Peter King & Bill O ReiIlly's - In Your Face - Hypocrisy
Watch As Stephen Colbert Plays Bill O'Reilly With Steve Martin
NSA Poker Tells, Secret Service Prostitution, O Reilly's & The Conservative Senate's/Congress's "Trixie" & Newt Gingrich's Open Marriage
Given the evidence here it is reasonable to assume that Democrats & Conservatives have separate sources of Prostitutes. Notice this strange interaction:
It must be a VERY common occurrence amoungst Conservatives for Bill O Reilly to use that as an example. Or maybe they are pretending that is so because most GOP leaders seem to get caught doing gay stuff.
2:35 "Have you built a time machine so you can go to Brothels in the 1930's?" John Oliver
Good News! You're Not Paranoid - Check Out This Video CAREFULLY...
Bill O Reilly's concern here isn't that some conservative senator has been to some "massage parlor" to meet "Trixie"... his concern is that Senator getting caught. Nothing more, nothing less. So all the above scandals which are out in the open apply to the scandals that are still hidden. What we have here is a consistent pattern of behavior that can't possibly be coincidence.
Look at 2:05 again: Megyn Kelly responds to O Reilly's GOP leaders whorehouse comment with an embarrassed laugh - The same woman who calmly talked about her husband and his 'naughty blonde reporter' gets embarrassed! Why? She was fine talking about strippers and drugs before(at 2:20,here)? Is there some sort of hidden meaning to this?
By the way, notice how when Megyn Kelly has a serious memory problem & Jon Stewart catches it... it's Bill O Reilly that comes running to her defense. Making no sense but to be a 'knight in shining armor' in the honorless GOP means it's basically the thought that counts or something else.
Now, check out the following video, from which the above clip originates, in full...
Days Before Scandal, Interior Got Ethics Award Oh, the irony. Just before the Department of Interior's inspector general released reports that laid bare the oil-and-sex scandal in the department's oil royalties office this week, Interior won an annual award from the federal Office of Government Ethics, The Post's Mary Pat Flaherty and Derek Kravitz report. The inspector general said Wednesday that federal officials in the Mineral Management Service's royalty-in-kind program allegedly were plied with alcohol and expensive gifts from industry representatives, and in some cases had sex and did drugs with them. The Denver-area office takes in roughly $4 billion each year in oil and natural gas reserves from companies drilling on federal and Indian land and offshore.