Culture warrior Bill O’Reilly allegedly shoved a Barack Hussein Osama staffer, but he obviously had it coming to him. How dare anyone get between Billo and a story.
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly got into a confrontation with an Obama aide after O’Reilly started screaming at him as he tried to get Barack Obama’s attention following a rally here. O’Reilly eventually did chat briefly with Obama and asked him to be a guest on his show.
What a great man! Even after being wronged, he still invited Osama to be on his show. But DemocRATs hate fair and balanced Fox News, so I wouldn’t stay up all night waiting for that phone call, Bill.
The incident was triggered when O’Reilly–with a Fox News crew shooting–was screaming at Obama National Trip Director Marvin Nicholson “Move” so he could get Obama’s attention, according to several eyewitnesses. “O’Reilly was yelling at him, yelling at his face,” a photographer shooting the scene said.
O’Reilly grabbed Nicholson’s arm and shoved him, another eyewitness said. Nicholson, who is 6’8, said O’Reilly called him “low class.”
Even in the face of a ridiculously tall Obama goon, Bill O’Reilly is not afraid to work hard on behalf of the American people to get the straight dope on the dope and crack smoking Hussein.
Thankfully, alert Secret Service agents were there to defend Bill O’Reilly against this out of control, possibly ‘roid raging, Obama henchman.
Secret Service agents who were nearby flanked O ‘Reilly after he pushed Nicholson. They told O’Reilly he needed to calm down and get behind the fence-like barricade that contained the press.
And Bill respectfully invited the un-American Muslim candidate to be on his show. What an honor for the sure to lose Democrat party candidate!
O’Reilly yelled “sir” at Obama and Obama walked over, not aware of what happened and told him he had an overflow crowd to visit. According to the time code from a photographer shooting the two, Obama and O’Reilly talked near 11:45 a.m. eastern time.
He just came right around the barricade. They shook hands and Mr. O’Reilly said he thought Sen. Obama was great and that he loved him and loved to have him on the show and said he would think about coming on after the primaries.
Obama should consider himself lucky that O’Reilly has chosen not to sue. Another win for freedom of speech for the press. Bill O’Reilly: culture warrior and American hero. We all owe this great man a debt of gratitude.