You can take Bill O'Reilly's dismissal as the best endorsement Occupy Wall Street can get.
Here's O'Reilly from this Monday's show pretending that he's ever had anything besides derision, belittlement, mockery or scorn for the people out there protesting Wall Street, ever since the movement they would have preferred to ignore started.
O'REILLY: I'm an independent, alright? And I looked at this group in the beginning and gave them a shot and wanted to know what they were all about, but once they started to attack our personnel here, including John Stossel and and Geraldo and all of that, I said, you know what? I don't want any part of these people.
I guarantee you ninety percent, ninety percent of Americans Juan are saying the same thing... we don't like them, we don't trust them, we think they're radicals and if anybody throws in with them, we're going to vote against that anybody. And that's what's going on on Juan.
WILLIAMS: No. But remember, about sixty percent of Americans tell pollsters, they are in fact in sympathy with the idea...
O'REILLY: Wait until you see the new poll on it.
WILLIAMS: … with the idea that the Wall Street people are a bunch of greedy bums.
O'REILLY: Wait until you see the new poll on it. Okay? It ain't gonna' be that sixty. It's going to be down to forty or thirty five, and the more loons like you saw over the weekend... and they will. Because to continue, Mary Katharine to get themselves in the media, they've got to do this stuff. The media's tired of this story now!
WILLIAMS: If they become anarchists... if they are doing stuff like in that video...
O'REILLY: They're already anarchists Juan! Want do you want them to do? Burn the house down?
Media Matters has been monitoring Fox's coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement and has more on that here -- A Guide To The Smear Campaign Against Occupy Wall Street:
The right-wing media have engaged in a relentless smear campaign against the Occupy Wall Street movement, including calling the protesters socialists and Marxists, saying they represent the "fringe of the fringe of the fringe," and claiming they "sound like the Unabomber," among other attacks.