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Where Are Bill O'Reilly & The GOP On Gas Prices Now
By: Steve - November 29, 2015 - 10:00am

Remember when gas prices were over $3.00 a gallon about a year and a half ago in May of 2014, the average price was $3.68 a gallon. Bill O'Reilly and the Republicans went nuts, they talked almost every day about the high gas prices and how it was all Obama's fault. O'Reilly did numerous talking points memos and full segments on it, and he mentioned it almost every day, as a measure of how bad a President Obama was.

Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, the Republican party, and all the Republicans running for President made a career out of slamming Obama for the high gas prices. It was non-stop 24/7 attacks on Obama as if he were to blame for the high gas prices.

Now it's a whole different story in November of 2015, gas prices are under $2.00 a gallon, yes I said under $2.00 a gallon. As of today gas is $1.68 a gallon here in East Peoria Illinois. But O'Reilly, the Republicans, and the Republicans running for President are silent, not a word. They are silent because they can not use the price of gas as a dishonest political tool to attack President Obama.

And Bill O'Reilly is as guilty of it as anyone in the Republican party, even though he claims to not be one of them (when we know he is) and he uses the exact same attacks and talking points the Republicans use.

The fact of the matter is, the president has little control over gas prices, and any politician who says otherwise is lying through their dishonest teeth. This is about the stunning hypocrisy from Republican and right-wing media detractors over the volatile price of gas during the Obama and Bush administrations.

During the summer of 2008, when Bush was still in office, the average cost of a gallon of gas was over 4 dollars, which is the high mark for gas prices under the Bush and the Obama administrations.

Point that out to your favorite Bush-loving, Obama-hating friend and be prepared to argue. They will say there is no way the prices were higher under Bush than they have been under that socialist commie tree-hugging Obama. That is what they say. But they are wrong, and the facts are on your side.

The Bush Recession started in the fall of 2008, with Bush still in office, this crashed the U.S. economy. So then gas prices crashed, the same way the housing and stock markets crashed. So while it is technically correct that gas prices were low when President Obama stepped into the White House, they were only at that level thanks to the economic crash at the end of the Bush administration.

Now Guess who was not blaming President Bush for the record high gas prices during the summer of 2008?

If you guessed Republicans, Fox News, and Bill O'Reilly, you are right on all three counts.

According to them, it was market forces at work, and if we were to start riding bicycles to work instead of driving our 10 mpg Suburbans, then the prices would fall. Not a word was said about drilling for oil on federally owned land, building pipelines, or President Bush forcing the prices higher so Americans could demand green energy as an alternative to using gas.

O'Reilly even said it was a crisis, but never once blamed it on Bush:

Fast forward to 2012, when prices were high again, approaching four bucks per gallon. But instead of George W. Bush, President Obama is in office. Was Bill O'Reilly and the rest of the GOP/Fox News gang busy scolding Americans for driving gas-guzzling SUVs to work instead of furiously peddling Schwinns down America's beltways? Of course not, because Obama was in office.

And that was not the only time O'Reilly blamed President Obama for high gas prices, or was he the only member of the Fox News/GOP gang doing so back in 2012.

House Majority Leader John Boehner urged his colleagues to use the rising gas prices against the Obama administration, citing the lack of an energy policy and blaming environmentalists for it.

Then there was Mr. 47%, Mitt Romney, who has earned a reputation for playing both sides of the fence rather deftly, simultaneously blaming President Obama for high gas prices while sidestepping a pledge to bring down prices to a certain level had he won the 2012 presidential election.

Tea Party darling Allen West even wrote a sarcastic article that he would prefer to be jettisoned at this point. West mocked the fact that the price of gas had dropped four cents to a still-high $3.67 per gallon and insinuated that the high prices were all President Obama's fault.

After all, if West and his cohorts are going to blame the president for high gas prices, should they not give him credit when the prices drop? What's fair is fair, after all, even as we acknowledge that President Obama doesn't deserve credit for the low cost of gas any more than he was to blame for the past high prices.

And that is my main point, when gas prices were high O'Reilly and the GOP blamed Obama, but when they are low, they go silent and do not give him credit for the low prices. He can not be to blame for high prices, if he is also to blame for low prices.

But O'Reilly and the GOP only slam him when prices are high, to score cheap political points, when they know they are being dishonest. But when prices drop to record lows they say nothing, and do not give Obama credit for the low prices.

O'Reilly is a dishonest right-wing fraud, and he uses the right-wing talking points lies put out by the GOP as if he is a Republican member of Congress. Then he denies he uses them, as he is using them, word for word. And he hopes someone will believe him when he says he is not a Republican and never uses their talking points.

Well I am here to tell him that nobody believes anything he says, but the but the 2.5 to 3.2 million fools who watch his dishonest and biased show. To the rest of the country and the world, Bill O'Reilly is a dishonest and biased right-wing hack.

In fact, I get emails all the time from people in foreign countries asking me how we let the lying O'Reilly have a show on the air here when all he does is lie. I write them back and tell them he has free speech and he has a right to lie, and I tell them not to worry about him because only 1% of Americans watch his garbage, so he is just preaching to his own believers.

O'Reilly claims to be fair and balanced, to be a non-partisan Independent with a no spin zone, and it's all a lie, it's a meaningless slogan. There is not a word you can trust on the Factor, from the average Republican, or any Fox News host. In other words, don't hold your breath waiting for them to give Obama any credit for the low gas prices, or the economy, or jobs, or health care, etc.

Fox Analyst Slams Trump For Lies About Muslims In NY On 9/11
By: Steve - November 29, 2015 - 9:00am

He pretty much admits Trump is lying, and says the reason they fact-check him is because he lies a lot, and this is coming from a Republican who works for Fox News.

Fox's Stephen Hayes Blasts Trump's False Claim That Thousands Of Muslims Celebrated 9/11

Hayes: "The Reason Donald Trump Is Fact Checked...Is Because He Says Things That Are Factually Not True"

Partial transcript:

STEPHEN HAYES: I think people are looking for moral clarity and they're looking for somebody who is not sort of living their life or having these arguments in the nuances. And if that describes anybody, it describes Donald Trump. Unfortunately I think in situations like this, you know, he's fact checked for a reason. He's fact checked because he got the facts wrong.

There were not, in fact, thousands and thousands of people in Jersey City cheering. And the The Washington Post article that he tweeted out doesn't actually support that contention. It's a different thing altogether.

Now that doesn't mean that there weren't maybe these tailgate parties, although the author of the The Washington Post story at the time has started to walk that back a little bit. But, the reason Donald Trump is fact checked as often as he is, is because he says things that are factually not true. That's part of the problem.


Now when Hayes says Trump says things that are factually not true, it is a kind way of saying Trump is a liar who tells a lot of lies. And that is backed up by facts, the non-partisan fact-checking website politifact has looked at a bunch of statements Trump has made and they say only 7% of what he says is true.

No GOP Presidential Candidates Have Responded To The Planned Parenthood Shooting
By: Steve - November 28, 2015 - 11:50am

Not a one, but if Obama and the Democrats do not respond instantly to terrorism by Muslims, the very same GOP candidates slam them for it. This is terrorism by a white man at an abortion clinic, and the GOP candidates are silent.

24 hours after a gunman went on a shooting rampage at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado, only two presidential candidates have issued statements expressing support for either the three victims or the women's health organization.

Of the candidates running for President, only former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) have put out public statements in response to the massacre, which lasted approximately five hours and resulted in the deaths of one police officer and two civilians.

As of Saturday afternoon, none of the 14 Republican candidates had mentioned the shooting.

