O’Reilly CHALLENGES non-Fox media over white supremacy myth; ‘You want a war?’

Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly blasted the mainstream media and anyone who continues to feed the growing toxic narrative that America is a white supremacist nation.

“It’s an amazing thing to watch,” O’Reilly began on the “The O’Reilly Factor” Wednesday.

“No longer is it white privilege. Now, it’s supremacy, the allegation that white Americans are actively trying to keep black Americans down,” O’Reilly said.

He called the “cowardly” media’s relentless portrayal of America as a racist nation an “outrageous Tower of Babel” and played a disturbing montage of incendiary commentary covered on other networks.

O’Reilly defended his employer, saying Fox News is the only TV network “that does not accept the blatant dishonesty that America is a white supremacist nation.”

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O’Reilly hit on the socioeconomic factors he feels hurt the African American community in particular. He claimed real racism comes from refusing to recognize that deterioration of the family, violence in the streets, and failing schools are what’s “driving poverty and dysfunction.”

O’Reilly acknowledged that while racism exists in marginalized factions, it should not define the vast majority of Americans who vehemently reject it.

“There is no organized effort to harm black people by white people,” he said. “That doesn’t exist here.”

O’Reilly really became charged when he used President Obama and presidential hopefuls Gov. Bobby Jindal and Dr. Ben Carson as American success stories that fly in the face of the white supremacist narrative carried by the mainstream media.

“I’m not going to sit here any longer and take this garbage,” he charged. “You want a war? You got a war!

“And the liars who distort the record are on notice. You will be held to account.”

 

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