinle.

If you saw the heartbreaking interview with her parents last night, how could you not support tough measures against criminal illegal aliens?

Yet some Americans will not and even attack me and Fox News for trying to solve this despicable problem.

Finally, the Senate Judiciary Committee announced today it will begin hearings next week on the lax enforcement of the nation's immigration laws.

The committee is going to ask Kate Steinle's parents to testify.

Thank God.

And that's the memo.

Oh goodie! Another witch hunt! Thank God! I wonder how many million the Republicans controlling our Congress are going to waste on this one?

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