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Fox backs O'Reilly after reports of sexual harassment

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A former Fox News boss fired for sexual assault, their #1 rated host accused of multiple sexual assaults, all working together to promote a President who had admitted to sexual assault.

What a lovely group of people.

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Fox News host Bill O’Reilly said Saturday that he is “vulnerable to lawsuits”

An occupational hazard if you can't keep your hands to yourself.

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Trump would call it, just more Faux News!

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SuperLibAPR. 02, 2017 - 08:22PM JST A former Fox News boss fired for sexual assault, their #1 rated host accused of multiple sexual assaults, all working together to promote a President who had admitted to sexual assault.

And this latest news comes out at the start of the month that President has declared "National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month". It would be hilariously ironic if it weren't so horrible.

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Bill O'Cosby

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Bill O'Reilly has been caught fabricating his own resume and life history so many times, including on domestic violence charges, I wouldn't be surprised. Could also explain his lurid fascination with rappers, porn and all manner of sexual perversion.

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Bill O'Reilly has been caught fabricating his own resume and life history so many times,

Prove it.

including on domestic violence charges, I wouldn't be surprised. Could also explain his lurid fascination with rappers and how they glorify women, drugs, violence and money.

Fascination? Meaning in a good way? O'Reilly never liked rap, he always spoke out about the violence of "Gangsta" rap and how the message of it is vile, disrespectful and degrading.

porn and all manner of sexual perversion.

Again, prove it.

All I am saying is, people need to be careful about making accusations like that without any evidence. It's so easy for us on the outside to pass judgment like that without knowing all the facts from some of these sites. That's the first thing I wanted to clear up, Second, I do believe that Bill has a problem with women, this goes back years ago, I remember a lawsuit going back 11 years ago when some woman I think it was some woman, friend, acquaintance, can't remember, but this woman filed charges against him and I remember him settling for a specific amount and now these accusations are popping up again. Always been a fan for over 30 years, but I personally do believe from his history with women and in his own marriage that he has a serious problem. What a shame, the man needs serious help it would seem and for the life of me, I don't understand why he didn't learn from his past mistakes. I remember the most recent lawsuit was from Andrea Tantaros who was very beautiful and smart and then a few months ago, she filed a lawsuit about Ailes and Bill's name was in it as well, that's pretty bad. But like with Cosby he should stop because these things always come back and will bite you. Like the man, but I have a really diffucult time to support anyone that does something like this. Feel bad for these women something like this should never happen and someone in Bill's position should know this, but some people think they are untouchable and invincible. smh

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Well said, bass.

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occupational hazard of a sexual predator...

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Fox News - unfair and perverted, as always.

Quite the characters they have over there on the trash right MSM.

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All I am saying is, people need to be careful about making accusations like that without any evidence.

This has all been gone over to death. Just three assertions that come to mind...I agree O'Reilly's exaggerated reports of the Buenos Aires riot are largely claims that could be argued away by reasonable people on semantics. The claims on Fox News and in his Kennedy books, on the other hand, that he was outside the Florida house where Lee Harvey Oswald friend George de Mohrenschildt was staying when he killed himself in 1977 have been widely debunked. As has a story told multiple times about seeing nuns “get shot in the back of the head” in El Salvador while he was there covering the civil war there for CBS News, when in actuality he now admits to having arrived after the event and was only referring to 'images' of the assassination. The killing books alone are riddled with historical and factual inaccuracies, he always talks about wanting to separate myth from history, but I seriously don't think he knows the difference.

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Quite the characters they have over there on the trash right MSM.

Everyone? A broad brush we painting with, eh? There are a lot of good people there, the network has nothing to do with a few idiots that work there.

The claims on Fox News and in his Kennedy books, on the other hand, that he was outside the Florida house where Lee Harvey Oswald friend George de Mohrenschildt was staying when he killed himself in 1977 have been widely debunked.

That depends on the person you are asking, also you or don't know HIS sources or who they are, their reputation. I'm just saying, there are so many angles to the assassination, we'll never know the full and accurate truth.

The killing books alone are riddled with historical and factual inaccuracies, he always talks about wanting to separate myth from history, but I seriously don't think he knows the difference.

Again, it depends on who his sources are and what experience they have and what they know, evidence they've seen, other people that may have close connections historically to many of these people. You or can't say definitively anything, we didn't write a book and we weren't there or spoken to these people. Not saying your wrong, but I always like stay in the safe zone unless I have verifiable proof. Now back to the topic, when it comes to these women, I am a lot more skeptical about Bill's words because when a woman makes these kinds of accusations, they are very serious and you can have your credibility and reputation demolished if you are wrong, these women know career wise what could happen to them, so because of that, why would any woman put themselves in that spotlight. So I tend to side more with these women. I have a fundamental problem when men do these kinds of things and for me Cosby and O'Reilly in that sense have been a very sick disappointment.

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That depends on the person you are asking, also you or don't know HIS sources or who they are, their reputation. I'm just saying, there are so many angles to the assassination, we'll never know the full and accurate truth.

What we do know is that there is an audio recording where O'Reilly can be clearly heard saying he will be in Florida the next day to investigate, after learning of the George de Mohrenschildt suicide.

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"All I am saying is, people need to be careful about making accusations like that without any evidence."

You seemed to defend Trump for making unfounded accusations after watching rightist drivel on this trash MSM channel.

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"No, Bass is saying, everyone needs to be careful before making gross accusations"

But not the president?

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But not the president?

What do you think? Jeez!

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"But not the president?"

"What do you think? Jeez!"

It's hard to know what to think after you wrote "I said, there are two sides to every story" when I asked you about Trump making unfounded accusations.

Just give a straight and honest answer. It'll probably contradict what you've posted earlier, but it's honest at least.

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It's hard to know what to think after you wrote "I said, there are two sides to every story" when I asked you about Trump making unfounded accusations.

It's not hard at all, so in your personal opinion, do YOU think it's ok for the president to make unfounded accusations?

Just give a straight and honest answer.

I always do.

It'll probably contradict what you've posted earlier

No, I made myself clear.

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Actually you've made accusations on several occasions with no evidence. I believe you still accuse Obama of being a secret Muslim working on behalf of Islamic countries, correct? When we talked about Trump settling with the US government you said that it could be a lie, a deception by the government, a farce, a frivolous lawsuit, etc., but you have no evidence supporting that.

Lots of things, actually.

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“vulnerable to lawsuits” because of his high-profile job

Hmmm...... 2 or maybe 3 women, and after that, one should had wised up and took proper precautions such as personal bodyguards

But 5 women though?

And in the millions of dollars? One would only pay that much money if the allegations are strong and really damaging that it'd cost more than that much to pay them off

What have we find out lately from other recent high-profile celebrities with multiple millions-settlements

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NO ONE pays a nickel of money like this unless he's guilty. If he's paying millions to multiple women, it's because he's a p**** grabber and disrespectful person. I guess he'll be up for president in 2020.

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Laughing at you Bigot O'Rielly -

Next let's see what Hannity has been up to...

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