A few weeks ago, Fox Business host Bill O ‘Reilly’ was in the middle of an epic meltdown on his show.
He was calling out the president, and Fox News’ coverage of the situation was completely distorted.
At the time, I thought it was hilarious.
But now, O’Reillys’ show has become the subject of some serious criticism.
Fox’s Bill OReilly has been caught lying to his viewers.
It’s not the first time Fox has been accused of a pattern of deception.
And it’s certainly not the last.
In February, a former Fox News host told The New York Times that O’Rell had told him that he had been offered a job at a network but refused.
He said he wasn’t sure what the offer entailed, but it wasn’t a job.
It was the kind of thing that would send you to the hospital.
But O’Malley was also fired from Fox News after he called out O’Brien on his program.
In June, The New Yorker published a story about a “network of spies and informers,” and the network has denied that its employees were spying on Fox.
And in October, a New Yorker writer named Natasha Vargas-Cooper alleged that O”Reilly was involved in a secret scheme to pay off reporters and others who were investigating Fox.
In November, a Fox News spokesperson said the network was “aware of reports about a number of our programs that have been inaccurately portrayed or misconstrued.”
It’s also not the only network to come under fire recently.
In December, BuzzFeed reported that O`Reilly had been investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for alleged sex harassment.
It wasn’t the first allegation of sexual harassment at Fox.
It could also be the last, as O’Connor told The Wall Street Journal in December that he “absolutely” would not resign.