KELLY COMES FOREWARD: Former Fox News host claims sexual harassment by Bill O’Reilly

NEW YORK, N.Y. — Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly has come forward with claims that she too was sexually harassed by former “O’Reilly Factor” host Bill O’Reilly.

Kelly, who jumped ship from Fox News earlier this year, voiced the allegations against O’Reilly Monday on her NBC show “Megyn Kelly Today” in response to a New York Times report which claimed that O’Reilly had paid Lis Wiehl, a former Fox News legal analyst, $32 million to settle sexual harassment allegations.

“I spent this weekend on the phone nonstop, talking to many women at Fox News and otherwise, who are deeply disturbed over the latest New York Times report,” said Kelly.

“That is a jaw-dropping figure” said Kelly, citing the $32 million settlement figure.

Referencing the civil jury damages relating to the murders of Ronald Goldman and Nicole Brown, Kelly said: “O. J. Simpson was ordered to pay the Goldman and Brown families $33.5 million for the murders of Ron and Nicole. What on earth would justify that amount? What awfulness went on?”

Going on to discuss a portion of her memoir in which she claims she had also complained to management of Fox News about O’Reilly’s inappropriate behavior, Kelly says she too had been a victim of his unwanted advances.

“Perhaps he didn’t realize the kind of message his criticism sends to young women across this country about how men continue to view the issues of speaking out about sexual harassment,” Kelly read from an email that she says she sent to the co-presidents of Fox News ( “Perhaps he didn’t realize that his exact attitude of shaming women about shutting the hell up on grounds that they will shame the company is in part how Fox News got into the decade-long Ailes mess to begin with. Perhaps it’s his own history of harassment of women, which has, as you both know, resulted in payouts to more than one woman, including recently, that blinded him to the folly of saying anything other than ‘I am just so sorry for the women of this company who never should have had to go through that.”

O’Reilly was quick to hit back against Kelly’s allegations on Monday, calling her claims “uncomprehensible”.

“She did not file a complaint. Not that I know of,” he said in an interview with Glenn Beck. “I don’t know why Megyn Kelly is doing what she’s doing. I don’t know why…It is incomprehensible.”

In a separate podcast on Monday O’Reilly turned his anger toward the New York Times. He accused the publication of printing falsehoods and insinuated the newspaper was at fault for the death of former Fox News host Eric Bolling’s son, who died shortly after a Times report that claimed Bolling had sexually harassed a co-worker. Although toxicolgy results are still pending, sources close to the case have claimed the college student’s death a possible suicide.

“I urge you to think about what you put in your newspaper,” O’Reilly said. “Eric Bolling’s son is dead. He’s dead because of allegations made — in my opinion and I know this to be true — against Mr. Bolling.”

“We have physical proof that this is bullshit. Bullshit. Okay? So it’s on you if you want to destroy my children further. Alright, cause it’s all crap,” O’Reilly continued. “Why don’t you be human beings for once. This is horrible.

“It’s horrible what I went through. Horrible what my family went through. This is crap. And you know it. It’s politically and financially motivated. And we can prove it with shocking information.”

Turning his thoughts back to Kelly, O’Reilly said, “I don’t know why she’s doing what she is doing. I just don’t know. I have helped her dramatically in her career.”

In a statement posted to his website (, O’Reilly refudiates some of the claims against him and promises to address the allegations further tonight on No Spin News, his nightly podcast.





CONSERVATIVES UNDER ATTACK: War on right continues as social media sites target Conservative press

KNOXVILLE, TN — The latest attack in the war on Conservatives has taken it’s latest victim…Your’s truly.

After posting to my official Facebook page on Wednesday plans by Antifa to target Arlington National Cemetery over its burial of Confederate soldiers, I was notified that the post had been removed because it “violated” Facebook’s “community standards”.

Moments later, I was notified that another post had been deleted and my account suspended for 30 days over my sharing of a collage of mainstream media headlines in which pedophilia was being openly advocated.

This is not my first time at the rodeo. Over the course of the last year, my Facebook account has been shut down on four separate occasions, my Twitter account suspended and my Instagram account closed due to what censors of the sites deemed “offensive content”.

Ironically, I’ve had it pretty good compared to other conservative journalists and political commentators. In the last year, Fox News hosts Bill O’Reilly and Eric Bolling have been forced from their high-profile gigs at the once right-leaning news network after being targeted by the left with unsubstantiated claims of sexual harassment.

In an interview with NBC’s Today, O’Reilly called his removal from the network the result of a “hit job” by the left (

“In 42 years, I’ve been in this business. I’ve worked for 12 companies. Not any time have I had any interaction with HR, any complaints filed against me,” O’Reilly told NBC host Matt Lauer, adding: “Nobody is a perfect person but I can go to sleep at night very well knowing that I’ve never mistreated anyone on my watch in 42 years.”

Bolling also denied allegations that he had engaged in sexual harassment after reports surfaced that he had sent unwanted “sext messages” to three women (

“Mr. Bolling recalls no such inappropriate communications, does not believe he sent any such communications, and will vigorously pursue his legal remedies for any false and defamatory accusations that are made,” Bolling’s attorney, Michael J. Bowe, said in a statement.

