O’Reilly Speaks Out in First T.V Interview Since Firing: It Was a Hit Job “Manufactured by Media Matters” (VIDEO)

Bill O’Reilly spoke with Matt Lauer of  The Today Show on Tuesday for his first T.V. interview since his April firing.

O’Reilly said to Lauer about his firing, “If you look at the totality, this was a hit job. A political and financial hit job.”

As the Gateway Pundit previously reported, the Murdoch family fired Bill O’Reilly in April – the top personality on cable news for the past 15 years.

James and Lachlan Murdoch, two committed leftists, have a much different vision than their father for the FOX News channel.


The new FOX News will not include Bill O’Reilly. In fact, the Murdoch family did not even allow Bill to say good-bye to his friends and millions of fans.

They wiped Bill O’Reilly’s name from “The Factor” immediately.

Bill made them billions. The Murdoch family did not even let him say goodbye.

O’Reilly told Glenn Beck in a May radio interview his firing was in part the result of a coordinated attack by paid far left activists linked to George Soros.
On Tuesday, O’Reilly maintained his innocence against the many sexual harassment claims that led him to lose his job at Fox News.
O’Reilly said that there is no ‘smoking gun’ proving he is guilty.
“In 42 years, I’ve been in this business. I’ve worked for 12 companies. Not any time have I had any interaction with HR, any complaints filed against me,” O’Reilly said.


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