O’Reilly’s take on Roger Ailes’ death

I am slightly offended by Bill O’Reilly’s analysis of Roger Ailes’ rise and demise.

His assessment seems far too kind to the radical left and their objectives.

This quote comes by way of the Conservative Tribune

“We are living in a rough age, with technological advances changing behavior and perspective. The downside of that is turning us into a nation where hatred is almost celebrated in some quarters,” O’Reilly stated. “Roger Ailes experienced that hatred and it killed him. That is the truth.”

http://conservativetribune.com/oreilly-knows-killed-roger-ailes/

Except that analysis almost blames technology for the state of hatred of the left. No, actually it is an old hatred, just manifesting itself by any new means possible.

The left has long celebrated its vitriol and hatred — mainstreamed really since Reagan. Morality has nothing to do with it but the ultimate result of it is a valid charge.

However, I sense another book by O’Reilly, “Killing Roger Ailes,” is already under draft.

As I have said before, it seems only when ones own ox is publicly gored does one recognize the size of the problem. It suddenly becomes serious then. It’s always been dangerous.

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4 comments on “O’Reilly’s take on Roger Ailes’ death

  1. drrik says:

    The nihilistic hatred of the leftists is not being developed with the new technology. It is only being revealed. And the libprogs are becoming less circumspect about hiding it. The encouragement of the press is persuading them that it is no longer in need of being glossed over and denied.

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  2. Peppermint says:

    Spot on Bull. Once a person suffers at the hands of the liberals like O’R did then and only then can he empathize with another.

    Liked by 1 person

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