Tonight on The Facor, Bill O’Reilly zeroed in on the very public death of a two-year-old. The child was killed by an alligator in Florida, so O’Reilly invited alligator expert Jeff Quattrocchi on the show.
Unfortunately, Quattrocchi wasn’t giving O’Reilly any answers that he liked, so he took over.
Quattrocchi started off by casually saying that tourists from the Midwest “have no idea there’s an apex predator” in the water surrounding their hotel. “People don’t do their research,” he said.
O’Reilly asked why the hotels didn’t put up signs or better yet, call in people like Quattrocchi to get the alligators out.
The expert started to say, “Well, unfortunately, they usually wait until there’s a problem — ” but O’Reilly cut in again with a resounding, “Why?!”
Watch the whole thing above.
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