Donald Trump again comes out and tells it like it is. This time, he has proven to be the most honest politician in history. Technically he is a politician now that he is President. Even though Mainstream Media and Soros owned Republicans are having a heart attack about it, to the rest of us, it is very refreshing to hear such honesty coming from the White House. Anyone who is bothered by President Donald Trump’s comments is an enemy of truth, and promoter of lies. What he said is completely true, and cannot be spun no matter how hard they try.
When Bill O’Reilly said that Vladimir Putin was a killer, the Kremlin responded. While they did not make a comment about President Donald Trump’s remarks, they did request an apology from Bill O’Reilly.
“We consider such words from the Fox TV company to be unacceptable and insulting, and honestly speaking, we would prefer to get an apology from such a respected TV company,” spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday.
“As for statements by the U.S. president, I would prefer not to comment in this case,” Peskov said.
So, should O’Reilly apologize for his comments about Vladimir Putin? While I completely agree with President Donald Trump’s desire to work with Russia and avoid World War 3, I am afraid I am going to have to side with the O’Reilly Factor on this one.
Weather or not Bill O’Reilly’s statement was true or insulting does not matter. This is America, and because of our Freedom of Speech, Bill O’Reilly is protected. Vladimir Putin asking for an apology from Fox News, holds even less water than Donald Trump asking for an apology from CNN, New York Times, MSNBC, and more for telling outright lies. There would be no point in asking for an apology because they would never give it to him, and he is their own President.
What Bill O’Reilly said about Vladimir Putin is nowhere near as bad as our own Mainstream Media continually calling Donald Trump “Hitler”, who was responsible for over eleven million deaths, even though he has never killed anyone. I am afraid their apology will never come.
As of Monday morning, no apology was forthcoming from O’Reilly.
— The Moscow Times (@MoscowTimes) February 6, 2017