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O'Reilly Lists Media Matters, Gawker As Organizations That Aren't "Really Looking For The Truth"

April 24, 2012 9:11 pm ET

From the April 24 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor:

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Previously:

O'Reilly Drops Evidence-Free Charge That Media Matters Called Him Racist Over Obama Interview

O'Reilly Lashes Out At Media Matters, MoveOn, Soros, "Awful Hatchet Men"

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    • Author by draftedin68 (April 24, 2012 9:14 pm ET)
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      I saved this clip.

      Next time I accidentally poison myself and need to quickly induce vomiting, I'll watch it.

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    • Author by pete x tp (April 24, 2012 9:14 pm ET)
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      Bill0 wouldn't recognize the truth if it performed an unspeakable act on his southern orifice.
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      • Author by wolf kotenberg (April 24, 2012 10:58 pm ET)
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        last time the truth bit him in the seat, it cost him several million to shut her up.
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        • Author by stevensm (April 25, 2012 12:36 am ET)
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          Ain't that the truth! LOL!

          And nevermind that MM and Gawker just happen to be 2 websites that have rightfully taken BillO to task on several occassions. They aren't afraid to call him out for his bullbleep behavior/words and BillO can't stand it. The truth is more powerful than your deceptive, bullying ways, BillO.
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        • Author by MiniTru (April 25, 2012 7:31 am ET)
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          last time the truth bit him in the seat, it cost him several million to shut her up.
          And I'll bet he still doesn't know the difference between a loofah and a felafel.
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      • Author by johnsta (April 25, 2012 6:22 pm ET)
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        I wish bill would devote an entire show(for a week) to debunking all the lies MMfA tells about him, complete with facts and charts and anything he needs to correct the vicious lies this site makes up about him.

        But, I'm pretty sure he would be out of material to work with before he even got to the first commercial break.
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    • Author by tbone (April 24, 2012 9:18 pm ET)
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      Given that they post verbatim clips of you Bill, I may have to concede your point.
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      • Author by BDA (April 24, 2012 10:16 pm ET)
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        That is the thing about MMFA that I love most. That MMFA doesn't write articles that tell us their interpretation of what is going on and what other people said. They just post the asinine comments of idiotic conservatives and just plain hucksters. They use their resources to research the truth and/or other opinions to fight back against people who publish hate and lies. Without sites like MMFA, 99.9% of us wouldn't have the abilities or ambition to determine who is lying and when. 20 years ago, I used to listen to Rush Limbaugh because there wasn't any other talk radio available, and I didn't know the degree of lying that he put forth every day. I stopped because I thought he was just too mean to the Clintons.

        If I wanted opinion, I go to Politico or TPM, or Huffington post. I go to MMFA for the unvarnished truth. Plus I get to match my debating skills against all of you.
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        • Author by MickD (April 25, 2012 12:58 am ET)
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          I say again...why is the mighty FoxNoose concerning themselves over a website? Goliath angry, small stone to follow.
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        • Author by curiousindependent (April 25, 2012 7:19 am ET)
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          I too listened to limbaugh in his early days. However, I thought that he was a parody guy, doing his impression of an over-the-top far right whack-job. I laughed my @ss off for days over his shtick. Then I found out, to my utter astonishment, that he was actually serious.
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          • Author by Area Man (April 25, 2012 10:08 am ET)
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            He was Colbert before there was a Colbert. Neither he nor his listeners realized it. You were on to something.
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    • Author by CAL (April 24, 2012 9:24 pm ET)
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      FOXPAC ..... Cashing in by knowingly decieving their audience (customers).

      How exactly is this any different than some huckster hocking a worthless product by making false claims about it? He'd be in jail. By contrast, FOXPAC has a seat on Press Row, hosts Presidential primary debates, and is allowed to pollute the airwaves with lies while it hides behind a completely innacurate label. I'll keep saying, this is very dangerous stuff and has already caused immeasurable damage to our political system. We need to wake up to reality fast.
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    • Author by somnambulist (April 24, 2012 9:25 pm ET)
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      Gawker? Aaaaaahaha. They're not claiming to be a "news" outlet. They've never claimed to anyone that they're out to give balanced opinions. They've never said they wanted to be a trusted media source. Quite the opposite. They're there to inform but in a manner than entertains. It's why people go there. Curious about news but in a format that won't instantly depress them.