But, some candidates tweeted about other topics as details of the shooting unfolded Friday evening. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), for example, sent out a tweet about his campaign merchandise. Donald Trump tweeted about his polling numbers and how he "cannot be bought."

Shortly after the shooting suspect was apprehended, Trump also released a statement insulting a New York Times reporter he had made fun of earlier in the week. The reporter suffers from a physical disability, but nothing about the abortion clinic shooting in Colorado.

President Obama weighed in early Saturday, angrily decrying the frequency with which mass shootings have occurred in recent years and calling for legislative action on gun control.

"This is not normal. We can't let it become normal. If we truly care about this -- if we're going to offer up our thoughts and prayers again, for God knows how many times, with a truly clean conscience -- then we have to do something about the easy accessibility of weapons of war on our streets to people who have no business wielding them. Period. Enough is enough," he said.

"May God bless Officer Garrett Swasey and the Americans he tried to save -- and may He grant the rest of us the courage to do the same thing."

Bill O'Reilly has also not said anything about it, he did not put out a statement or call in to any Fox shows to slam the shooter, and Fox News barely covered the shooting. They reported on it for a little while then cut away and went back to their regular programming, while CNN and MSNBC covered it much longer.

And btw, Bill O'Reilly is a far-right pro-life nut who is opposed to all abortions and supports the GOP 100% on the abortion issue for religious reasons, he even calls abortion killing babies, when he knows that is a lie and that the Supreme Court ruled an abortion is not killing a baby. They ruled it is not a baby until after it could live on it's own outside the womb, which O'Reilly and the right disagree with.

They argue that all abortions are killing babies, even though the law says it is not, and they are the very same people who claim we must follow the laws or we have chaos. They also claim to believe in freedom and yet, they try to tell a woman what to do with her body, and tell her if she can have a child or not, when that is not freedom and it is none of their business.

More Chicago Cop Shooting Info O'Reilly Has Ignored
By: Steve - November 28, 2015 - 11:30am

Here is more to the story of the Chicago cop shooting the black kid 16 times, and of course Bill O'Reilly has not reported any of it, while slamming blacks for being black and getting shot by the police.

Burger King Manager Told Grand Jury Of Gap In Laquan McDonald Video

Minutes after 17 year old Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times by Officer Jason Van Dyke on a Southwest Side street, several police officers entered a Burger King located just yards from where the teen fell, demanding to view the restaurant's password-protected surveillance video, Jay Darshane, a district manager for the fast-food chain, told the Tribune this week.

When the police left the restaurant almost two hours later, the video had an 86-minute gap that included when McDonald was shot, according to Darshane.

The equipment had been in perfect working order for weeks before the shooting, Darshane said. But the next morning, Burger King discovered the 86-minute gap when investigators with the Independent Police Review Authority, which investigates police shootings, sought to make a DVD copy of the surveillance video.

Missing was any footage from 9:13 p.m. to 10:39 p.m., Darshane said.

When the video system kicked back on, it recorded two police officers in the Burger King office who appeared to be looking at something on the monitor over and over, according to Michael Robbins, an attorney representing McDonald's family.

None of this was ever mentioned by Fox News, or Bill O'Reilly. It shows corruption and obstruction of justice, by the police. And O'Reilly ignores it all, proving his bias and his lack of journalism ethics.

Chicago Protester Tells Hannity Why They Protest Cops Shooting Blacks
By: Steve - November 28, 2015 - 11:00am

Protester: "It Becomes A Problem When You Can't Even Call 911 And Feel Like You're Safe"

Think about it, how would you feel if you were scared to call 911 because you are afraid you might do something wrong in the cops view, and be killed by the very same police you called to help you. That is a real fear a lot of blacks have, and the a-hole right-wing nut Sean Hannity even admitted the guy makes a good point.

He also makes another good point, crime is going to happen almost everywhere, and there is a big difference in a citizen shooting another citizen, from the police shooting citizens, who they are paid with taxpayer money to protect. And the cops do not even get fired, the cop in chicago who shot the black kid was not even fired, they kept the video secret and paid the cop his salary until a week ago.

Here is the video:

Partial transcript:

SEAN HANNITY: Hey Mike, I have a question for your guest. Can I ask a question?

MIKE TOBIN: Go ahead, Sean.

HANNITY: I want to ask him. There have been 818 murders in Chicago from 2014 through November 2015. We've had 4,224 people shot, shooting incidents in Chicago in that time frame. Ask him if he can name one person who was shot or one person who was killed.

MIKE TOBIN: Well, someone in New York, Sean Hannity, is asking, of all the people who have been gunned down in the streets of Chicago, gang violence, black on black violence, other than Tyshawn Lee, can you name anyone?

BRENDAN GLOVER (PROTESTER): I go by basically what I see on the news. The most disturbing thing I've seen this summer was the Tyshawn Lee situation. For that to be a child and for somebody to do that is very disturbing. This situation strikes home to me with Laquan because that could have been me, my little brother, one of my friends. And the fact that we don't feel safe with the police around, they're here to serve and protect. And the fact that I don't feel safe around police, it's disturbing.

TOBIN: Essentially the question he's getting to is why is there not the outrage when there's black on black violence?

GLOVER: Because crime is going to happen, wherever you go. Crime happens. And the people that are here to serve and protect are a part of that problem. So it becomes a problem when you can't even call 911 and feel like you're safe to protect you from people that are committing crimes. That's the point I'm try to make.

TOBIN: Thank you. I thank you for making the point. That's one of the distinctions we've heard from people like Mr. Glover here is there's a difference when you have someone who is paid by your taxes to protect and serve and that person is out there charged now for doing something quite heinous, Sean.

HANNITY: That's a good distinction. I'll say that.


Hannity wanted the protester to name one person who was shot or one person who was killed in Chicago from 2014 to 2015. Which is just insane, what does that have to do with anything. How would he know that information, or why should he, if the media does not report it and he does not see that reporting he would not have a clue who was shot or killed in the city he lives in.

I do not watch the local media, or much of the national media, so I would not have a clue what the name is of anyone killed in the city I live in. And what the hell does that have to do with white cops shooting and killing black men and black kids?

What does that have to do with a white cop putting 16 bullets in a 17 year old black kid, when 8 other cops were already on the scene and they did not shoot anyone, not one shot was fired by anyone but one cop. The question Hannity asked is ridiculous, and has nothing to do with the story of blacks protesting white cops who keep killing them.

Crazy Ben Carson Does Not Believe There Are Police Racial Problems
By: Steve - November 28, 2015 - 10:00am

This alone proves he can not admit reality, which is not the kind of person who should ever be the President, or hold any elected office.

Speaking to a bipartisan group of black lawmakers and community leaders on Saturday, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said he has yet to see evidence that black men and women are being disproportionately targeted by law enforcement.

During the 2020 Club's Presidential Justice Forum at Allen University, a historically black university in Columbia, South Carolina, Carson said that he's not convinced that there are racial biases in policing or that law enforcement singles out African Americans.

"I'm not aware of a lot of cases where a police officer comes up to someone like you and says 'Hey, I don't like you. I'm going to shoot you,'" he said to moderator Jeff Johnson from Black Entertainment Television. "I'm still waiting for the evidence."

Johnson quickly responded: "I'll show you the Tamir Rice tape," to loud applause from the black audience.

Rice's death is just one recent example of systematic biases within police departments. Studies conducted in labs show that police are considerably slower to press the don't shoot button for an unarmed black man than they are for an unarmed white man.