In a separate statement to Breitbart News, Bowe said, “The story is based on anonymous sources and not true. No such unsolicited communications occurred.”

Many conservative journalists who were essentially forced to work undercover during the 8 years of the Obama administration had hoped that the election of Donald Trump would result in a new found freedom of expression.

To date, that has not happened.

If anything, the bloodthirstiness of the left has only increased as a majority of the mainstream media, still reeling with anger over the election loss of their beloved Hillary Clinton, seek to destroy anyone who aids President Trump in his “America First” agenda.

To them, American values, as they once stood, simply can not be permitted to return.

However, what social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter fail to realize is that for every conservative commentator or journalist with a high profile that they shoot down, there are millions of hard core patriots behind them who are willing to make their own voices be heard. The men and women of America who are sick and tired of being told that they are “bad” or “evil” for being a Christian or for even simply being white. Men and women who work hard, pay taxes and all they want in return is to give their own children a better hope for the future.

I am just one voice in a sea of many. My voice may have been silenced (temporarily), but the powers that be are soon to be deafened by the screams of those who stand for the same as I.

To protect our borders. To protect our flag. To protect our children. And to protect our future.





NEW YORK, N.Y. — Conservative talk show host Sean Hannity has gone public with a warning that his own network may be on the brink of its final days.

Hannity, host of a radio news program and evening talk show which bears his name on the Fox News channel, took to Twitter on Friday to vent his frustrations over internal conflict within the network.

Referencing a report New York Magazine that Fox was in the midst of a management “shakeup” after fellow Fox News host Bill O’Reilly was let go amid claims of sexual harassment, Hannity said it would be the “total end” of Fox News if the report was true.

“I pray this is NOT true because if it is, that’s the total end of the FNC as we know it,” he tweeted. “Done.”

“Somebody HIGH UP AND INSIDE [Fox News Channel] is trying to get an innocent person fired,” Hannity then tweeted. “I KNOW WHO it is.” He followed up the tweet with the hashtag #IStandWithShine, a reference to the network’s co-president Bill Shine, who sources say is being targeted for removal.

Hannity was himself the target of what he called a “witch hunt” during the last week as Debbie Schlussel, a woman who had once appeared on his program, came forward to claim that she had been sexually harassed by Hannity, who she claims invited her to accompany him to his hotel room and became angry when she refused . Hannity, however, was quick to fight back and threatened legal action over what he called the accuser’s “false accusations”.

Schlussel soon later retracted her accusation.

The controversy is just the latest in a series of embarrassments that have plagued the news giant since Fox News’ CEO James Murdock, and co-chairman Lachlan Murdock, each the son of media mogul Rupert Murdock, took control over the network after former chief Roger Ailes stepped down after his own sexual harassment scandal.

Fox News has refused a request to issue comment on Hannity’s recent tweets.

Tom Brokaw Visits FOX News Channel's "Hannity"


NEW YORK, N.Y. — Sean Hannity, host of the Fox News’ which bares his name, has come out swinging against an accuser who claims the conservative commentator sexually harassed her.

Debbie Schlussel, an attorney, author and political commentator who had once appeared on Hannity’s show, said on Friday that the married anchor invited her to accompany him back to his hotel suite after the two met up at a book signing in Detroit. Schlussel claims and that after she turned down the married Hannity’s advances, he became angry and she no longer invited to appear on his show.

“He had some event at a bookstore where he signed his book for people standing in line. He asked me to come meet him at this book signing,” Schlussel told radio host Pat Campbell Friday during an interview on Friday ( “So I met him there and it was very awkward. He had me stand up there with him while he signed books and I felt very weird. These people don’t know me and they didn’t come for me to sign their books. So then I left to get ready for the show and he said, ‘Why don’t you come back with me to my hotel?’ and I said, ‘No, I have to get ready for the show.’”

Schlussel said Hannity propositioned her yet again some time later after one of his shows and claimed that after turning him down a second time, Hannity became belligerent.

“After that, I wasn’t booked on his show again,” Schlussel said. “And he called me and yelled at me. I got a very weird feeling about the whole thing and I kind of knew I wouldn’t be back on his show.”

Hannity has been quick to respond to Schlussel’s allegations, claiming the accusations toward him are the result of a witch hunt.

“LET ME BE CLEAR THE COMMENTS ABOUT ME ON A RADIO SHOW THIS WEEK by this individual ARE 100 percent false and a complete fabrication,” Hannity said in a released statement. “This individual is a serial harasser who has been lying about me for well over a decade. The individual has a history of making provably false statements against me in an effort to slander, smear and besmirch my reputation,” the statement reads.

“The individual has not just slandered me over the years but many people who this individual disagrees with. This individual desperately seeks attention by any means necessary, including making unfounded personal attacks and using indefensible and outrageous political rhetoric.

“My patience with this individual is over,” he continued.

Hannity ended the statement with the assertion that he’s “retained a team of some of the finest and toughest lawyers in the country” and plans to sue Schlussel for her “slander and lies.”

