…by Jonas E. Alexis
Bill O’Reilly’s firing at Fox News was long overdue. He can shout. He can scream. He can yell at opponents. But he needed a teleprompter to do all that. He cannot function without one. Bill was also making millions of dollars every year to report fake news. In 2013, he said on his Fox News program:
“I was in a situation one time in a war zone in Argentina in the Falklands where my photographer got run down and hit his head and was bleeding from the ear on the concrete and the army was chasing us and I had to make a decision and I dragged him off…”
The fact is that “The closest O’Reilly ever got to the Falklands was Buenos Aires, about 1,200 miles away.” In other words, Bill lied. But he has a history of producing blatant lies and colossal hoaxes. When he was challenged about the statement above, he said: “I was not on the Falkland Islands and I never said I was.”
Bill again said he once was in Buenos Aires where soldiers “were just gunning these people down, shooting them down in the streets” with “real bullets.” That was another fabrication.
“Lots of reporters were there, and as one former fellow CBS staffer of O’Reilly put it, ‘Not only didn’t I hear any shots, I didn’t see any ambulances ….
“All of the things you’d expect to see if anybody had been shot.’ O’Reilly countered that by posting what he called “the video.” But it depicted no shootings, nor was there any mention in the voiceover. Not even references to ‘fake bullets.’ That’s the best he could do.”
O’Reilly was a quintessential NWO prostitute and whore on Fox News. He was making $18 million a year and was worth $85 million. In other words, sign Bill a check for a million dollars and he will say really crazy things. For example, fantastically declared that Adolf Hitler “has a deep hatred for Americans.”
But Bill had to propound crazy things like that because he thought he could get away with it. Not anymore, Bill. You’re fired.
 Michael Fumento, “From the Archives: Bill O’Reilly Disgraces War Reporting,” American Conservative, March 4, 2015
 Bill O’Reilly, Killing Patton (New York: Henry Holt, 2014), 31.
 For an extensive historical account on similar issues, see David Irving, Hitler’s War and the War Path (London: Focal Point, 1991); R. H. S. Stolfi, Hitler: Beyond Evil and Tyranny (New York: Prometheus Books, 2011).