Bill O’reilly

“Blacks Are “Ill-Educated And Have Tattoos On Their Forehead.” — Bill O’Reilly I never liked Bill O’Reilly. Even though I don’t know O’Reilly personally, I abhorred his brand of politics, his arrogance, and the way he demeaned women and reduced African-Americans to age-old stereotypes. I detested the way O’Reilly characterized black Americans, whether he was […]

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Charles Payne, who works for Fox News, is facing a lawsuit after the embattled Bill O'Reilly was fired from the network for his sexual harassment scandal.

His firing comes shortly after "The New York Times" reported that the 67-year-old conservative anchor and the network shelled out $13 million in sexual harassment lawsuits launched against him.

A Black clerical worker who worked in the same office as Bill O'Reilly accused the Fox News Host of harassment, saying he called her "hot chocolate" and leered at her.

So far 21 advertisers have dropped the O’Reilly Factor after the sexual harassment claims were reported, including blue chip firms such as Mercedes, Glaxo-Smith Kline, BMW of North America and Lexus.

The California Congresswoman also had words for Fox News anchor Bill O' Reilly.

California Rep. Maxine Waters said that Bill O'Reilly "needs to go to jail" and that his network is a "sexual harassment enterprise" during an MSNBC interview Wednesday.

If you lie on the CNN anchor, he has no problem putting your sexual harassment lawsuits on blast.

On Tuesday night, the California Congresswomen got the last word on MSNBC's "All In With Chris Hayes."

Congresswoman Maxine Waters says she's a "a strong Black woman" in response to Bill O'Reilly's childish comment about her hair.

As the media continues to diminish her many truth-bearing moments on the prime-time news circuit as sassy and neck-rolling worthy, O'Reilly needs to remember who he's speaking to.