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Glenn Beck has people on Twitter Buzzing About Real Motivation Behind O’Reilly Ousting

An internal email and social media postings has led people to believe that Bill O’Reilly’s firing was orchestrated by Media Matters and Democratic donor Mary Pat Bonner. It should be noted that Media Matters is an activist group funded by George Soros.

A day prior to O’Reilly being fired, his attorney Marc Kasowitz released a statement calling the sexual harassment accusations a “smear campaign” aimed at character assassination. Kasowitz said his law firm had “irrefutable evidence” supporting the statement.

An e-mail obtained by The Blaze founder Glenn Beck appears to confirm that Media Matters had colluded with Bonner to pressure advertisers to boycott “The O’Reilly Factor.” Bonner recently served as a donor adviser to Hillary Clinton‘s failed presidential campaign.

A Twitter post by Media Matters president Angelo Carusone one day before O’Reilly was fired promised that not only would O’Reilly be ousted, but so would Fox News co-president Bill Shine.

Beck’s tweet received a lot of play on Twitter:


After he was fired, Bill O’Reilly released a statement calling the accusations baseless. “It is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims,” he said.

O’Reilly has told his viewers for years that liberals were trying to destroy Fox News because of its success and worldwide reach. Fox News Channel’s ratings crush liberal cable news networks CNN and MSNBC daily.

Even though FNC employs many outspoken liberals like Shepard Smith, Juan Williams and Bob Beckel, it is the only major conservative TV news outlet. For this reason, Bill O’Reilly has often said on “The O’Reilly Factor” — the No. 1 cable news show for the past 16 years — that Fox News’ rivals were out to get them.

Liberals may be celebrating O’Reilly being fired, but they don’t realize that the new prime-time lineup is even more conservative politically without O’Reilly.