Bill O’Reilly has become an unexpected adversary of Republican candidate Donald Trump. On his Fox News show Tuesday night, he called the Republican presidential nominee’s recent talk of a “rigged” election “not a patriotic thing.” However, the host does admit that conservatives face “rigged coverage” when it comes to the leftist reporting media. O’Reilly’s full statement is below:
“The vote cannot be possibly rigged two weeks from tonight. And Mr. Trump should accept whatever happens at that vote, unless there’s compelling evidence of corruption. Undermining our electoral system is not a patriotic thing. On the media front, there’s no question Americans are not getting objective reporting generally speaking. That’s because so many journalists are committed to the left, so many Republicans and conservative candidates face rigged coverage.”
O’Reilly briefly touched upon the Wall Street Journal revelations that Clinton ally Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe donated nearly $500,000 to the election campaign of the wife of an FBI official. That official was later on involved with the email probe investigation:
“If you’re wife is getting $675,000 from one of Clinton’s closest friends, you don’t investigate Hillary Clinton. The appearance of corruption is staggering… Overall, if you don’t think the federal political and justice system has severe problems, you are living in the Land of Oz.”
Video of O’Reilly below:
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