Author and newscaster Bill O’Reilly has embarked on a press tour to promote his new book Killing the Killers: The Secret War Against Terrorists.
In the Killing series, O’Reilly has usually covered historical events, like the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. However, his new installment addresses the proliferation of terrorism in the 21st century.
To promote the book, O’Reilly has spoken out on certain political figures… including President Joe Biden.
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“Biden’s just in a haze,” O’Reilly told Alex Marlow, editor in chief of Breitbart News, on Tuesday. “He can’t get out of the haze, because it is a physical thing,” O’Reilly added, according to Breitbart.
O’Reilly bashed Biden even harder when distinguishing between domestic terrorism related to mental illness and Islamic terrorism related to expensive radicalization programs.
The host asked, “Bin Laden was a person of privilege, of deep socioeconomic privilege. And in this moment now where crime is framed as a socioeconomic issue, is that also true with terror?”
O’Reilly answered at length… and he accused Biden of misdiagnosing the problem.
Well, it’s about fanaticism. So, we had shootings over the weekend in Buffalo, and in Milwaukee, and in California.
So, if you cut through all the B.S. — and there’s plenty of that, y’know the white supremacy and, ‘It’s this,’ and the guns, that — if you really get down to it, these are troubled people. These are emotionally and mentally disturbed people that are doing this. I mean, the guy in Buffalo: 18 years old.
And then there’s Biden, ‘White supremacist!’
I mean, look. This guy doesn’t even know how to go to Burger King and order from the drive-in window. That’s how stupid he is. And you’re telling me this is some neo-Nazi taking orders from some kind of cell in Idaho? I mean, it’s just ridiculous.
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So, when you have that individual psychotic, who — in a free society — has access to a lot of weaponry, you’re going to have these things. And they’re always going to have them.
In the Muslim world, it’s a little bit different… The bin Laden family, for whatever reason, enabled Osama… They paid for his education…
So, each situation is different, but in America, when we see — and these attacks are terror attacks. The guy in Buffalo is a terrorist, because there’s no other reason to do it other than to upset, disturb society. That’s why he did it. That’s terror.
O’Reilly concluded, “So, to me, it’s frustrating to hear the leadership of this country today to mislead Americans on almost everything, Alex.”
Killing the Killers hit the shelves earlier this month. It was co-written by both O’Reilly and Martin Dugard, a popular historian.
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