When it comes to sexual deviance, David Letterman is an example of liberal hypocrisy.
Liberals get away with murder, literally.
As long as you’re a liberal, the media will give you a pass… a “Get out of jail, free” card.
No matter what. Rape. Murder. Substance abuse.
It makes no difference, as long as you’re a liberal.
Bill O’Reilly goes on vacation amid sponsor backlash.
The leftist media can’t help themselves, “It’s time to stick it to Bill.”
Wendy Walsh, a former regular guest on “The O’Reilly Factor,” alleges that O’Reilly did not follow through on securing a job for her after she refused to join him in his hotel suite in 2013.
This will amount to nothing more than a “He said, She said,” set of allegations with no crime being committed.
Did Wendy Walsh know for certain why Mr, O’Reilly invited her up to his suite back in 2013?
Why are we hearing about this now?
The Boston Globe
By Lynn Elber
April, 12, 201i
LOS ANGELES — Bill O’Reilly is taking a vacation from his Fox News Channel show amid sponsor defections triggered by sexual harassment allegations.
Announcing the break at the end of Tuesday’s show, O’Reilly made a point of saying it was planned and long in the works. He said he will return April 24.
Come on, if the blond bombshell had anything on O’Reilly why didn’t she go to the police?
Around this time of year, “I grab some vacation because it’s spring and Easter time. Last fall, I booked a trip that should be terrific,” he said.
But O’Reilly, cable TV news’ most popular personality, hasn’t been abandoned by his audience.
His show averaged 3.7 million viewers over five nights last week, up 12 percent from the 3.3 million he averaged the week before and up 28 percent compared to the same week in 2016.
“O’Reilly Factor” drew an average of just under 4 million viewers for the first three months of 2017, his biggest quarter ever in the show’s 20-year history.
On Tuesday, the host offered his audience some general advice.
“If you can possibly take two good trips a year, it will refresh your life.
We all need R&R. Put it to good use,” O’Reilly said.