Charles Krauthammer, for one, is not that impressed with the long-term implications of Saturday’s feminist march on Washington.
…at least not on the same scale as Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly.
Appearing on “The O’Reilly Factor,” Krauthammer shared his assessment of the anti-Trump marches in D.C. and other cities around the nation — an effort O’Reilly insisted was not a spontaneous event, but organized by far-left groups that receive millions of dollars from liberal boogeyman George Soros.
“The media are trying to call this the ‘Tea Party of the left,'” Krauthammer said. “They have been kicking themselves for missing the Tea Party phenomenon, which became enormously important in the [midterm] elections of 2010.”
The Democrats lost both the House and the Senate in that sweeping election.
“So they have been trying to look for that on the left, beginning with Occupy Wall Street, which was a group of spoiled and unemployed college students,” he continued. “My question to the Saturday marchers is, ‘Where the hell were you on Election Day?’ I don’t think there’s a movement here.”
The segment concluded with a humorous exchange between Krauthammer and O’Reilly, who was trying his best to convince his guest the march was an orchestrated “whip up” to help get Trump out of the White House before his four-year term is up.
“I think there is something more nefarious going on behind the scenes than you do,” O’Reilly said.
“Oh, come on,” Krauthammer replied, before adding with a chuckle, “So you’re afraid of these women, are you?”
This prompted O’Reilly to shoot back, “I’m not afraid of anybody.”
“Yes, you are,” Krauthammer said, needling “The O’Reilly Factor” host in a way few others could hope to pull off. “You sound terrified.”
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