Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly believes his ouster from the network amid sexual harassment charges was “a hit.”
In his first interview since he was given the boot, O’Reilly told Glenn Beck of “The Blaze” that the push to have him fired came from the far left and he will produce evidence to prove it.
“This was a hit. In the weeks to come, we’re gonna be able to explain some of it. It has to do with destroying voices that the far left and the organized left-wing cabal doesn’t like. That’s the general tone. I can’t get specific. There’s a lot of legality here,” he told Beck.
He said he will tell everyone who targeted him “soon” and might even take legal action.
O’Reilly said there’s going to be an upcoming expedition to expose “this crew that goes in and terrorizes sponsors” and threatens people they don’t approve of.
“It’s coming,” O’Reilly said. “Unfortunately, I was target number one. It’s sad. It’s sad for me. It’s sad for my family. It’s grossly dishonest. I did what I thought I had to do to protect my family. Those days are over. From now on when I’m attacked, I’m going to take action, mostly legal action.”
O’Reilly offered a hint at who was working against him.
“I’ll point you to an article that was very, very seldom seen this week about nine corporations, big corporations that are now being targeted by organized left-wing groups funded by George Soros because they allegedly are profiting from President Trump’s immigration stance. You can Google the article. That gives you your roadmap,” he said.
O’Reilly also laced into the “vicious and evil” media which he said was not interested in portraying the news accurately.
“This is a fact,” he said. “In American journalism right now, very few are seeking the truth. It’s not what the press is doing. They don’t seek the facts to back up what happened.”
Watch the interview below.
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