Bill O'Reilly Literally Destroys Leftists NBC/MSNBC, The Den





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Bill O'Reilly Literally Destroys Leftists NBC/MSNBC, The Denver Post


MSNBC on Friday [09-26-08] stopped airing a commercial by two liberal groups that makes an issue of John McCains past bouts with skin cancer.

"The ad had not been thoroughly vetted prior to air, and has since been removed from our commercial rotation," NBC spokeswoman Allison Gollust said in an e-mail. She did not elaborate.

The 30-second ad was financed by Democracy for America and Brave New PAC, two liberal groups that have already aired another anti-McCain ad. Democracy for America is headed by James Dean, the brother of Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean.

MSNBCs decision came a day after Fox News' Bill O'Reilly denounced the ad on his program as "perhaps the most vicious political ad of the campaign." O'Reilly singled out Howard Dean's brother and Brave New PAC's Robert Greenwald, a California film producer, for blame, and also mentioned Jeffrey Immelt, the CEO of NBC parent company General Electric, and NBC CEO Jeff Zucker. "They should be ashamed, but they are anything but," OReilly said.

One day after O'Reilly exposed the dispicable ad NBC dropped it, prompting Bob Eugene from the Denver post to write the following, "MSNBC has notified the ad's sponsors, Brave New PAC ... that it will no longer run the ad. The network's action came a day after National Windbag Bill O'Reilly attacked NBC for running the ad."

On last night's Factor [9-29-08], O'Reilly called out the liberal Denver post for the attack, "That just infuriates you — doesn't Bob? The fact that we were correct and you are far left loon. The fact that we can bring justice to light and your nutty crew gets hammered, Bob? The Denver post should be very proud have a guy like you on the staff."


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