Conclusive Proof O'Reilly Is Dishonest & Crazy
By: Steve - October 25, 2010 - 9:30am

In this blog posting I will show you two things, how O'Reilly ignores his own no speculation rules, and how he says one thing one minute, and another thing the next minute. O'Reilly actually says what Juan Williams said was a feeling not an opinion, and then 2 minutes later O'Reilly said it was an opinion, and honest opinion.

Here is O'Reilly speculating that NPR waited 36 hours before firing Juan Williams.
O'REILLY: Let's walk through. When you said that on "The Factor," I heard it and I was going to say well, I'm not scared of Muslims on a plane. I was going to but I said, you know, it's not worth it. It's a small point. It's a small point.

WILLIAMS: It was.

O'REILLY: First of all, millions of Americans feel the same way. That's beyond a reasonable doubt. So you say it. When did the fallout start? How quickly after you said it? This was on Monday night you said it.

WILLIAMS: Monday night on your show and on Wednesday afternoon, I get a call from Ellen Weiss, the vice president in charge of news at NPR and she says "What did you mean to say?" I said, "I said what I meant to say."

O'REILLY: So it took them 36 hours to get to you.

WILLIAMS: Not to get to me. They can get to me any time. I work for them. They know how to reach me.

O'REILLY: You didn't hear anything for 36 hours.

WILLIAMS: Nothing. In fact...

O'REILLY: Do you know what that tells me? Somebody put heat on them.

WILLIAMS: Yes, without a doubt.

O'REILLY: Because if they had heard it and there'd been so much outrage, you would have heard Tuesday morning.
Hmmmmm, hey O'Reilly. Maybe the people at NPR do not watch your show, and they did not hear about what Juan said for a couple days. Did you ever think of that, of course not, because you were too busy speculating about what happened while you were spinning and kissing the butt of your buddy Juan Williams.

Did you even ask NPR when they found out what Juan said, of course not, because you are not a journalist, you are a partisan hack. You have a no speculation rule, that is your own rule, and yet you violate that rule virtually every night. The above transcript proves that you speculated NPR heard what Juan said and then they waited 36 hours to fire him.

Maybe they did not hear about what Juan said for a couple days, then they had a meeting and decided to fire him, with no pressure from any outside groups, did you ever think of that, of course not, because you are a biased right-wing hack. As you would say yourself, can you prove it, if not, it's pure speculation.

Now look at this, here is where O'Reilly goes off the rails:
WILLIAMS: They take something totally out of context, like one word or one line and forget the fact that here I am engaging you, Bill O'Reilly, right? We are having an honest discussion. This is what America should be. People having a real debate and telling you, you pointed out rightly in the "Talking Points Memo." This is what I felt.

O'REILLY: It wasn't an opinion. That's where this Schiller, do you know her by the way?

WILLIAMS: I have met her.

O'REILLY: I mean, this woman is stone-cold dumb. I'm not saying it, with all due respect. Williams gives -- you are not allowed to give personal opinions as an NPR analyst. You are not allowed to give personal opinions. We don't want personal opinions. You weren't giving an opinion.

WILLIAMS: Never.

O'REILLY: You were saying, look, if you had said after that, "And I think all Americans should feel the same way that I do," that would have been an opinion.

WILLIAMS: No.

O'REILLY: This woman doesn't understand what a feeling is as opposed to an opinion.

WILLIAMS: She must not have lived in America after 9/11.
Now think about that, O'Reilly is saying that what Juan said WAS NOT an opinion, it was a feeling. Then O'Reilly claims the NPR President Vivian Schiller is stone cold dumb because she does not know the difference between a feeling and an opinion. And Juan even claims he was not giving an opinion, even though that's crazy, it is what they both claimed.

O'Reilly even called for her to resign, because he said she is not smart enough to run a media company.

O'REILLY: Vivian Schiller should resign immediately because she is simply not smart enough to run a media company, even if it is NPR. Juan Williams did nothing wrong. He was just being honest -- something NPR might strive to learn.
And now, here is the insanity from O'Reilly, after saying Juan was NOT giving an opinion, and that Vivian Schiller is stone cold dumb for saying it was an opinion, O'Reilly says it was an opinion, a sincere, honest opinion. These are his own words, from his very own transcript on foxnews.com:
O'REILLY: Look, I'm not here to assassinate Ms. Schiller's character. I think she is a coward. She could have come on here. She didn't. She fired you. She didn't talk to you. Somebody else did, an underling.

WILLIAMS: In fact, I said why can't I even come in and talk to you. I have been there 10 years. I have taken shows at that network to unprecedented heights. I have served key roles there, raised tons of money for them.

O'REILLY: She wouldn't talk to you.

WILLIAMS: She said I wouldn't even come in to talk to the assistant. I never got a word from Ms. Schiller.

O'REILLY: Now you haven't raised this. I want everybody to know Juan hasn't raised this. About a year ago, the society of Black Journalists chastised NPR for not having any black journalists. You are the only one, Williams.

WILLIAMS: I'm the only black male on the air at NPR.

O'REILLY: Now you are gone because you offered a sincere, honest opinion and you didn't celebrate the opinion. You didn't say I'm happy I feel this way.
Notice that O'Reilly said it was a sincere, honest opinion, and that Juan did not celebrate the opinion. O'Reilly not only called it an opinion, he called it an opinion 2 times. Now look at what he said 2 minutes earlier, I will show you both quotes:
O'REILLY: I mean, this woman is stone-cold dumb. I'm not saying it, with all due respect. Williams gives -- you are not allowed to give personal opinions as an NPR analyst. You are not allowed to give personal opinions. We don't want personal opinions. You weren't giving an opinion.

WILLIAMS: Never.

O'REILLY: You were saying, look, if you had said after that, "And I think all Americans should feel the same way that I do," that would have been an opinion.

WILLIAMS: No.

O'REILLY: This woman doesn't understand what a feeling is as opposed to an opinion.
Right there it is, in black and white, O'Reilly is saying Juan was NOT giving his opinion, then 2 minutes later O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: It wasn't an opinion. That's where this Schiller, do you know her by the way?

WILLIAMS: I have met her.

O'REILLY: I mean, this woman is stone-cold dumb. I'm not saying it, with all due respect. Williams gives -- you are not allowed to give personal opinions as an NPR analyst. You are not allowed to give personal opinions. We don't want personal opinions. You weren't giving an opinion.

WILLIAMS: Never.

O'REILLY: Now you are gone because you offered a sincere, honest opinion and you didn't celebrate the opinion. You didn't say I'm happy I feel this way.

WILLIAMS: No.
Wow, O'Reilly has gone off the deep end. One minute he says NPR claims they fired Juan for giving an opinion, then O'Reilly claims it was NOT an opinion, but 2 minutes later O'Reilly admits it WAS an opinion, and he even called it a sincere and honest opinion.

I know he tells so many lies he can not keep them all straight. And I have seen him lie like this before, but not 2 minutes apart. Billy, up the meds buddy, you are losing it. Not to mention he called the President on NPR stone cold dumb for saying it was an opinion, then he says it was an opinion himself, so how dumb does that make O'Reilly, double stone cold dumb?

Here is what happened folks, O'Reilly started out spinning for Juan that it was not an opinion, then later in the interview he forgot he was saying it was not an opinion, and the truth slipped out that he really knows it was an opinion. And he probably did not even understand what he did at the time.

And now you can see just how dishonest O'Reilly is, because this shows he would lie to defend someone he works with. It also shows that he would trash someone for doing something, that he also admitted was true. Because he called the woman at NPR stone cold dumb for saying what Juan said was an opinion, when he said the same thing.





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