O'Reilly speaks out, anti-Fox News activist efforts continue

13 May, 2017, 10:26 | Author: Warren Cooper
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Nor did he mention the recent surfacing of an affidavit, in which his wife accused him of violently attacking her after she caught him having phone sex, but to be fair, this discussion really only revolved around O'Reilly's disgust at being fired from Fox News. In the weeks to come, we're gonna be able to explain some of it. That's the general tone.

O'Reilly said he was returning to the United States from a trip to Rome and the Vatican when he learned he had been dismissed by the Fox News Channel.

Another guest called and said about O'Reilly, "I would love for you to guys to get him on The Blaze".

O'Reilly also promised an explanation soon about "this crew that terrorizes sponsors and threatens people behind the scenes", an apparent reference to Media Matters and its public campaign to boycott companies that advertised on "The O'Reilly Factor".

Bill O'Reilly on Friday morning addressed his firing from Fox News, blasting some of the press as "vicious and evil" while promising an "exposition" to reveal supposed untold details about his unexpected ouster last month.

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O'Reilly said he was "target number one" for liberal activists seeking to silence voices they don't like.

O'Reilly reportedly made $25 million-a-year at Fox and is receiving close to that as a payout for leaving the network amidst his alleged sexual harassment against female employees. He also claimed that he tried to protect his family, although it's not clear whether he's referring to settlements at that point or something else. "But it's not going to happen anymore to me".

Nonetheless, O'Reilly is blaming the left for the wave of advertisers that abandoned him, and he vowed that his team will expose the entitles who destroyed him. But I'm not going to say anything more than that", "O'Reilly said. We're going to name them, and it will be a big story. "It's their prerogative. They can do whatever they want".

"We were all shocked", he said, adding, "I felt very bad for not only me, and people close to me, and my staff, but for the viewers and listeners".

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