O’Lielly’s fans recall with fondness his offer to the terrorists for a free pass if they bomb San Francisco. And who could ever forget those sweet little nothings he whispered in his staffers’ ears?
According to an article in the upcoming New Yorker, the twit has continued his criminal ways:
- He threatened a caller with “a little visit” from “Fox security”… and since when has Fox security had any jurisdiction anywhere? As a security professional, I can tell you security personnel have no more legal authority than you or I.
- He threatened NY Times columnist Frank Rich and editor Bill Keller, saying “we’ll just have to get into their lives”.
- He advocated the murder of LA Times editorial page editor Michael Kinsley, saying “…until they grab Michael Kinsley out of his little house and they cut his head off”.
His “thriller”, Those Who Trespass – described by the New Yorker as a “revenge fantasy” – steals a scene from John D. MacDonald’s “Travis McGee” novel A Tan and Sandy Silence.
God, what a retard.