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The O'Reilly Factor: The Good, the Bad, and the Completely Ridiculous in American Life (Hardcover) Unknown Binding – 2000
"Wake Up America" by Eric Bolling
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I remember one Factor show in particular. A "liberal" judge, whom I knew as a teenager, came in one day and signed the release of a certain prisoner. The prisoner went out that night and killed 3 young people. O'Reilly said he was going to go after these "liberal judges." Because the judge had already put in for Family court there were no immediate consequences.
I knew this man and all I can tell you is he had no sense of humor. None. So now he's really in a calamitous situation. And I never heard anything more from Bill O'Reilly about this person.
Also: O'Reilly's anger. On TV I could take one look at him and I can tell he would be one scary dude. He's about a split second away from anyone who doesn't feel the same way he does. He and Geraldo Rivera get into it once in a while. Geraldo was saying that the baby of illegal aliens be allowed some food. O'Reilly said, "You don't want to enforce the law." And this kept on a bit till commercial time.
I think if O'Reilly took a drink he'd kill someone. I suspect he had a drinking problem once -- no evidence of it that I know. But the thought of that anger unleashed...