What The Media Is Not Telling You: The Dark Conspiracy Behind Fox News Removing Bill O’Reilly

By Theodore Shoebat

Fox News just got rid of Bill O’Reilly, and as I see it, this is part of a conspiracy to advance the homosexual agenda and to also push Nazi eugenics. I explain all of this in my video:

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  • infowolf1

    research shows that kids from small families can be smarter because there is better quality interaction with adults, and especially whether large or small family, the mind develops better where there is discipline at the dinner table, everyone doesn’t speak at once or caucus off together but they get to hear adults talk and learn things. So it isn’t genetic its social.

    • Grandmere

      Ever heard of “the greatest generation”? My father was of that generation. He was one of six. My mother was one of five. Throw that “research” in the garbage. It is a lie.

    • mspip

      discipline is good no matter if there are 2 children or 10. interaction in family is needed but also there must be order or it comes down to chaos.

    • Julie LaBrecque

      So my grandmother wàs one of 16 – guess they were all iignorant

    • Kelly Ann

      Gee my aunt had 25 children, best kids you will ever meet, they certainly blow that research out of the water.

  • infowolf1

    This whole thing not only shows the left right paradigm I false, but something else. That you cannot make connections of supposed inherent tendency of capitalism with straights and communism with homosexuals and all other systematic theories of political consistency. This doesn’t necessarily go with that like some say. Birchers and others were good at spinning this picture but it is false. and capitalism itself is not a coherent value system and the finance and monopoly type plus emotional bias to view oneself as a feudal nobility sort (consider the term “captains of industry” and “empire”) works against the usual small to mid size business capitalism.

  • Kamau41

    Excellent analysis, Theodore. What you have accurately revealed, now makes total sense as to why Fox News has gotten rid of Bill O’ Reilly. I have no doubt whatsoever, he will be replaced, mostly likely Carl Tucker, who will push perversity/Eugenics-Social Darwinism at high gear. The fact that this network station has already been doing it for quite awhile now, it’s simple to connect the dots.

  • Raph Sebastian

    Wasn’t he top bill for Cable News for the last 15 years? Why FOX dares to change what has been their top grossing opinion program aired at prime time for the last decade if not more? They’ve just killed their golden goose and Theo is right, they will replace him with an Alt-Right puppet, it’s not that O’Reilly wasn’t a slave to the system himself.

    O’Reilly recently on a interview said with reference to his book “Killing Jesus”, he said that it was unlikely that the LORD spoke while on the cross. O’Reilly says he is a Catholic of Irish decent but has differing views on abortion and the sacraments as Catholics do.

    • Стефан Евгений

      O’Reilly says he is a Catholic of Irish decent but has differing views on abortion and the sacraments as Catholics do.
      Well then he is not a Catholic. Even the Orthodox teaching is guite clear on these 2 topics.

    • mspip

      o’reilly was a breath of fresh air. if you like him or not, he was plain spoken and original. a rarity on the boob tube. his dealing with women, who really knows??? i don’t know what his views on abortion and sacraments are or were…. i will miss his outspoken and truthful views. may not even watch the “factor” any more, maybe once or twice to see just what they are promoting.

      • “i will miss his outspoken and truthful views. ”

        Me too. I met the man years ago. I like him.

        • richinnameonly

          I liked him in general, but either he didn’t “get” certain things or just knew he couldn’t go there for business reasons. Also partial to him as he grew up on Long Island as I did. Hannity is a Long Island guy also, from my hometown of Franklin Square. SOME people from NY turn out okay.

      • Raph Sebastian

        Well, I will be honest and say that I have heard him speak in person at our alumni and I have watched his personal interactions with “the common folk” that tend to swarm around him at such events. I have very little regard for the man when it comes to his personal life and his behavior. Having said this though, his opinions on his show were brutally honest but delivered in a little high handedly, actually educated many with regard to politics and current events.

        • mspip

          education is something sorely needed. my opinion of him is two sided. he may have been sort of haughty but i have learned a good bit from this imperfect man.

      • Kenny

        Bill O’Reilly sexually assaulted women. And you’re okay with that?

        • mspip

          he has been accused of doing that. proof???? lots of rich men have been in that situation. some women are out to get $$ from men who may not have done anything wrong. if he did that it is definitely not okay. neither of us really know…

  • AnthonyM

    The times I saw O’Reilly’s show, it consisted of his reading the news bullet points displayed on the screen, so that was not for me.
    Flirting in the office can be considered harassment, especially to support an agenda, as you mentioned.

  • luis

    Hanity next ?

    • susan

      At this rate, they can all form their own show and with no “restrictions.” Whatever happened to Greta? I used to watch her pretty regularly.

      • luis

        Greta is on msnb. She seems very nice but I was surprised to find out she’s a scientologist. they are some nutty cult

        • susan

          That’s true. It’s nabbed some very smart and generous people. There was a tv show exposing the truth. I don’t know if it’s on anymore.

    • richinnameonly

      I would think that’s very possible, although I wish that FOX would get even further away from the rest of the TV media and not change to be more like them.

  • susan

    Sighs… It’s too bad Rupert didn’t have more kids. Maybe one of them would have had more moral fortitude. But they want to purchase sky news. And their social wives want power. So Bill went down the drain. Maybe he’ll learn it’s possible to speak a few words from his cross. I hope he’ll come back one day in another venue perhaps. And he’ll probably have to pay for it himself. But in a world growing in darkness and deception we need truth…and we’re not going to get it from two-timing tucker.

