Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Corporate Blackmail Out to Get Bill O'Reilly 21 Companies pull ads and demand his firing on bogus sexual assault allegations

It's the same old game of cooperate blackmail and selective outrage. 
Bill Clinton can assault 1,000 women in broad daylight in Times Square and not a fuss would be made.  And the National Organization for Women have the nerve to open their pie holes?  But, during the Monica Lewinsky affair these clowns were missing in action.  Hypocrites!
Daily Mail reports twenty-one companies have pulled their ads from Bill O'Reilly's show after a report revealed seven women had accused the Fox News host of sexual harassment, verbal abuse, and inappropriate behavior.

O'Reilly's show may be taking a financial hit after BMW, Mercedes, Hyundai, Ainsworth, Constant Contact, Sanofi, GlaxoSmithKline, Allstate, Esurance, Untuckit, Mitsubishi, T. Rowe Price, Credit Karma, Lexus, Bayer, Wayfair, Orkin, True Car, MileIQ, The Wonderful Company, and the Society for Human Resources Management all announced they would be removing their ads.

The list is expected to grow, with the Sleeping Giants setting their sights on The O'Reilly's Factor after the anonymous group first launched a campaign that led Breitbart to lose more than 1750 advertisers.

The backlash comes after a report in The New York Times revealed O'Reilly and Fox News paid five women $13 million to settle four cases of sexual harassment and one incident of verbal abuse in the past 15 years.

In addition to the five women, Wendy Walsh, a regular on his show, along with Andrea Tantaros, a former Fox News host, also accused the 67-year-old of inappropriate behavior.

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