Bill O’Reilly’s heated discussion with a Black Lives Matter supporter became so intense it provoked the Fox News host to pull his guest’s microphone in the middle of the debate.
O’Reilly confronted Keith Boykin about a letter, sent by Democratic National Committee CEO Amy Dacey to Black Lives Matter leadership, proposing a “town hall” with Democrat candidates organized by the race baiting group.
“Would you be comfortable with the Republican Party bringing in the Stormfront — the Nazi people — and saying we would like our candidates to talk to you guys. Would you be comfortable with that?” O’Reilly asked.
Boykin responded that he would not, but O’Reilly countered that “they are an extreme group, the Nazi Party. The Black Lives Matter is also an extreme group as you have heard,” referring to a video clip of its protesters calling for “dead cops.”
Boykin tried to talk over the host to get his point across, but O’Reilly was having none of it.
“You’re either going to stop talking or I’m going to cut your mic off,” he said, before making good on the threat and saying “Your time is done.”
Watch the entire heated exchange, which also included Georgetown law professor and former deputy staff secretary to President Bill Clinton, David Goodfriend.
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