Bill O'Reilly is a racist prick. He's left a trail of evidence a mile long, but this one just highlights everything that's wrong with Fox News as well as what's the matter with Bill O'Reilly.
O'Reilly began his show by singing Donald Trump's praises, so you know exactly where he's going to go, because Fox News no longer leads, when it comes to the meme of the day. It just follows whoever is being the biggest bigot of the day.
His focus toward the end of the segment was on "Kate's Law," the stupid law reacting to the killing of a white woman by an undocumented immigrant in this country, and how disgusted he was that it wasn't unanimously passed. BillO has "had it."
Then he brought Bernie Goldberg on to commiserate.
"Trump knows that millions and millions of Americans have had it, and he's going to mobilize all of those people," BillO huffed.
Of course, we can assume "those people" are old white folks who think the world turns around them and only them, a la Bill O'Reilly.
"It's a lot like Black Lives Matter," he continued. "The Black Lives Matter crew -- they basically hate their country. They hate it, and there's nothing you can say to persuade them out of that."
He then challenged Goldberg to compare the "hate" the BLM activists have with the hate harbored in the dark, dark hearts of white men who fear they're losing their supremacy.
Goldberg just nodded and agreed.
Listen, you pissed off, disappointed, disgruntled white voters. You have absolutely NOTHING to be bitching about. You come talk to me when police routinely gun down your children in the street and then lie about it to protect their asses. You come talk to me when you get pulled over because you fit a specific profile. You come talk to me when people spit on YOU and call for you to be burned, or hanged, or lynched.
Until then, pissed off white voters and Bill O'Reilly, you don't have a damned thing to be pissed off about, other than how your Republican party has screwed you over and over and over again.
As for Fox News, well. In just seven years, Fox News has gone from firing the guy who said "Barack Obama has a deep-seated hatred of white people" to bear-hugging his hate and parading it for viewers during primetime television.