Bill O’Reilly Unloads on Obama, Sharpton, Jackson, and Hollywood
On his July 22, 2013 No-Spin show, Bill O’Reilly set political correctness aside in the aftermath of the Zimmerman verdict and right after Barack Obama’s call for a “serious conversation on race.”
This is that conversation, says O’Reilly. He directly attacks Al Sharpton, Jessie Jackson, and even President Obama for lack of leadership and/or negative leadership that worsens race relations and ruins lives of young Americans. He also unleashes a blunt and powerful attack on Hollywood for glamorizing crime and cultivating violence among our youth.
Starting slow and building in a crescendo of emotion, this is Bill O’Reilly as few have seen him in months or years. Some will find his remarks politically incorrect to the point of being offensive. Others will feel his blunt remarks are long overdue.
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