Taken at face value, Bill O'Reilly's comments continue a pattern where he sees himself as a victim in all this, something that should never happen to a good Catholic boy like himself.
A "victim" who just shelled out $32m for "false allegations".
Bill O'Reilly is a pathetic tool.
On Monday night, O'Reilly defended himself once again on his website with the latest edition of No Spin News, which has served as his primary platform since he was ousted at Fox News in April.
"You know, am I mad at God? Yeah, I'm mad at him," O'Reilly said on the latest episode of his web series, No Spin News. "I wish I had more protection. I wish this stuff didn't happen. I can't explain it to you. Yeah, I'm mad at him."
He then said that he derives perspective from the tribulations of others, including Kate Steinle, a woman who was allegedly shot by an undocumented immigrant who has been the subject of numerous O'Reilly commentaries.
O'Reilly's response to allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior has been consistent. He's emphatically denied the claims, insisting that his wealth and fame make him a target for such accusations. And he's denounced the press that has reported on the allegations -- and the ensuing settlements -- as corrupt and desperate to take him down.