They are also faster to shoot an armed black man than an armed white man. And recent evidence shows that police in departments across the country are more likely to stop and approach black members of the community.

When presented with evidence of these biases, Carson appeared to change his tone, saying that police who kill unarmed black men should be swiftly brought to justice. But he could not name any policies he'd promote as president to change the systematic violence inflicted by police against black people.

"Whenever something like that happens, there must be swift justice," he said when asked what he'd do about the fact that more than 30 unarmed black men and women have been killed by police this year. "If there is a situation where you have a rogue policeman who does something like that, that needs to be publicized and they need to be punished to the severest extent of the law."

When pressed by a reporter about what policies he'd push to prevent the recurrence of police violence, whether it's body cameras or improved police training, he refused to name concrete proposals.

"One policy that I would encourage is whenever an instance like this happens, the very fact that I've only heard about one of them but there's a whole bunch of them you're saying, that's wrong," he said. "We should all know about this and they should be made into a big deal, not only for the community but for the police department."

"When you are given the authority and you are given a gun, that carries a tremendous responsibility and anybody who abuses that should be the dredge of the earth," he continued.

So let me get this straight, because Carson claims to be clueless about racism by white cops against blacks and he says he has only heard about one case, that means he would do nothing to stop it? That is the dumbest argument I have ever heard from anyone, and this guy wants to be the President, now that's funny.

Someone should ask Carson this, because you do not know about the thousands of fires that burn houses down every year, does that mean you would not have fire departments? It's ridiculous, and Carson is a joke. If anyone votes for this fool you are insane.

Activists with Black Lives Matter have been attempting to make victims of police shootings become well-known names. But Carson has disparaged the group, calling it silly and sickening.

When asked about the movement during Saturday's Q&A, he said activists should really be focusing on the black lives that are lost at abortion clinics. Which totally ignores the whole story of white police abusing their power and being racists to blacks, while also not answering the question.

O'Reilly's All White Panel Claims Black Men Are The Problem
By: Steve - November 27, 2015 - 11:00am

After an officer accused of fatally shooting a Chicago teen 16 times in October 2014 was charged with first-degree murder Tuesday, O'Reilly does a segment on the Factor with all white guests. Do they slam the cop, or the police department for hiding the video for over a year, and slam the cop for racism.

Haha, are you kidding me, this is Bill O'Reilly. Instead of doing what an honest journalist would do, he has an all white panel on to claim black men are to blame, for what? I guess being black.

The segment should have been about a white cop murdering a black kid, instead O'Reilly used it to claim all black men are out of control, and not one black guest was on to debate it.

Hey O'Reilly, where is that fair and balanced no spin zone you speak of, how is that fair or balanced, or a no spin zone.

And btw, here is a fact O'Reilly never once mentioned. The city has paid $5 million to the McDonald family, before they even filed a lawsuit. That is taxpayer money folks, your money. And yet, O'Reilly has no outrage about that, and no mention of it.

Instead he says the problem is black men, not the racist white cops who kill black kids and men. And he does this while claiming to be a fair and balanced Independent. It's a joke, and O'Reilly is a fraud.

Hours after Chicago police released video of an officer shooting Laquan McDonald, Bill O'Reilly hosted an all white right-wing Fox News panel to focus on two cases that he said proved black on white crime was the real "problem."

Even though stats show that 81% of crime is white on white and black on black, O'Reilly even pointed that out in a Trump segment last week, and yet, he still does a dishonest segment claiming the real problem is black on white crime, which is not just wrong, it's laughable.

O'Reilly said this: "The group Black Lives Matter has gained traction among the left in America by saying the American system is out to punish black people. At the same time, violent crime generated by African-Americans is an enormous social problem."

O'Reilly also said this: "African-American young males -- I think it's between 15 and 24 -- commit way out of proportion crime to every other group," the Fox News host told contributors Lis Wiehl and Kimberly Guilfoyle.

"So Black Lives Matter, they run around and say American society is punishing and stalking young black men when the reality is young black men are doing far more damage than the police in Chicago."

Although O'Reilly said that he wasn't justifying police shootings in Chicago and Minneapolis, he did not mention Laquan McDonald, Jamar Clark or the details of their cases. That's right, no mention of the actual story of the cop shooting, or any details, just a biased one sided segment when the 3 white Republicans attack all blacks for being the problem.

O'Reilly also never mentioned the cops refused to release the video for over a year, or that 8 other cops were already on the scene (who did not shoot anyone) when the cop who did the shooting showed up and unloaded his entire clip on the kid.

"But the horrendous situation in Chicago and Los Angeles and here in New York in some areas is generated by blacks," he insisted. "Most programs won't do this type of report. It is a complete double standard."

The story is about a bad cop who murdered a young black kid, when he could have tackled the kid, or used his training to restrain him, instead he put 16 bullets in the kid, and was charged with murder, but O'Reilly never talked about any of that.

"When you have blacks that are killing this poor white woman, there's no Black Lives Matter coming after them!" Wiehl exclaimed.

"Because this doesn't match their singular focus," Guilfoyle agreed. "There's hypocrisy there, and they are essentially espousing hate against police officers." "That's exactly right," Wiehl replied.

"I almost think they are inciting violence to the point of hate crime. When they're coming out and saying pigs in a blanket and all that, they're trying to incite that violence. If that escalates, that's a hate crime."

Which is just ridiculous, and an argument a 4 year old would make. Protesting police abuse and murder is not a hate crime, and it's not even close.

O'Reilly, Guilfoyle, and Wiehl are just biased fools, and their distraction reporting is laughable. They ignore the actual story, change the subject, and report on an unrelated and isolated black on white crime that has nothing to do with a cop (who is working on taxpayer money and sworn to protect and serve) killing a black teenage kid.

O'Reilly also ignored the fact that the cop has numerous abuse charges in his past, or the fact that the city also paid out $530,000 in another case with the same cop, for police abuse. So this one cop has cost the taxpayers and the city $5.5 million dollars in lawsuit payouts, and they let him keep his job.

This segment was so ridiculous, I can not believe O'Reilly even did it. All the rest of the media (the real media) reported on the story of racism and police abuse, a story of a white cop being charged with murder for killing a young black kid, that's the story. O'Reilly ignores all that, no details, nothing, instead he claims the blacks are the problem.

It's not only bad journalism, it's racist bias, and he did it with an all white Republican panel. Which is a violation of the rules and ethics of journalism at the Society of Professional Journalists, a journalism union that O'Reilly claims to be a member of and go by their rules, and he even complains about similar violations when other journalists at MSNBC and CNN violate the same rule.

Republican Leader Will Not Say If People On Terror Watch List Should Get Guns
By: Steve - November 27, 2015 - 10:00am

Now this is crazy, the new Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan will not say if he thinks people on the terrorist watch list should be able to buy guns in America, that is how far up the rear end Republicans are with the NRA. They are ok with possible terrorists buying guns, because if they opposed it they would make the NRA mad at them.

WASHINGTON (AP) -- People on the U.S. government's terrorist watch list often can't board commercial airliners, but they can walk into a gun store and legally buy pistols and powerful military-style rifles.

Sensing a political opening from last week's Paris attacks, Democrats are renewing calls for Congress to pass legislation aimed at preventing terrorists from buying guns. Similar bills -- including a post-9/11 measure backed by the Justice Department under Republican President George W. Bush -- have been stymied for years, thanks in large part to opposition from gun-rights groups and congressional Republicans.

According to a March analysis by the Government Accountability Office, people on the FBI's Terrorist Watchlist successfully passed the background check required to purchase firearms more than 90 percent of the time, with more than 2,043 approvals between 2004 and 2014.