    And when did we get to a place where if any woman says it, then it must be true? 🙁

  • Grandmere

    Pride goes before destruction. Bill O is a pompous a*s. I never liked the guy. Bu-bye!

  • Stephen Dalton

    What conspiracy?! Billy Boy had a no fly zone in his pants, and his failure to keep it zipped up brought him down!

  • Filip

    It looks like George Soros has deep pockets. . .

    • susan

      He’s all over the place. And he’s not the only one. He’s just more well known in my opinion. We have Beck to thank for publicizing it.

  • Filip

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL…. We shouldn’t go against sodomites? Uhm… Remember Sodom & Gomorrah?

    these fags need to understand that… the society cannot exist with homosexuals… first off.. they introduce the highest level of perversion into society… they literally open the gate towards everything being OK,like pornography, prostitution… rape, gangbangs etc, thus depravation at MAX within a society… not to mention all the tears it causes in parent’s eyes that their children will never reproduce as GOd left it to be. God himself is saddened by this… disgusting thing called homosexuality.

  • susan

    Thanks for exposing those Tucker Carlson interviews. I was trying to find out if he’d be someone we could trust and on which subjects he’d be a follower of Jesus Christ. Now i know. He’s two-timing our Lord. Sodomy is nasty, nasty, nasty. Eugenics is terrifying. I wonder how many Down’s syndrome’s children are aborted each year by parents who’ve felt pressured not to bring an “imperfect” child into the world. Lord have mercy.

  • Lidia

    I heard that the Liberals want Tucker Carlson out too.
    I also heard that the two Murdoch sons are liberals, like their wives, and as soon as their father dies, Fox News will change dramatically. It looks like they are starting the transition now. Sky News will be next. There will be no REAL or TRUE conservative news network left on TV. They-the evil ones- will later take over the whole internet. Like Ted said, we will go underground. The Truth will come out!!!!

    • mspip

      hopefully pa murdoch will be around for a while. there is enough garbage already.

  • Lidia

    Ted, this website is interesting. This article plus more articles about Afghanistan.
    Russia is getting involved in Afghanistan again. I’m afraid it will turn out to be another Syria with the U.S. and Russia getting involved and maybe opposing each other.

    http://thediplomat.com/2017/02/4-reasons-russia-increasingly-favors-the-taliban-in-afghanistan/

    http://thediplomat.com/2016/01/revealed-why-isis-hates-the-taliban/

    http://thediplomat.com/2016/04/russias-plan-for-afghanistan/

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Always liked Bill – have many of his books. I did like his no-spin demeanor.

    • susan

      Maybe he’ll do radio. I keep hoping one day a light bulb will go off in that thick head of his and he’ll have the Shoebats on. 😉

  • Kkdgrace

    This is what bothers me- as far as I know, there have only been accusations against O’Reilly, no concrete proof. I heard he settled a case out of court but that doesn’t prove complicity. Sometimes it is the less expensive course- less court-time, less time being dragged over the coals in the media, etc. Shortly after settling, he suddenly has new accusations? Accusations that now lead to him being pushed out at Fox? I don’t watch TV, but my Mom does, and she had the TV on this morning- other “news-talk” shows are speaking of his guilt as “a given”. That’s what I hate- everyone is tried in the media and are always guilty…until proven innocent (and even then it’s a maybe). Except once the name is tainted, one is ALWAYS guilty, no matter what- just from the constant media exposure. The Murdock name has been brought up at other times- like with the ousting of Judge Nap for a short period…and, over truthful statements he made on air. I DO NOT TRUST FOX NEWS.

  • susan

    Seriously?? Where do you come up with this stuff?

  • susan
    • I’ll show this to Ted. People forget we are spiraling downward not upward.

  • Vinny Zee

    I would like to see O’Reilly reconcile with Savage. I did not enjoy watching their relationship sour. When we did not see O’Reilly around much this past year or so, even during the heat of the political election late fall, I had a feeling it was either his health or something else, but that it wouldn’t be long before he was off the air.

    There are two realities here. First, liberals will not stop their assaults no matter what, and taking down one of the biggest faces on TV has always been their goal. Two, liberals are slow, and conservative thinkers are always thinking several steps ahead of them. They attacked at a medium most true conservatives long ago abandoned.

    Strong TV personalities are a by-gone era. Most true conservatives don’t spend much time looking to the networks to provide them any serious analysis. Most follow the Drudge Report or other alternative media sites. Besides, most people who are able to analyze any situation critically do not go to the cable outlets to get the news as much as to analyze how the outlets are portraying “news” to us.

    O’Reilly had a charming wit. He was sharp, critical, and intellectual without being verbose. But even he had his allegiances. He was one of the foremost pushers of the increasing narrative of the “evil” Russia. In some areas he appeared to be sliding toward the middle. In the end, beyond his talking points and the first two guests, his show was not worth watching beyond the initial 20 minutes. Jesse Waters was really saving his show, which was why you always found him in the second to last slot. Waters kept the viewer hanging around. In the last few years, O’Reilly’s repertoire of guests waned and in the end it was a stale cast of mediocrity.

    O’Reilly should be honored and remembered for his contribution to prime time cable news. He taught many people how to cut through ambiguity and make a point. His ratings were the envy of everyone else on TV. His contributions are numerous. In the end, his demise is a signal to everyone else the fight in the “culture war” (as O’Reilly termed it) is far from over.

  • Kenny

    You’re absolutely insane. You should be committed to an intense inpatient psychiatric hospital for the rest of your unnatural life.