Fox ‘News’ host Bill O’Reilly routinely attacks groups, such as Black Lives Matter, black people in general, the poor, liberals and anyone who doesn’t have their head stuck up his network’s ass. This time, O’Reilly took a shot at the poor again. I mean, why not, after all, he only makes between $15 million and $17 million a year so he must feel oppressed.
On Wednesday, O’Reilly felt it necessary to suck oxygen out of the airwaves to say that homeless people are criminals who are “urinating and defecating in the streets” and commit crimes for drugs.
“Now let’s look at San Francisco. There, it’s property crime,” he said. “Since 2010, crimes like arson, car theft, larceny are up a whopping 64 percent. Why? Because San Francisco politicians have stopped the police from enforcing quality-of-life crimes.”
We’re really going to need a citation for that, Mr. O’Reilly.
“Therefore, homeless people are all over the place urinating and defecating in the streets, panhandling, and — when they need money to buy booze or drugs — committing crimes,” it said. “The situation is out of control and a disgrace. And that’s what happens when incompetent politicians demand the police stop enforcing laws. Look, there’s a civility factor in every country.”
“With nearly 325 million folks living in America, there have to be some standards of public behavior,” he said while using his ‘small government’ voice. “But in San Francisco, there are none. You can do whatever you want in the street.”
Watch courtesy of Media Matters:
Thank you, Mr. Liar Pants, for trying to learn us some things. As it happens, red states lead the nation in violent crime, divorce, illegitimacy, and incarceration. White working-class Americans in the Mid and Southwest are the biggest consumers of methamphetamine. But, O’Reilly’s ‘Look over there, it’s my other hand’ moments on Fox News will be believed by his gullible viewers, who, along with him, think that being poor should be a crime. While waking up in his 4,631 square foot, $3 million estate and a net worth $85 million, each day, he also has to look at himself in the mirror before driving to his network’s studio to condemn the homeless.
O’Reilly lost custody of his children in a New York ruling. A court-appointed forensic examiner testified at a closed hearing that O’Reilly’s daughter claimed to have witnessed her father dragging his wife down a staircase by her neck. But homeless people are bad, amirite?
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