      They attempt to be factually accurate (and do offer corrections), but past that they have no problem saying whatever they want. That goes for the entire Gawker Media Group. Asinine headlines are what always get the most views and comments. You could call it "The Onion Lite" since it involved real-life stuff.

      Gawker is kind of like the FOX Nation, except it has a great sense of humor, isn't affiliated with a news source with a slogan Fair and Balanced, and exists to entertain rather than inform/suggest.
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      • Author by curiousindependent (April 25, 2012 7:21 am ET)
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        Gawker is kind of like the FOX Nation, except it has a great sense of humor, isn't affiliated with a news source with a slogan Fair and Balanced, and exists to entertain rather than inform/suggest.
        How is that like FOX? The only thing I see in that sentence that resembles FOX is the slogan. They aren't a news source, they don't inform.
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      • Author by bintx (April 25, 2012 9:26 am ET)
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        That may be so, but the Fox "mole" got them a picture of O'Reilly on a boat with a group of folks which included a topless young lady.
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    • Author by bailorgana (April 24, 2012 9:36 pm ET)
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      What do you know Billo has something in comon with them.
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      • Author by Bongo Fury (April 24, 2012 9:44 pm ET)
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        To me, Bill is sounding Limbaughesque. He senses the Sword of Damoclese coming to Fox and is just pulling stuff out of _______.
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        • Author by bailorgana (April 24, 2012 9:46 pm ET)
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          Last night he went after Ashley Judd, for being pro-Choise, but not one thing on Ted Nugent.
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    • Author by Quicksilver M.S (April 24, 2012 9:46 pm ET)
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      O'really asks ? .. .. be Honest now ..!
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    • Author by GBU-15 (April 24, 2012 10:08 pm ET)
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      I guess this is payback for the drubbing you and the Dooce just recieved. If more Liberals fought back against Fox propaganda they would become even more venomous. Robert Reich challenged Billo to a debate anytime anywhere. The gauntlet has been thrown down. Does Billo have the guts to pick it up? Colbert just called the Dooce a brown-nose for Romney! Too hilarious!
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    • Author by YouTubeJEFF9K (April 24, 2012 10:22 pm ET)
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      How untruthful can unedited recordings be?
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      • Author by curiousindependent (April 25, 2012 7:22 am ET)
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        Well, considering that O'Really is in them, they can be extremely untruthful.
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    • Author by whatIthink (April 24, 2012 10:40 pm ET)
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      This from a man who is obsessed with loofahs, thinks he's just like Jack Bauer, thinks Glee is turning kids gay, follows Rush's lead on Fluke, claims MMfA lied by using his own word, and so on.

      He lies so often, you'd think that there would be a website dedicated to tracking his lies.

      Moron.
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    • Author by blk-in-alabam (April 24, 2012 10:42 pm ET)
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      Media Matters is not looking for the truth.This is the reason they monitor and post lies from fox news and so-called conservative republican party media.....Watching fox news,and so-called conservative media is not the place to look for,and find the truth...
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    • Author by pete592 (April 24, 2012 10:48 pm ET)
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      Right, Bill, they're not really looking for the truth, they're just constantly finding it by accident.
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      • Author by Bongo Fury (April 24, 2012 11:27 pm ET)
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        Typical Fox "talent" is Bill. It involves manipulation of language to avoid admission of guilt. Retire Bill and farm loofahs.
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    • Author by everettbme (April 24, 2012 11:25 pm ET)
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      Makes sense, if they aren't really looking for the truth that must explain why they spend so much time looking at fox. Most people know that fox is the place where the truth goes to die (or be made over).
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    • Author by datruthfarmer (April 24, 2012 11:50 pm ET)
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      Billo is the mouthpiece of the number one Republican SuperPac. He is a True Believer.
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    • Author by bintx (April 25, 2012 9:25 am ET)
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      O'Reilly's upset because Gawker posted a picture of a younger O'Reilly on a boat with a topless young lady.
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    • Author by NiceguyEddie (April 25, 2012 12:07 pm ET)
         
      Bill O'Rielly couldn't find the truth if it was in his pants.

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      IMHO
      UTOPIA
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    • Author by historygeek001 (April 25, 2012 5:12 pm ET)
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      What do you think the word "truth" means, O'Reilly?
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