Bill O’Reilly egged on a lively debate with his colleagues Friday night.
Fox News contributors Eric Bolling and Geraldo Rivera, who thinks the Second Amendment is “stupid” and the NRA is “full of baloney,” joined the Fox News ratings king to hash out a few things.
In his “Talking Points Memo,” O’Reilly focused on the “huge amount of energy” President Obama is investing in climate change and guns, while the two most important issues facing the country are the economy and Islamic terrorism.
“It is hard to believe that Mr. Obama thinks crazy people, criminals, and terrorists are going to stop murdering because the FBI is conducting more background checks,” O’Reilly said, although he stated that he does support those checks.
“Thank goodness you’re in favor of background checks,” Rivera said smugly.
O’Reilly told Rivera flat-out, “It doesn’t matter what you think.”
But Rivera moved on quickly to the subject of climate change.
“Ask your children about climate change!” he said, lamenting that his 10-year-old asked him if she should be afraid of all that climate change stuff.
“Because they’re scaring the hell out of the kids,” O’Reilly said.
On yet another hot topic, Bolling said Obama is trying to divert attention from his failure to stimulate the U.S. economy.
“President Obama is working on two legacies, climate change and guns, because the economy isn’t working for him,” Bolling said. “We have the lowest labor participation rate in 40 years! And the more imminent threat than climate change or guns is homegrown terrorists.”
The part you don’t want to miss is around the 5:04 mark where O’Reilly rips into Obama’s tears over Chicago and dares Rivera to shoot him down.
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