The FBI is notified when a background check for the purchase of firearms or explosives generates a match with the watch list, and agents often use that information to step up surveillance on terror suspects. Under current federal law, however, association with a terrorist organization does not prohibit a person from possessing firearms or explosives.

About 420,000 people are on the list administered by the FBI's Terrorist Screening Center, though only about 2 percent of those are U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents legally able to buy guns.

The new Democratic push, which is considered unlikely to succeed in the GOP-controlled Congress, is focused on legislation by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., that would let the attorney general compile a list of known and suspected terrorists.

Federally licensed gun dealers would be barred from selling firearms to them, just as they are already prohibited from sales to people with felony convictions or serious mental illnesses. The proposed legislation would not prevent transactions that don't involve licensed dealers, such as those between private individuals at gun shows or many sales online, which don't currently involve background checks.

Feinstein introduced her bill in February, well before the mass killings in Paris injected new life into terrorism and public safety as top-tier political issues. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attacks.

Feinstein's bill echoes legislation that the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., proposed repeatedly over the last decade. Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., has also long pushed the same legislation to no avail.

Republicans took advantage of voters newly aroused security concerns this week, when they easily pushed legislation through the House preventing Syrian and Iraqi refugees from entering the U.S. until the administration tightens restrictions on their entry.

That issue put Democrats on the defensive. Forty-seven of them voted for the bill, ignoring a veto threat by President Barack Obama, who said the current screening system is already strong and accused Republicans of fanning fear among worried voters.

Democrats are hoping to turn the political tables on Republicans by focusing the debate instead on terrorists access to guns.

"I think this is a no-brainer," said Feinstein, a longtime gun control supporter. "If you're too dangerous to board a plane, you're too dangerous to buy a gun."

The GOP-run House has not held any votes on major gun control measures since the killings of 26 children and adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012.

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., did not respond directly when asked Thursday if he favored barring people on the watch list from buying guns, saying, "We are just beginning this process of reassessing all of our security stances."

The National Rifle Association signaled this week it will oppose Feinstein's bill, as it did those before it.

More Facts About The Chicago Protests O'Reilly Has Ignored
By: Steve - November 26, 2015 - 11:00am

Marchers took to the streets of Chicago Tuesday night, protesting the death of Laquan McDonald. McDonald, a 17-year-old black man, was shot 16 times by Officer Jason Van Dyke in October 2014, but video of his death was only released Tuesday, the same day Van Dyke was charged with first-degree murder. In general, the protests seem to have remained calm. Police said there were few scuffles and fewer arrests.

So let's get to the heart of this protest, which O'Reilly never talks about. The official account of McDonald's shooting, published the day after he died in the Chicago Tribune, turned out to be almost completely contradicted by the video, in other words, the cops lied about how it happened, and when the video was released we saw the truth.

Then, police and city authorities stonewalled the release of the video of McDonald, making it public only when ordered to do so by a judge, something else O'Reilly never reported. While the contents of the video had been known for some time, a prosecutor announced the first-degree murder charge only Tuesday, hours before the video went public.

This is exactly what happened in Baltimore after the death of Freddie Gray: Police tried, and largely failed, to calm people who had lost all faith in their probity. So far, the Windy City protests have been more controlled than their counterparts in Charm City. But in other ways, Chicago authorities seem to have learned surprisingly little from what happened in Baltimore this spring.

It took 400 days for authorities to take any action more concrete than suspending Van Dyke. They fought tooth and nail against the release of the video. While Van Dyke was suspended from police duties after the shooting, his pay only stopped on Tuesday.

"What happened here is wrong. There is no justification and it's profoundly hideous, in my view," Emanuel said during a short call with ministers on Monday. "And it's a shock to your conscience of what happened, and it should not have happened."

"Jason Van Dyke violated both the standards of professionalism that come from being a police officer, but also basic moral standards that bind our community together," Emanuel said during his press conference on Wednesday. "Jason Van Dyke will be judged in a court of law. That's exactly how it should be."

Meanwhile, the focus on Van Dyke's actions skips over the extent to which McDonald's death, while horrifying in its own right, has become a symbol of a much longer and broader critique of the Chicago Police Department. "Jason Van Dyke does not represent the police department," Emanuel said, but many activists very clearly believe that he does, and they bring a long series of damning statistics and stories to make that case. As Matt Ford wrote Tuesday:
In perhaps the most notorious case, Chicago police commander Jon Burge and his unit used torture to extract confessions from more than 200 defendants over a three-decade span between 1972 and 1991. Some of those defendants received death sentences as a result of their coercion, and the ensuing scandal led Illinois Governor George Ryan to commute the state’s entire death row in 2003.

In April, activists successfully convinced the Chicago City Council to create a $5.5 million reparations fund for victims of police torture. More recently, The Guardian reported that Chicago police officers held over 7,000 people at an "off-the-books interrogation warehouse" at Homan Square over the past decade.
A recent study found that officers were very seldom disciplined despite many citizen complaints. Those statistics, of course, only became public after a long legal battle that the city resisted. Of 400 police shootings since 2007, the city's independent review board found only one to be unjustified. And that doesn't even get into the thorny questions specific to the McDonald case, like the deletion of Burger King security-camera footage.

One other difference between how Chicago and Baltimore have handled their cases is that, in Baltimore, prosecutor Marilyn Mosby moved swiftly to bring an unusually strong set of charges against six officers involved in Freddie Gray's death. Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez did bring what is reportedly the only first-degree murder charge against an on-duty Chicago cop in 35 years, but it also came after 400 days. She, too, is coming in for harsh criticism for her slow pace.

It's surprising that despite watching similar protests unfold in Baltimore other cities, Emanuel seems to underestimate the depth of the anger that has built up against the police department. It's much less surprising that activists don't believe the official story about Malcolm London's arrest.

This is why there are protests, not just the murder of one black kid, it's about a pattern of abuse by white cops against blacks in Chicago, but you never hear any of this from O'Reilly. Because he does not want you to know all the facts, he just wants you to know the cherry picked information he wants you to see.

That is not journalism, it's one sided bias. Journalism is reporting all the facts and giving both sided equal time to tell their story. O'Reilly only gives you partial facts, and one side of the story, with an all white panel of Fox employees who are simply on the show to agree with him to make it look like he is right.

Right-Wing Media Try To Cover Up Trumps Muslim Database Comments
By: Steve - November 26, 2015 - 10:00am

Donald Trump is essentially nothing more than a live version of a far-right blog running for president. He is a cartoonish political figure who's so absurd you could take many of his quotes word for word and make comedy sketches on SNL out of them. Now I do not find him all that offensive (though he is to a lot of people, especially Mexicans and Women) because his rhetoric is so far out there I can not take him seriously.

Let's look at the recent controversy surrounding his support for setting up databases to register and track Muslims. Or, wait… did he actually say that? Well, predictably, Trump took to Twitter to deny that he ever said he supports creating a database to track Muslims.

His excuse for not saying it is that the reporter asked him about it and he simply replied to the question. So, yes, technically he never said the exact words, "I support setting up a database to register and track Muslims." Someone should remind Trump you don't have to literally say something to have implied meaning.

Especially when a reporter specifically asked him about supporting databases for Muslims and his response was this: "There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases."

So he not only supports databases, he wants to go beyond that. Now he could have simply said no, but he didn't. He said beyond databases. So, how would he not support databases when he said he was going to go beyond them?

How would someone go beyond something that they supposedly don't support?

