Gretchen Carlson, who sued and won a huge settlement from Fox News for being sexually harassed said it was disappointing to see Fox News give O'Reilly a venue to comeback on the air.
After being fired, Gretchen Carlson sued Fox News because of Roger Ailes sexually harassment of her, won a twenty million dollar settlement from its parent company.
Gabriel Sherman interviewed her a year later for Vanity Fair.
Carlson joined the non-profit group All In Together to fund a leadership initiative to help and educate women that are being sexually harassed at work.
On September 26th, Sean Hannity brought back the disgraced former Fox News host for a one-on-one interview.
Sherman asked, "On Tuesday night, Bill O’Reilly returned to Fox News to promote his book. Do you have plans to be on Fox to promote your book?"
She said, "No."
Sherman said, "What did you think of O’Reilly being allowed back on after it was revealed he paid $13 million to settle harassment claims made against him?"
Carlson replied, "It’s disappointing that somebody who was fired from Fox would be given a venue to come back on as a guest, especially based on the reasons that surrounded it."
These disgraced conservative dinosaurs have more than nine lives it would appear and as long as they stick to their conservative orthodoxy, there will always be air time for them.