Bill O’Reilly appeared with fellow Fox News hosts Megyn Kelly and Brian Kilmeade at Long Island University’s Greenvale campus when a question from the audience made his eyes bleed, sent his skull into the stratosphere and caused him to launch into a diatribe against New York City’s Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The trio made individual presentations at a fundraiser for a Catholic parish Thursday before joining onstage for a Q&A session, according to Gawker.
“Have we reached the point where there are more people on the free ride—for example, the people on the free ride getting welfare—than those who are actually working for a living?” Kilmeade read aloud from a list of pre-selected questions.
After describing the rise from his own humble Levittown roots, O’Reilly said, “Today, a lot of Americans, you know, Hey, gimme gimme gimme, you know, they’re not willing to pay the price to succeed. It’s growing, I’m hoping we can reverse that, but it’s growing.”
Kelly mentioned that she didn’t personally know anyone who felt that way. O’Reilly was only too happy to help her.
“I want to introduce you to de Blasio!” he countered, and brought the house down. Kelly had to agree.
“The thing is, you work so hard, and you finally start earning some money, and you have people like de Blasio telling you you’re not paying your fair share, that you’re somehow bad, that you need to pay more, and you haven’t earned it.” she said.”
“I want to beat him up!” O’Reilly added, eliciting still more applause.
“Give him a little Levittown!” Kilmeade chimed in.
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