O’Reilly Scolds Black Lives Matter for ‘Gestapo Tactics,’ ‘Condemning White Society’
Bill O’Reilly went after the Black Lives Matter movement tonight, for the second night in a row, this time for engaging in “Gestapo tactics” towards one reporter.
A reporter who filmed one protest was shouted at by activists to turn the camera off, and O’Reilly didn’t care for that at all. Andrea Tantaros called them just another one of the far-left groups that “bully and intimidate.”
She and O’Reilly questioned whether these activists are in places like the south side of Chicago, where black-on-black violence is problematic. As Tantaros said, “Black lives matter, just not in democratic cities.”
Jehmu Greene offered the perspective of these activists––that they’re frustrated with the lack of media attention on black lives––but O’Reilly argued that he has given this issue more coverage than anyone else in the national media.
So, he suggested, “they should join with me” and demand better policing in Chicago. But O’Reilly lamented that they’re “only interested in condemning white society.”
Watch the video below, via Fox News:
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