O’Reilly Continues Throwing Shade at Megyn Kelly: You Don’t ‘Undermine’ Your Employer
Bill O’Reilly doubled down on his shade-throwing at Megyn Kelly today with some choice remarks about how people owe “allegiance” to their employers.
This morning on CBS, O’Reilly (while plugging his book) was asked about Kelly’s new book, and he said in no uncertain terms, “I’m not interested in making my network look bad.”
Keep in mind this all has to do with Kelly talking about how Roger Ailes allegedly sexually harassed her in the workplace.
Well, O’Reilly tonight briefly mentioned the “problems” Fox has gone through and then followed up with this:
“If somebody is paying you a wage, you owe that person or company allegiance. You don’t like what’s happening in the workplace, go to human resources or leave. I’ve done that. And then take the action you need to take afterward if you feel aggrieved. There are labor laws in this country. But don’t run down the concern that supports you by trying to undermine it.”
Watch above, via Fox News.
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