O'Reilly Tells GOP How To Beat Obama With Scare Tactics
By: Steve - June 1, 2011 - 10:00am

Now think about this, O'Reilly tells the Democrats it is wrong to use scare tactics for political reasons, then he tells the GOP to use the very same scare tactics to beat Obama in 2012.

And the worst part is that he does this while claiming to be a non-partisan Independent who is fair to both sides. Okay, so name me one time O'Reilly has given the DNC advice on how to beat a Republican using scare tactics.

Answer: NEVER!

O'Reilly advised the GOP to explain that Obama is driven by social justice and to scare them by saying he is "pushing the country over a cliff" on his show Tuesday night. In fact, Glenn Beck and Hannity have also pushed those same talking points - revealing Fox News role as the GOP's communications arm once again.

O'Reilly has now adopted Beck's tactics, repeatedly connecting President Obama to social justice. And as he said tonight, those accusations can only help the GOP:
O'REILLY: If the Republicans want to defeat President Obama, they have to explain him to the country. Because I don't believe most of the country understands the President and how he is driven by one thing and one thing only, and that is social justice.

Above all else, that's what he wants. And in theory that's good. But in practice, it's pushing the country over the cliff. So as much as he's personable and sincere, the country's going over the cliff. And if the GOP can't make that case, it's gonna lose.
O'Reilly later added this: "I think you're going to have to scare the American people a little bit."

And that's not all, on his May 26th show O'Reilly told the GOP how to craft its Medicare messaging for 2012. His messaging advice was to call the Ryan/GOP scheme to privatize Medicare, "reforming Medicare," and pretend that it's Medicare driving our federal deficit (when in fact it's defense spending).

If that's what a non-partisan Independent journalist does, I'm Donald Trump. What O'Reilly is doing is if he works for the GOP, it's bias, and it's a violation of the rules of journalism. He is using his show to give the GOP advice on how to get their dishonest talking points out, and how to beat Obama.

And this clown has the nerve to criticize other journalists for being biased, give me a break.

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