According to reports, Fox News is about to sever all ties with legendary host Bill O’Reilly.
For weeks, fake news networks have been smearing O’Reilly, reporting that he sexually harassed former coworkers.
O'Reilly has had tremendous run. Very few in the business get to decide when and how things end. Media is most brutal of all industries…
— MATT DRUDGE (@DRUDGE) April 18, 2017
Fox News now feels pressed to let O’Reilly go, considering they went through a sexual harassment scandal last year with former CEO Roger Ailes.
The original smear story was written by the “New York Times” and it claimed that Fox News paid $13 million to 5 women to hide sexual harassment incidents.
Even the “Times” themselves admitted that “companies occasionally settle disputes that they believe have little merit because it is less risky than taking the matters to trial, which can be costly and create a string of embarrassing headlines,”
On April 11, O’Reilly took a vacation that it is believed he will not return from.
Conservative Tribune reports:
In its Tuesday report, New York magazine said Fox News patriarch Rupert Murdoch had resisted firing O’Reilly, in part because he didn’t want to be seen as giving in to a piece from The New York Times. However, Murdoch’s children, who have taken a more active role in Fox News parent News Corp. over the years, began to lean toward firing O’Reilly.
One factor that could influence the decision is an attempt by News Corp. to buy British pay-TV provider Sky. In May, British regulatory body Ofcom will decide whether the Murdoch-led company is “fit and proper” to own the massive provider.
A previous attempt by News Corp. to purchase Sky was withdrawn in 2011 after the News of the World hacking scandal came to light.
It’s too bad O’Reilly will fall victim to the liberal media. There is no proof that any of this took place and O’Reilly is being thrown under the bus because of his commitment to telling the truth and calling the left out for their nonsense.
O’Reilly, your unbiased broadcasting will be missed.