Later that day he was asked to clarify his remarks, specifically concerning how his database registry for Muslims would be any different than what the Nazis did to the Jews -- and he avoided answering the question. He didn't say that was ludicrous or try to clarify what he meant. He avoided answering a very specific question -- a question that he clearly understood.

But to listen to the conservative media (mostly Fox) embarrassingly go out of their way to try to coverup his comments, you would think this was all something liberals just made up. I have even seen conservatives lie that he was only talking about illegal immigrants -- even though the initial question from the Yahoo reporter specifically asked about a Muslim database.

Trump was then asked how he thinks a database would actually work and his response was it's all about management. He also went on to say that we're going to have to do things that we've never had to do that might upset some people.

Which is code for: Violate the constitution and people rights, and if you elect Trump he will manage it like the great businessman he is.

Trump also said this: "We're going to have to do things that we never did before. And some people are going to be upset about it, but I think that now everybody is feeling that security is going to rule. And certain things will be done that we never thought would happen in this country in terms of information and learning about the enemy. And so we're going to have to do certain things that were frankly unthinkable a year ago."

Now that sure as hell does not sound like he's talking about illegal immigration -- as many within the conservative media tried to claim. Breitbart whined that liberals were smearing Trump as a Nazi, even though in their very own article they include comments he made to CNN where, once again, he refused to condemn the idea of a database to register Muslims.

In fact, they also link an update from The Washington Post where Trump's campaign refused to address whether or not he would support a special registry. So, while they clearly tried to bash the so-called liberal media, their own article showcases several examples where Trump continues to imply he supports a database and registry for Muslims.

Then there was The Daily Wire which also denied Trump said anything about registering Muslims into a database. They defended him by essentially saying he's an idiot who just makes stuff up as he goes along if he doesn't know how to answer a question:

To understand what Trump actually said, it's necessary to understand that Trump is essentially a Magic 8 ball when it comes to answering media questions without full information. Trump's 2016 slogan is "Make America Great Again," but his secondary slogan could be, "Wing It With The Donald."

His go-to answer when he's asked questions about topics he doesn't really get is something along the lines of, "We're going to have to look at that."

One slight problem: The questions he was asked weren't confusing, convoluted or remotely complicated. There was nothing to look at. He was asked if he supports a database registry for Muslims and he responded by saying he would go beyond databases, those are his words.

It's pretty sad when even the conservative media is essentially admitting that Trump is a bumbling idiot who just says whatever nonsense pops into his head whenever he's confused.

Then there was Fox News who covered the story, they left out one huge part of his comment: The reporter initially asked Trump whether there should be a database to track Muslims. "We should have a lot of systems," Trump said, but then went on to tout the importance of a strong border and a border wall.

But here is Trump's full unedited response:

"There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases," Trump said in response to being asked if he would support tracking Muslims. "I mean we should have a lot of systems. And today you can do it."

Notice something missing? Fox News completely edited out the part where he said "beyond databases."

Which is a huge part of why the story took off to begin with. The bottom line is, Trump was asked if he supports a database registry for Muslims and he specifically said he would go beyond databases.

Then when he was asked to clarify his remarks -- he refused to clarify -- and now he's trying to blame this on liberal bias, with help from the conservative media. I would say I'm shocked by his response, except I predicted it.

Then again, this is what Republicans do, including Bill O'Reilly. They say something, get called out on it, then they blame the media for being "out to get them" because they know conservative voters are brainwashed and stupid enough to believe them.

Fox News Barely Covers Whites Shooting Black Protesters
By: Steve - November 25, 2015 - 11:30am

After months of vilifying Black Lives Matter and labeling the movement a "hate group," Fox News devoted almost no coverage to a November 23 mass shooting that injured five protesters at a Black Lives Matter vigil in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and similarly downplayed the subsequent arrests of three white suspects.

By contrast, CNN provided updates throughout the day following the shooting, and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow offered in-depth coverage of the escalating threats of violence leading up to the attack.

Minutes of coverage by the big 3 cable news networks:

CNN - 10:37
MSNBC -12:05
FOX - 1:16

Five protesters suffered injuries when at least one person opened fire on a Black Lives Matter gathering outside the Minneapolis Police Department's 4th Precinct building on the evening of November 23. The Washington Post reported protesters had been "camping in front of the 4th Precinct since Nov. 15, when two Minneapolis police officers were involved in the contentious killing of 24-year-old Jamar Clark."

As of November 24, "the police said that they had arrested a 23-year-old white man, and that two other white men, ages 21 and 26, turned themselves in on Tuesday afternoon," according to The New York Times, which added, "the police also said they were aware of a video in which masked men are seen driving to the protest site and brandishing a pistol, while making racist comments and justifying the killing of Jamar Clark."

Social media posts of the three suspects "reveal a fascination with guns, video games, the Confederacy and right-wing militia groups."

As the news of the shooting made national headlines and developments poured in on November 24, Fox News devoted the least amount of coverage to the incident among cable networks.

According to a Media Matters review, Fox only mentioned the Minneapolis shooting 3 times, with coverage totalling only 1 minute and 16 seconds. CNN covered the story for 10 minutes and 37 seconds throughout the day, while MSNBC covered the story for just over 12 minutes.

The November 24 broadcast of MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show devoted a full segment to the incident, placing the shooting in the recent context of masked "anti-protesters or counter-protesters, or maybe you'd call them provocateurs" turning up at local Black Lives Matter protests to videotape the gatherings.

As host Rachel Maddow explained, demonstrators at the 4th Precinct faced racist intimidation and escalating threats of violence leading up to Monday's shooting.

The shooting follows months of Fox News attacks on the Black Lives Matter movement, including Fox hosts insanely comparing the movement to "the Nazi Party," and the "Klu Klux Klan," and a "hate group."

Fox host Bill O'Reilly continued his attacks on Black Lives Matter during an all white panel on his show the day following the shooting. During the November 24 broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, O'Reilly said of the movement, "if black lives matter, how come this group isn't on the south side of Chicago when every weekend you've got a couple of dozen black lives lost," while a Fox analyst claimed Black Lives Matter is "inciting violence to the point of hate crime."

During that segment, O'Reilly even alluded to the police shooting of Jamar Clark, but failed to acknowledge that five people protesting Clark's death had been shot the night before or that three suspects had been arrested.

Racism Alert For Bill O'Reilly And Ben Carson
By: Steve - November 25, 2015 - 11:00am

Bill O'Reilly says he has never seen any racism from Donald Trump, even after Trump sent out a racist tweet, said it was ok for whites to beat up a black man at one of his campaign stops, and Ben Carson says he has never seen any evidence white police are racist against blacks. Which are ridiculous statements from both men, because the racism is there and we see it quite often.

In fact, I could probably report a story about racism by a Republican or a police officer every day. We just had a new police chief send out an e-mail using the n-word, and we had the Minnesota state GOP put out a racist tweet saying they have a negro problem.

A new police chief for the City of Farrell in Pennsylvania has come under fire for sending an offensive email that included racial slurs.

The newly sworn-in Thomas Burke, who is white, is slated to begin his term as police chief of Farrell, a city about 70 miles outside of Pittsburgh, on Jan. 1, according to WKBN Ohio News. In an April email soliciting donations for a local parent-teacher organization, Burke wrote: "Them Sharon n*****s gotta learn how to read."

And he was not fired, so this racist jerk is going to be the police chief for an entire city, and you think there is no racism by white cops against blacks Ben Carson, here it is jerk, right in your face.

