Greg Gutfeld and Bernard McGuirk joined Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly Friday night in a must-watch segment on a story that had them so outraged they could barely speak about it.
Americans were horrified this week to learn that prestigious Columbia University has a cop-killing, convicted felon on its staff, and that ultra-liberal actor/director Robert Redford was glorifying this terrorist radical in an upcoming movie.
The three men named their “Pinhead” choices for the week, two of them related to Columbia adjunct professor Kathy Boudin, 69, who served 23 years in jail for her participation in an armed robbery that killed two police officers and a security guard, all Vietnam War veterans, in 1981.
Gutfeld was so disgusted he said Boudin belongs in a cemetery, not teaching at an Ivy League university.
O’Reilly was so furious he said, “Ms. Boudin better hope she doesn’t run into me on the streets of New York.”
Adding insult to injury, McGuirk said, is Redford’s new movie, “The Company You Keep,” that is loosely based on the story of Kathy Boudin and her terrorist Weather Underground friends.
To give you a hint as to the type of people chosen as “Pinheads” this week, O’Reilly described what he would like to do to these people:
Now, what I want to do, is put [the three “Pinheads”] on a raft and push it toward Cuba. The three of us will go to Key West, we’ll get them on a raft, and the three of us will push it right toward Cuba and the current will take it.
Watch the discussion that had the three so outraged from “The O’Reilly Factor” here: