MSNBC host challenges Bill O’Reilly and his ‘thug lawyer’: ‘Come and sue me… I dare you’

Smelling blood in the water, liberals are coming on strong in condemnation of Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly over reports that his network has paid out $13 million to women who have accused him of sexual harassment.

…with liberal pinhead Lawrence O’Donnell leading the charge.

In a statement to The New York Times, O’Reilly has dismissed the charges, saying his prominence makes him a target.

“Just like other prominent and controversial people, I’m vulnerable to lawsuits from individuals who want me to pay them to avoid negative publicity,” the statement read. “In my more than 20 years at Fox News Channel, no one has ever filed a complaint about me with the Human Resources Department, even on the anonymous hotline.”

With advertisers dropping O’Reilly’s top rated show, rival networks who have failed for 20 years to compete are pouncing, as seen Sunday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy.”

O’Donnell was a guest and he took issue with O’Reilly’s “thug lawyer” for suggesting they may consider legal action against one of O’Reilly’s accusers, Wendy Walsh.

“I believe that Bill O’Reilly sexually harassed Wendy Walsh,” he told host Joy Reid.

Though his crystal ball was nowhere in sight, O’Donnell went on to declare the Fox News host guilty, before issuing a challenge of his own.

“I believe Bill O’Reilly is a sexual harasser,” he said. “Now, according to O’Reilly’s thug lawyer, I’m sue-able right now. Go ahead. Go ahead. Come and sue me, Bill O’Reilly, I dare you.”

O’Donnell, who pronounced Fox News a “cesspool of sexual harassment and abuse of women,” would love to be the beneficiary of such relevancy, should O’Reilly take him up on the dare… but don’t hold your breath.

For the strong of stomach, the full segment on “AM Joy” can be seen below.

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