O’Reilly says Tarantino ‘destroyed his career’ for Black Lives Matter grandstanding; is he right?

Bill OReillyBill O’Reilly is tired of Hollywood liberals and the mainstream media spreading lies about police violence.

The Fox News host started his show, Monday, by going after Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino in particular for his involvement in a Black Lives Matter protest in New York City this week that occurred just days after an NYPD officer was killed by a career criminal.

O’Reilly pointed out that 48 percent of drug offenders in prison are Hispanic, 27 percent are black and 22 percent are white.

“To Tarantino, who lives in a world of his own, facts don’t matter,” O’Reilly said. “He has no problem, Tarantino, with spreading big lies.”

And O’Reilly believes it will have an effect on Tarantino’s bottom line.

“I think he destroyed his career because anybody hearing that is gonna go ‘You know what, maybe I’m not gonna see his movies,” he said.

Meanwhile New York City’s Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association has called for a boycott of Tarantino films.

This comes on the heels of another Hollywood lefty, Seth Rogen, being hit by a boycott as his new film “Steve Jobs” bombed at the box office.

Rogen was boycotted for launching a tirade against Dr. Ben Carson on Twitter that included the comedian saying “f**k you” to the 2016 Republican presidential candidate.

Perhaps, as these left wing libs start getting hit in the pocket, they might realize that most Americans don’t agree with their radical positions.

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