Sun. Mar 29th, 2020

Women’s Rights Group To Protest Outside Fox Rape Channel Tuesday, With Aerial Banner, “Fire Sexual Predator Bill O’Reilly”

It’s horrifying to see how many right wing women support Fox Rape Channel and many of them are mothers of young ladies, and yet the message is, “I don’t care what a powerful man does to other women, I support them as long as they are preaching my right wing rhetoric.” Bill O’Reilly is the Bill Cosby of Cable News, and any women or even men with daughters who watch this network should take a  long look in a mirror, and no amount of Bible thumping will cover up your filth and what you truly are. Calling oneself a Christian is a right wing gimmick. But those who are Christians, would NEVER support racism, rapists or sexual abusers. The fact that many of you do, speaks volumes, which is why you all yourselves Christians, while the rest of us wouldn’t dare call you that by mistake.
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Ultraviolet, a women’s rights group leading the charge against Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly amid his sexual harassment controversy, is planning a protest for Tuesday in order to demand that he be fired from the network.

 

In the past few weeks since The New York Times reported that O’Reilly and Fox News have allegedly paid $13 million to women who claimed that he sexually harassed or verbally abused them, several groups have boycotted and called for advertisers to drop The O’Reilly Factor. 

 

Ultraviolet has called for a boycott, and later published an open letter to 21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch to fire O’Reilly, which read in part, “We are sexual assault and domestic violence survivors and their loved ones, writing once again to ask you to rid Fox News of its culture of gender-based abuse.”

 

The group now has a protest planned for Tuesday, to be held at Fox News headquarters in New York, which includes a plane to fly a banner reading “Fox: #DropOReilly, The Sexual Predator.”

“Fox News has a problem with sexual assault — and it’s bigger than just Bill O’Reilly. For years, Fox News executives have provided cover for Bill O’Reilly’s systematic harassment and abuse of other Fox New’s employees — making it hard to take their promises to investigate such crimes seriously,” Shaunna Thomas, co-founder of Ultraviolet, said in a statement. “Fox News needs to prove to the public — and its advertisers — that the era of covering up sexual assault is over. That means — firing Bill O’Reilly immediately and conducting a comprehensive and independent investigation into sexual abuse at the network — firing anyone involved in, or complicit in covering up, those crimes.”
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
Photographs are Courtesy: Fox News
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