Sharon and Farrell are neighboring cities in Mercer County, Pa. According to statistics pulled from the City-Data database, in 2010, 48 percent of Farrell's residents were black and 45 percent were white. This is the population that Burke has vowed to serve and protect as police chief.

Stephanie Sheffield, a Farrell city councilwoman, who is black, told Erie News that she was "hurt and upset" by Burke's e-mail.

Burke visited Sheffield at her home with an apology letter and explained that he uses the "n-word" frequently because that's "just the way it is" in their area, Sheffield told Erie News.

Minnesota GOP Apologizes For 'Negro Problem' Tweet

The head of the Republican party in Minnesota is apologizing after one of the GOP's district branches tweeted about a "negro problem."

The tweet, sent out by the state's 7th Congressional District GOP on Sunday, was a response to the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) Party's call to make joblessness and poverty in the black community part of a proposed legislative special session, the Star Tribune reported.

"MN #DFL now propose a 'special session' to deal with their self-created '#negroproblem,'" the tweet said.

It has since been deleted, but images of the tweet are still being circulated on social media.

The DFL -- the state's affiliate of the Democratic Party -- immediately condemned the remarks.

"You don't have to look far to find ignorant hate speech masquerading as acceptable party messaging," DFL Chairman Ken Martin said in a statement. "However, this is not the first time the Minnesota Republican Party and their affiliates have posted racially insensitive material."

Over the weekend, a group of Donald Trump supporters punched and kicked a Black man who attended a Trump rally, and disrupted the event with cries of "Black Lives Matter." When asked later about his fans deplorable and violent behavior, Trump said that "maybe [the man] should have been roughed up, because it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing."

There have been no cries of outrage about how this man's right to free speech was violated through use of actual violence. And when a liberal simply shouts down a conservative at a Democratic rally O'Reilly and Fox News scream bloody murder and cry that the left is trying to shut down their free speech rights.

Instead, Trump condones white violence against a non-violent protestor. And in doing so, he demonstrates not only the complete hypocrisy of the right wing on questions of race but also the extent to which a deep desire and will to do violence toward Black people exists just beneath the surface of most right-wing political discourse.

And btw, Bill O'Reilly has not reported on either one of these stories. He ignores them so his viewers are uninformed, then he can claim he has not seen any racism by Trump or anyone in the Republican party. This kind of thing happens virtually every day, and O'Reilly ignores it all, he never reports any of it, ever.

O'Reilly ignores all the stories about racism, then denies there is any racism, and he claims to be honest and a truth teller? Give me a break, he is a biased, partisan, lying, hack, and that is a fact, I just proved it. Here is the evidence, he ignores it all then claims it never happens, not only is he biased, he is a liar.

More Proof Republican Policies Are Bad For The Country
By: Steve - November 25, 2015 - 10:00am

9 of The 12 States With The Highest Unemployment Are Run By Republicans

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "North Dakota had the lowest jobless rate in October, 2.8 percent, followed by Nebraska, 2.9 percent. West Virginia had the highest rate, 6.9 percent. In total, 20 states had unemployment rates significantly lower than the U.S. figure of 5.0 percent, 12 states and the District of Columbia had measurably higher rates and 18 states had rates that were not appreciably different from that of the nation."

Here are the 12 states with a higher than the national average unemployment rate of 5.0%:
1). West Virginia (D) (6.9%)
2). Alaska (R) (6.4%)
3). Arizona (R) (6.1%)
4). Louisiana (R) (6.2%)
5). Nevada (R) (6.6%)
6). Alabama (R) (5.9%)
7). Georgia (R) (5.7%)
8). New Mexico (R) (6.8%)
9). Mississippi (R) (5.9%)
10). North Carolina (R) (5.7%)
11). Oregon (D) (6.0%)
12). California (D) (5.8%)
States with Republican governors tend to lag behind the national economy. And the fastest way for voters to kill economic growth is to vote a Republican into office. Something O'Reilly never mentions, or Fox News for that matter. In fact, if you listen to O'Reilly you would think Democrats who run states are terrible for job growth, when it is the exact opposite that is true.

The one thing that the Republican states on the list all have in common is that they have implemented the conservative economic policy of tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations.

And to the surprise of no one, cutting taxes for those at the top in these states has not resulted in the magic job fairy raining jobs down from the skies on to the hard working people below. Republican economic policies do not create jobs, they just make the rich and the corporations richer.

The country is watching the Republican presidential candidates promise to use the same policies that are failing at the state level if they get into the White House.

The struggles of red states to perform at the level that President Obama has national economy humming at should be a red flag for voters.

President Obama has righted the economic ship, and the fastest way to sink the boat would be to let Republicans steer the country straight into the trickle down iceberg.

Fact-Checking Site Finds Trump Only Tells Truth 7% Of The Time
By: Steve - November 25, 2015 - 9:00am

So of course Bill O'Reilly calls him an honest politician, even though he is the biggest liar in the campaign.

Last week Donald Trump faced widespread criticism after tweeting a racially-charged graphic that falsely claimed that 81 percent of white murder victims are killed by people of color, when in fact, according to FBI data, 82 percent of white Americans were killed by other white Americans in murders where the race of both the victim and offender were known.

Additionally, Trump's graphic was sourced to the "Crime Statistics Bureau - San Francisco," which does not exist.

So O'Reilly had Trump on his show, he sort of called Trump out for the racist lies, while saying he is not a racist and telling him to stop using bogus stats.

Here is a partial transcript of what O'Reilly said, he called Trump an honest politician, even though fact-checkers have shown that only about 7 percent of what Trump says is true.
O'REILLY: Look, you know I'm looking out for you, right? You know that? That I'm looking out for you? I look out for every honest politician, I don't care what party they are in. Don't do this. Don't put your name on stuff like this. Because it makes the other side, it gives them stuff to tell the ill-informed voter that you are a racist. I mean, you just handed them a platter.
What I find most ridiculous about the rise of Donald Trump to the top of the Republican party's presidential ticket is the fact that almost nothing he says is true. And it's not just that he lies, it's that he seems to just make stuff up as he goes along. Then to top it all off, I can't remember a time where he's ever admitted being wrong about anything -- despite the fact that he's wrong about pretty much everything.

When looking at his scorecard on the non-partisan fact-checking site Politifact, the numbers are shocking. Politifact's ratings system is based on six metrics: True, Mostly True, Half True, Mostly False, False and Pants on Fire.

The way I calculate numbers is everything that's True/Mostly True I consider truthful, everything that's Mostly False/False/Pants on Fire I view as being dishonest and I ignore Half True statements because often the conclusions are subjective and convoluted.

So, how does Trump rank? According to Politifact, of the 71 comments they've fact checked, only 7 percent (5 of 71) of what Trump says is truthful (all 5 of those statements are rated as Mostly True). Meanwhile, 75 percent (53 of 71) of what they've fact checked has been a lie.

For those who don't feel like doing the math, 18 percent (13 of 71) of his comments were rated as Half True. While his overall scorecard is atrocious, when you look at some of his Pants on Fire comments, the absurdity he spews is shocking.

It goes beyond basic dishonesty with Trump to outright propaganda. Anyone who runs for public office is going to slant and distort the truth from time to time, but Trump doesn't just distort reality -- he flat-out makes up his own. And the worst part is, his supporters actually believe he's honest, including Bill O'Reilly.

You cannot convince these folks that he's full of crap because most of them are every bit as delusional as he is. I guess if there's one positive thing that's come from Donald Trump running for president, it's that he's generously given plenty of job security to fact checkers.

