Bile O’Reilly is either drunk or deranged. We report, you decide:
Not surprisingly, Franken has some fierce critics, among them the host of "The O'Reilly Factor," whose face adorns the book's cover. "You have a movement among the ultraleft to discredit me and Fox News Channel any way they can," O'Reilly said yesterday. "They can't win the debate. They can't win the ratings war. So let's turn to defamation and we'll hide behind the satirist's label to defame. We don't have to be honest and accurate. It's a charade -- people see it for what it is. It had to be exposed, and that's what that lawsuit did."
Huh? Franken was “exposed?” Now that’s spin! Read the news, Bile:
"This case is wholly without merit both factually and legally."
Even O'Reilly conceded that "we never thought we were going to win the lawsuit. We wanted to expose the vicious tactics being used by the far left."
Admission of filing a frivolous lawsuit? Rule 11!
O'Reilly said this was a minor error that he was happy to correct. Franken, he said, "is not a satirist. He's an activist" and part of an effort to "destroy" Fox News.
Vast Left-Wing conspiracy, Bile? “C’mon, you’re nuts!” (My Bile O’Reilly impression)