WaPo Tells The Truth For Once: The Left’s ‘Mission Was to Bring Down Bill O’Reilly’

WaPo Tells The Truth For Once: The Left’s ‘Mission Was to Bring Down Bill O’Reilly’

This is proof that even a broken clock is right twice a day.

When you hear that the Washington Post is writing a story about the Bill O’Reilly debacle, your first instinct might be to roll your eyes and scoff. Their history as being a left-leaning rag leads you to believe that they’re going to be dragging his name through the mud, mocking him for being forced off air by Fox News.

Shockingly, you would be wrong in assuming that.

Saturday’s front page was dedicated to the story surrounding the controversy surrounding former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly. In a surprising deviation from their normal tactic of bashing conservatives and Republicans, WaPo actually called out the left in a headline that read: “Mission was to bring down Bill O’Reilly.”

Attorney Lisa Bloom stated to her client and O’Reilly’s accuser Perquita Burgess that her mission was to “bring down Bill O’Reilly.”

The Washington Post also notes that “the best way to attack a news company is by making news.” Bloom pushed the story into the mediasphere as hard and as often as she could, even asking Los Angeles radio personality Wendy Walsh – who had appeared on O’Reilly’s show – to hold a press conference regarding the allegations. While she has no intention of suing the media star, Walsh did detail her own story of being offered a regular contributor position by O’Reilly, who she claims tried to get her to come back to his hotel room after a dinner. When she refused, the offer disappeared.

It should also be noted that one of Bill’s representatives would later call the story “false.”

While the particulars of the case can be debated as being “he said-she said,” one thing remains crystal clear: the mission was always to bring down Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.

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