O'Reilly said he was looking out for Trump because he is an honest politician, which is just laughable, and it shows two things about O'Reilly. That he is biased for Trump, and that he is dishonest for ignoring all the Trump lies, while telling his viewers that Trump is honest.

They are friends, both Republicans and both liars. So neither one of them can be trusted to tell you the truth, they are both proven liars.

Ben Carson Does Not Know Who Wrote The Constitution
By: Steve - November 24, 2015 - 11:00am

And what's worse is, he wrote a book about it, and still got it wrong.

During a Sunday interview, Carson was asked which founding father stood out to him, to which he answered Thomas Jefferson. The problem is, Jefferson was not around when the constitution was being drafted.

Carson said this: "I'm impressed by a lot of them, but particularly impressed with Thomas Jefferson, who seemed to have very deep insight into the way that people would react," Carson said. "And he tried to craft our Constitution in a way that it would control people's natural tendencies and control the natural growth of the government."

Jefferson was not around when the Constitution was being drafted. Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. That's a fact which seems to elude many Republicans who often cite the words "endowed by our Creator" as proof that the nation was founded on Christianity.

To make matters worse, Carson's newest book, A More Perfect Union, manages to accurately cite the fact that Jefferson was in France when the Constitution was drafted. This raises the question, how much did Carson actually have to do with writing his own book? For the record, James Madison is considered the "father of the Constitution."

This marks the second big gaffe Carson has made about our Founding Fathers in just the last couple weeks. Earlier this month he tried to defend himself from questions about whether or not he's qualified to be president considering his lack of political experience by inaccurately stating that none of the Founding Fathers had any political experience either:

"You are absolutely right -- I have no political experience. The current Members of Congress have a combined 8,700 years of political experience. Are we sure political experience is what we need? Every signer of the Declaration of Independence had no elected office experience."

Unfortunately for Carson, the vast majority of the men who signed the Declaration of Independence did have backgrounds in politics and government. He later tried to backtrack by saying he meant they didn't have any "federal" government experience.

Sadly for Ben Carson, the federal government didn't exist before it was created by our Founding Fathers. Are any of these statements particularly huge deals by themselves? No. Everyone is prone to making false statements now and again. The issue here is that Ben Carson makes them all the time. Over the last month or so he's repeatedly been caught saying one thing, only to adjust what he meant once he's been called out for saying something inaccurate.

Take for instance the statement he made during the fourth GOP debate where he clearly implied that the Chinese were conducting military operations in Syria. He actually doubled down on that statement before finally admitting that he didn't know what he was talking about.

Luckily it seems as if even many conservatives are realizing how woefully unfit Ben Carson is to be our next president. Unfortunately, that's not really saying much considering many of those same conservatives think Donald Trump would make an amazing commander-in-chief.

O'Reilly Claims He's Never Seen Racism From Donald Trump
By: Steve - November 24, 2015 - 10:00am

And he said it while discussing a racist tweet from Trump. O'Reilly never sees any racism from any white Republicans, including himself, it's the same as Ben Carson saying he has not seen any evidence white cops are racist against black people. It's all lies from O'Reilly, Trump, and Carson, one lies and they all defend it and swear to it.

Monday night Bill O'Reilly defended Donald Trump, claiming he's never seen the GOP presidential hopeful show any racism, while correcting Trump's racist and inaccurate tweet that falsely claimed African-Americans are responsible for more than 80 percent of murders against whites.

Donald Trump faced widespread criticism after tweeting a racially-charged graphic that falsely claimed that 81 percent of white murder victims are killed by people of color. Even though FBI crime data shows that the majority of murders are committed by members of the same race.

On the November 13 edition of his show, O'Reilly interviewed Trump, who claimed he was "probably the least racist person on Earth." O'Reilly agreed with him, commenting "I never saw any racism from you," then immediately criticized Trump's racist tweet, explaining to him that the statistic is "totally wrong."

And btw folks, Trump has said a lot of racist things, O'Reilly will just never admit it, because he is his friend and he is a fellow Republican. O'Reilly and Trump have even been seen together at Yankee games, they are friends who sometimes hang out with each other, so he has a bias for Trump.

Partial Transcript:
O'REILLY: Are you aware that the liberal media and the Democratic Party in general are trying to paint you as a racist? Are you aware of that?

TRUMP: I think so. But I think people know better than that. I'm probably the least racist person on Earth.

O'REILLY: Well I have known you a long time --

TRUMP: I think people know better than that.

O'REILLY: -- I never saw any racism from you. However, when you tweet out a thing, and this bothered me, I got to tell you. You tweeted out that whites killed by blacks -- these are statistics you picked up from somewhere -- at a rate of 81 percent. And that's totally wrong. Whites killed by blacks is 15 percent, yet you tweeted it was 81 percent.

TRUMP: Bill, I didn't tweet. I retweeted somebody that was supposedly an expert and also a radio show.

O'REILLY: Yeah, but you don't want to be -- why do you want to be in that zone?

TRUMP: Bill. Bill. Am I going to check every statistic? I get millions and millions of people @realdonaldtrump by the way.

O'REILLY: You got to. You are a presidential contender you got to check it.

TRUMP: I have millions of people. You know what, fine, but this came out of radio shows and everything else.

O'REILLY: Oh come on, radio shows?

TRUMP: Excuse me. All it was is a retweet. It wasn't from me. And it did. It came out of radio show and other places, because you see all the names --

O'REILLY: Look, you know I'm looking out for you, right? You know that? That I'm looking out for you? I look out for every honest politician, I don't care what party they are in. Don't do this. Don't put your name on stuff like this. Because it makes the other side, it gives them stuff to tell the ill-informed voter that you are a racist. I mean, you just handed them a platter.
And now some facts: According to FBI data, 82 percent of white Americans were killed by other white Americans in murders where the race of both the victim and offender were known.

Additionally, Trump's graphic was sourced to the "Crime Statistics Bureau - San Francisco," which does not exist.

Trump has made numerous xenophobic and racially-charged comments that were defended and praised by right-wing media. In July, Trump called Mexican immigrants "criminals" and "rapists," and later cited an "unabashedly racist" deportation plan created during the Eisenhower presidency, dubbed "Operation Wetback," as an example for his deportation policy.

Recently, Trump inaccurately claimed that thousands of Muslim-Americans cheered when the World Trade Center buildings fell, and when asked about a Black Lives Matter protester who was beaten at one of his rallies, Trump responded that, "Maybe he should have been roughed up."

