Comments From a Woman Who Worked For Bill O'Reilly


Her name is Diane, she claims she worked for bill o'reilly at foxnews. She posted these comments on the o'reilly-sucks message board.

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I worked at Fox News Channel
Posted on January 7, 2002 at 03:42:49 PM by Diane

I worked at FNC. It is completely and totally biased to republicans and they gear their shows towards their "viewers" (wink wink nudge nudge) O'Reilly is worse off camera than he is on. If you look at him wrong, he will try to get you fired. When he claims to have researched something and "he has the facts', well, let's just say he has the information he wanted and he just happens to call it facts. When he did ask for facts and/or research/references, he would get angry if it didn't fit what he wanted to say that night. He had quite the snit fit when Geraldo was hired because he said 'he was the star' at Fox.

He is a complete nightmare.

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Re: Proof ?

I wish I had seen the posts that doubted that I worked at Fox. Now there's a good argument.. "did!" "Did not!" There were producers and talent that requested real hard facts despite who's point they supported. Most if not all reporters; Angle, Centanni, Goler, Iovanna, Palkot, David Lee Miller were always above reproach. They asked for facts not bias

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Then Some Guy Named Bill Wrote This:

HeyDiane
Posted on January 8, 2002 at 12:33:49 AM by BILL

What about Neil Cavuto? He seems like a nice guy but OReilly picks on hims something awful.

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Then I The (Webmaster) Wrote This:

Re(1): HeyDiane
Posted on January 8, 2002 at 12:59:23 AM by Webmaster

It's all a set up Bill, o'reilly and cavuto are good friends. They just pretend to argue over issues, they pretty much agree on everything except greenspan and the economy. My opinion....

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Then Diane Wrote This:

Re(2): HeyDiane
Posted on January 8, 2002 at 05:30:49 PM by Diane

Actually I don't know if they are friends or not. I never heard any wild stories about Neil though. And his requests actually do ask for facts. I have heard from the people on his team that he is a nice guy. I've just seen him and said hello in the hallway thats about all. However, most everyone has had a run in with O'Reilly. The questions we got from that team were so ridiculous until we found out that the assistant producers were asking questions verbatim from him because if there was the slightest deviation, he would browbeat them. When he was shooting in LA, his behavior was so out of line that a producer pulled him aside and suggested that he cool it. O'Reilly spent the rest of the week trying to have him fired. He is a nasty little worm. Judith Reagan isn't far behind. She's quite a piece of work herself.