O’Reilly insulted by ‘the PEOPLE’S house’ lit as rainbow: What’s next, ‘liberalism is good’ banner?

Top-rated Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is disgusted by President Obama’s lighting the White House exterior with rainbow lights following the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing same sex marriage.

On “The O’Reilly Factor” Monday, O’Reilly said the move was a veritable slap in the face to those opposed to gay marriage and he was “surprised to see the White House doing a victory lap using actual White House property.”

Liberal Juan Williams countered that “the president can give out Medals of Freedom, he can celebrate the military — a celebration of a Supreme Court decision, that’s government, that’s establishment.”

Mary Katharine Ham shot back that it was a “football spike” that “does not comport with his own record on gay marriage.”

“Could liberals and everyone please stop pretending that he was some sort of brave leader on this issue, that Hillary was some sort of brave leader on this issue?” she asked. “He changed his mind in 2012 when Joe Biden forced him to, and Hillary changed it less than a year ago.”

O’Reilly closed by saying “it was wrong and insulting to light up the White House like that.”

But it should be no surprise from a president who acts like he single-handedly killed Osama bin Laden.

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