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O'Reilly Caught Doctoring Florida Mans E-Mail

O'Reilly Ignored Michele Bachmann Church Scandal

O'Reilly & Morris Lied About The Debt Polls

O'Reilly Hypocrisy On The West/Schultz Story

The Truth About Those Bush Tax Cuts

Number Of Tea Party Events Down 50 Percent

NWLC Says O'Reilly Statement Made Up & Offensive

Video Proof O'Reilly Is A Right-Wing Hack

O'Reilly Gets It Totally Wrong On Norway Terrorist

Norway Terrorist Info O'Reilly Ignored

O'Reilly Ignoring Ensign/Coburn Hush Money Scandal

O'Reilly Calls Obama Health Care Waivers A Scam

O'Reilly Complains About Losing In His Own Poll

O'Reilly Ignores Republican Hypocrisy On Judicial Filibusters

O'Reilly Ignoring Republican Unpopularity

O'Reilly Tells GOP How To Beat Obama With Scare Tactics

O'Reilly & Fox Are Lying To You About The Debt

O'Reilly Spins The 2008 Presidential Media Study

Important Tax Information Bill O'Reilly Has Ignored

O'Reilly Ignored McCain Op-Ed On Bin Laden

O'Reilly Scrubs Website & Podcast Of False Obama Claims

O'Reilly Ignored DOJ Black Panther Report

O'Reilly Still Ignoring Wisconsin Judge's Order Story

O'Reilly Ignored Jobs & Unemployment Report

Fox News Town Hall Protester Hypocrisy & Double Standards

O'Reilly & Varney Speculate About Oil Prices

O'Reilly Spins The Quinnipiac Temperature Poll

O'Reilly Proves How Stupid He Is Again

How O'Reilly Puts Out Right-Wing Propaganda

Fox News Insider Admits They Make Things Up

Luntz Admits Fox Has Anti-Obama Focus Groups

Reagan SG Says Health Care Bill Constitutional

O'Reilly Ignores Gore Answer To His Question

O'Reilly Wonders How The Moon Got There

More Republican Hate & Racism O'Reilly Has Ignored

Another Poll O'Reilly Has Totally Ignored

O'Reilly Thinks We Are Still In A Recession

O'Reilly's Nazi Comment Defense Was Laughable

Fox News The Least Trusted Cable News Network

O'Reilly Caught Lying About The Media (Again)

O'Reilly Claims Estate Tax A Seizure Of Property

O'Reilly Called Bernie Sanders A Loon

Bloomberg Tax Cut Poll Proves O'Reilly Was Lying

O'Reilly Ignored Positive DADT Study & Story

O'Reilly & Fox Ignore Judge Being A 9-11 Truther

More Real News O'Reilly Has Ignored

More Proof O'Reilly Spins The Obama Job Ratings

O'Reilly Got The Ireland Economic Crisis Wrong

O'Reilly Ignored The Tom Delay Conviction Story

Women Of America: You Need To Read This

Conclusive Proof O'Reilly Is Dishonest & Crazy

O'Reilly Nazi Comparison Hypocrisy

O'Reilly Ignores New Poll While Promoting Paladino

Andrew Sullivan Called O'Reilly A Dishonest Propagandist

O'Reilly Caught Lying About The Nevada RCP Senate Poll

O'Reilly Ignored Right-Wing Abortion Bomber Terrorism Story

Fox & O'Reilly Ignored Friday Pro-Mosque NY Rally

O'Reilly Busted For Health Insurance Premium Lies

Most Factor Gear Made in Vietnam And China

O'Reilly Caught Lying About His Ratings Again

O'Reilly Busted For 1st Time Retraction Lie

The Bill O'Reilly Non-Apology Shirley Sherrod Apology

O'Reilly & The Right Are Racist Idiots

O'Reilly Ignored Tea Party Express Racism Story

O'Reilly Compares Gay People To Al-Qaeda

Proof O'Reilly Spins The Obama Job Rating Polls

O'Reilly Ignored Mark Kirk Military Award Lie Story

Where Are The Sedition Charges Now O'Reilly

O'Reilly Caught In A Massive Lie About Jail Time

O'Reilly Running Ads For Emergency Food Supply

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Tea Party Militia Links

O'Reilly Caught Spinning Gallup Tea Party Poll

O'Reilly Ignored Harris Poll Showing Republicans Are Stupid

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Health Reform Bill Tax

O'Reilly Caught Lying About NEJM Health Care Survey

O'Reilly Caught Lying About His Ratings Again

The Truth About Ratings For News Shows

Gallup Poll Proves O'Reilly Is A Right-Wing Spin Doctor

O'Reilly Spinning Fox News Most Trusted Poll

Fox News Did Not Air Hope For Haiti Telethon

O'Reilly Caught Spinning Obama Terrorism Polls

O'Reilly Caught Lying About House Ethics Committee

O'Reilly Caught Lying About His Ratings Increase

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Limbaugh Racism

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Religious Festival

O'Reilly Caught Red Handed Lying About CNN

O'Reilly Caught Violating Journalistic Standards Again

O'Reilly Caught Lying About The ACLU & Racial Profiling

More Proof O'Reilly & FOX News Do Not Tell The Truth

O'Reilly Called Bruce Springsteen Un-American & Un-Patriotic

The Bill O'Reilly Senate Torture Report Countdown Clock

O'Reilly Caught Lying About The Obama Approval Numbers

FOX News Caught Lying About Obama Budget

O'Reilly Busted For Helping GOP Smear Pelosi

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Obama Earmark Promise Report Proves O'Reilly Wrong About Homeless Vets

O'Reilly Places 7th in 2008 Wingnut of The Year Award

O'Reilly Denys Reality About Abstinence Only Programs

Proof The O'Reilly Factor is Biased Against Barack Obama
O'Reilly said he is a non-partisan Independent, who is fair to both sides, and that he has been fair to Barack Obama. To check that claim I did a 3 month study of the Factor, it started on August 1st, 2008, and ran until October 31st, 2008. I watched the Factor every night and counted the negative and positive comments for Obama and McCain.

Visit the web page I set up, and you will see the stunning bias from O'Reilly and his mostly Republican guests against Barack Obama. Then you will see there is no doubt Bill O'Reilly is a dishonest and biased Conservative. This study is conclusive proof that O'Reilly is in the tank for John McCain.

Visit The Web Page Below to See The 3 Month Factor Bias Study:

Proof O'Reilly Lied About The Balance on His Show
O'Reilly claims the factor is balanced, and that he personally makes sure every week he has an equal number of Republican and Democrat guests. This is a bold faced lie, and I can prove it. I put together a web page that shows the guest list from the factor for the last 2 weeks. Read it and you will see with your own eyes that Bill O'Reilly is lying when he says the factor is balanced.

And remember that we are 3 weeks before a major Presidential election, or the Republican bias numbers would be worse than it is normally. O'Reilly is actually having more Democrats on than he usually does, and the balance is still not even close. If we were not so close to an election it would be a lot worse.

Visit The Web Page Below to See The Lies About The Factor Balance:

O'Reilly Sucks Investigation: Dishonesty, Deception, And Bias By Bill O'Reilly
O'Reilly claims there are no Republicans or Conservative groups that rival George Soros. O'Reilly said the top three conservative tax-exempt foundations are totally dwarfed by Soros and the radical Ford Foundation. And that they have 15 times more the assets. George Soros net worth is $8.5 billion, the Ford Foundation has a net worth of $13 billion. But the seven billionaires who donate to Newt Gingrich and other right-wing causes have a combined net worth of $34.8 billion dollars.

Somehow O'Reilly claims that Soros and the Ford Foundation have 15 times more the assets than anyone on the right. When the seven billionaires alone who give money to Newt, have roughly $14 billion more than Soros and the Ford Foundation combined.

Visit the web page below to see the massive money O'Reilly has ignored from the right:

(( Right-Wing Hate Speech Ignored by Bill O'Reilly ))
O'Reilly claims there is no hate on the right, that it's all on the left. But the way he defines hate is ridiculous, if a liberal blog or website writes an article that criticizes George W. Bush (or any Republican) O'Reilly calls it hate. When it's not hate, it's reporting the facts, there is no hate. A great example is when websites like,, etc. criticize O'Reilly he calls it hate, and says they are hate groups who lie about him.

That is a lie, it is not hate, and they are not hate websites. There is real hate on the internet, but O'Reilly does not report it, because most of it is from the right. I have documented this hate in my blog and on a web page, all of it was ignored by Bill O'Reilly, and it was never reported on the Factor.

Visit the web page below to see the massive right-wing hate O'Reilly has ignored: Privacy Policy

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