The allegations against Hannity come just days after Fox News announced that it was severing ties with “O’Reilly Factor” host Bill O’Reilly after O’Reilly was accused by several women of sexual harassment. O’Reilly, a veteran of over 20 years on the network, was cut from the evening lineup immediately, without the benefit of a final show.

On Twitter on Monday, Hannity referenced the firing of O’Reilly as a “coordinated effort afoot to now silence those with conservative views,” within the Fox News network and speculated that it may be time for conservatives on the network to consider creating their own channel.

In response to Hannity’s threats of legal action against her, Schlussel issued a statement on Monday claiming that her words were “misconstrued”.

In a statement to, Schlussel said she does not think her encounter, which happened in the early 2000s, could technically be considered sexual harassment.

“I would never accuse him of that. Sexual harassment has a special meaning under the law, and I would never accuse him of that,” she said ( “I never thought I was sexually harassed by Sean Hannity, I just thought he was weird and creepy not someone I liked.”

Tom Brokaw Visits FOX News Channel's "Hannity"


NEW YORK, N.Y. — Bill O’Reilly, host of the Fox News evening program “The O’Reilly Factor” has been hit with with a major drop in advertisers amid claims by a former program contributor that she was the target of sexual harassment.

As of Tuesday, nine major sponsors including such brand names as Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, BMW of North America, GlaxoSmithKline, T. Rowe Price, Allstate, and Constant Contact had announced that they were withdrawing ads from “The O’Reilly Factor,’’ as news of the latest controversy surfaced.

The companies say they made the decision to pull advertising from O’Reilly’s program after The New York Times published an article ( in which it claimed that five women who had accused Mr. O’Reilly of sexual harassment had received settlements totaling $13 million.

In addition to the New York Times piece, Dr. Wendy Walsh claimed on Monday that her snubbing of Bill O’Reilly’s sexual advances cost her a paid job at Fox News.

Walsh, a psychologist and former The O’Reilly Factor commentator, claims that O’Reilly asked her to have dinner at the Bel-Air Hotel and after talking about her potential for future appearances on his show, withdrew his offer after she declined his sexual advances.

Fox’s “very tired, tattered playbook” of attacking women who speak out against the network’s “money-makers” needs to close,” said Walsh’s attorney, Lisa Bloom. “No company in America has the right to use its riches to flout the law, and that includes Fox News.”

O’Reilly has publicly denied any wrongdoing via a statement on his website, which reads:

“Just like other prominent and controversial people, I’m vulnerable to lawsuits from individuals who want me to pay them to avoid negative publicity. In my more than 20 years at Fox News Channel, no one has ever filed a complaint about me with the Human Resources Department, even on the anonymous hotline.

But most importantly, I’m a father who cares deeply for my children and who would do anything to avoid hurting them in any way. And so I have put to rest any controversies to spare my children.

The worst part of my job is being a target for those who would harm me and my employer, the Fox News Channel. Those of us in the arena are constantly at risk, as are our families and children. My primary efforts will continue to be to put forth an honest TV program and to protect those close to me.”

Fox News has not yet issued a formal statement on the controversy, but an internal memo obtained by The Hollywood Reporter ( indicates that an internal investigation is ongoing.



NEW YORK, N.Y. — Conservative talk show host Bill O’Reilly is under fire after comments he made about Rep. Maxine Waters’ hair went viral.

During a Tuesday morning appearance on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends”, O’Reilly, when asked about Waters’ comments about president Trump’s patriotism while speaking on the House floor, said that he “didn’t hear a word” Waters said because he was too distracted by “the James Brown wig” that she was wearing.

“If we have a picture of James, it’s the same wig,” joked O’Reilly.

Co-host Ainsley Earhardt jumped in to defend Waters after O’Reilly’s remarks.

“I’ve got to defend her on that. I have to defend her on that,” said Earhardt. “You can’t go after a woman’s looks. I think she’s very attractive.”

“I didn’t say she wasn’t attractive,” responded O’Reilly.

“Her hair is pretty,” countered Earhardt.

“I love James Brown, but it’s the same hair. James Brown — all right, the ‘Godfather of Soul’ — had,” said O’Reilly.

In response to the almost instant backlash over his comments, which many in the African-American community declared racist, O’Reilly quickly issued a public apology to the Democratic senator from California.

“As I have said many times, I respect Congresswoman Maxine Waters for being sincere in her beliefs. I said that again today on ‘Fox and Friends,’ calling her ‘old school,’ ” said O’Reilly in a statement.

“Unfortunately, I also made a jest about her hair, which was dumb. I apologize.”

By Tuesday afternoon, O’Reilly’s comments had become a top trending topic on Twitter.

MSNBC’s Joy Reid tweeted that the Fox News host crossed a “huge, bright, red line.”

“I seem to recall Don Imus being fired for similar commentary about black women; though in that case, not about a *member of congress*,” she wrote in a flurry of tweets. “A man accused of spousal abuse and sexual harassment is attacking a member of congress in crass racial and gender terms on a major network.”

“I love you, Maxine. I want to see you on The Factor,” O’Reilly said on air. “And when hell freezes over, I’m sure that’ll happen.”

When contacted for statement, a representative for O’Reilly said he will have no further comment on the matter.