Ex Fox News host Bill O’Reilly just proved he doesn’t need the major network to deliver the truth to Americans.
And he could have his previous employer in serious trouble come September.
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“I am starting my own operation,” he told an audience at his “Spin Stops Here” show in Long Island Saturday, according to Newsday.
“We are assembling a team of journalists and are considering a number of options,” O’Reilly told Mediate.
The show is expected to air on his website, billoreilly.com
O’Reilly explained the landscape of his show, comparing it to his previous, highest-rated show on Fox.
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“We will go into a studio and here it will look like ‘The Factor.’ It’s basically an experiment to see how many people are going to want this service. That’s coming and will be here before September in robust form. But I suspect there will be another network maybe merging with us. There will be a network that rises up because the numbers for Fox are going down.”
O’Reilly was fired from Fox in April following allegations of sexual assault, which he has repeatedly denied.
And while O’Reilly said he doesn’t plan to “bad-mouth” the network, he told Newsday that he would be discussing his firing from Fox in further detail soon.
“They had a shift in management that coincided with a very well thought-out and financed effort to destroy me. It worked – temporarily. It all had to do with President (Donald) Trump. In the weeks to come, I’m going to lay all that out in a very public way.”
O’Reilly focused on Trump and the mainstream media during the appearance, acknowledging the witch hunt for our president in the mainstream media.
“It’s almost impossible for me to analyze him fairly because he is being treated so unfairly. I know the same people who came after me are the same people after him. So I know this is the fraud being perpetuated on you, the American voter. The progressive far left will not accept the election.”
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The audience cheered when he blamed the media for “driving the hate.”
O’Reilly clearly wants his voice to be heard, and is ready to prove he doesn’t need a major network to do so.
-The Horn editorial team