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

Bill O'Reilly blames the

Bill O'Reilly blames the"far left for his firing from Fox News

Deposed Fox News star Bill O'Reilly hinted in a radio interview Friday that he will take legal action against groups that he claimed engineered his ouster from the network last month.

During the interview on TheBlaze's "The Glenn Beck Program", O'Reilly said, "This was a hit". Now he isn't just lying about American history or about the Bible, or even about his own personal history, he's also lying in order to defend Bill O'Reilly and dismiss allegations of sexual harassment. "When I was at Fox News, as you'll remember, I did "George Soros the puppet master, ' because we had received what we felt was a serious threat to life from one of George Soros" intimate surogates".

"Conservative media outlets are circling the former Fox News Channel ratings king in the hope of creating a potent competitor to Fox News Channel", said the New York Daily News. "I've gotta do it in a way where we don't make any mistakes, and we will".

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After O'Reilly told Beck he "couldn't get specific", because "there's a lot of legality here", suggesting that lawsuit might be forthcoming, Beck asked if he'd "come on" and explain what he meant, or if it would "be explained in other venues". "It's not going to happen anymore to me". "We're accumulating information and someday it will all be clear".

The 67-year-old broadcaster, considered by many to have been the face of Fox News, revealed that he first learned of his firing from his attorneys.

After Beck joked that he wasn't helping O'Reilly's blood pressure and segued to the subject of White House leaks, O'Reilly brought up the negative coverage surrounding Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey - and, again, blamed the media. The messaging is always the problem ... We're going to name them, and it will be a big story. "To get a compliment, anybody else would say, 'Oh, thank you!, that's very kind of you'". That's what the NY Times wants to do ...

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