O’Reilly Tears Into Tarantino: ‘Destroyed His Career’ with ‘Lies’ About the Police
Bill O’Reilly took part of his opening segment tonight to go after Quentin Tarantino for “spreading big lies” about police officers killing unarmed African-Americans.
Tarantino appeared at a New York rally this past weekend to protest police brutality, and an NYPD union responded by calling for a boycott of his movies.
O’Reilly, in an opening all about “big lies,” dismissed liberal concerns about charging drug dealers with violent crimes and ripped Tarantino for coming to New York to “condemn American police officers” days after the death of an NYPD officer.
“Facts don’t matter,” O’Reilly said, “and he has no problem, Tarantino, with spreading big lies.”
A little later in the segment, O’Reilly said he thinks the Pulp Fiction director “destroyed his career” because people won’t want to see his movies now.
Watch above, via Fox News.
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