Bill O’Reilly Was Just Hit With Intense Allegations That Could Get Him In Trouble

The liberal website Gawker reports a “source” told the outlet that Fox News Media personality Bill O’Reilly physically abused his wife in 2011. O’Reilly has responded through his attorney that the allegation is “100 percent false.”

O’Reilly and his former wife, Maureen McPhilmy, completed a three year custody battle three weeks ago regarding the two children from their 15 year marriage, which ended in 2011.

Gawker reports:

According to a source familiar with the facts of the case, a court-appointed forensic examiner testified at a closed hearing that O’Reilly’s daughter claimed to have witnessed her father dragging McPhilmy down a staircase by her neck, apparently unaware that the daughter was watching. The precise date of the alleged incident is unclear, but appears to have occurred before the couple separated in 2010. The same source indicated that the daughter, who is 16 years old, told the forensic examiner about the incident within the past year.

O’Reilly issued this categorical denial through his attorney: “All allegations against me in these circumstances are 100% false. I am going to respect the court-mandated confidentiality put in place to protect my children and will not comment any further.”

According to Politico, McPhilmy won custody of their two children.

O’Reilly is often the target of liberal media attacks, and so far the only “evidence” regarding the veracity of the claim comes from Gawker. There is apparently no police record or other current evidence to further substantiate the alleged incident happened.

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Watch: In Fiery O’Reilly Debate On Texas Terror Attack, Megyn Kelly Nails It With This One Question

The assault by two terror suspects on the Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas was the subject of an intense discussion Monday night between two Fox News anchors who clashed over whether the group promoting the event provoked the attack by purposely insulting Islam. Appearing on The O’Reilly Factor, Megyn Kelly passionately defended the group’s free speech right to have the event, provocative or not.

As Mediaite noted of the segment on the show, Kelly challenged Bill O’Reilly when he wondered aloud if there weren’t a better way for the group to make its point, rather than to “light the fuse,” after which violence explodes.

Kelly argued that no matter how “offensive” the actions by Pamela Geller’s cartoon drawing event might be to Islamic jihadists, there was no excuse for the gunmen’s attack outside the center where the several hundred people in attendance were concluding their event. As Mediaite reported about Megyn Kelly’s defense of the group’s actions:

“…the point they were making about free speech was a solid one. The First Amendment, she said, isn’t meant to protect popular speech; it’s meant to protect ‘the most outrageous, offensive, incendiary speech.’”

Kelly concluded the segment with a question that made her point crystal clear. You can see what that key question was by clicking on the video above.

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WATCH: Here Are The 2 Key Words Krauthammer Just Used To Predict Clinton Campaign Outcome

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“It won’t be a coronation, it’ll be a worship service.” That’s how Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer described what he believes will await Hillary Clinton as she seeks the party’s nomination at the Democratic Convention.

But Krauthammer also told Bill O’Reilly Monday night that the convention is one thing, and the general election is another altogether.

“If the Republicans can put up a dynamic candidate,” said the analyst and commentator, Hillary Clinton is “easily beaten.” And Krauthammer put a pithy bottom line on his reasoning in two powerful words describing the former secretary of state’s fatal flaw — “glaring inauthenticity.”

By clicking on the video above, you can watch Charles Krauthammer also utter a word that liberals will no doubt blast him for using — he said Hillary is “old,” politically, which is in line with what Sen. Marco Rubio said in announcing his entry into the race.

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BERGDAHL BOMBSHELL: See What Was Just Revealed That Destroys Obama’s Flimsy Cover Story

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If reports about a 2009 NCIS investigation into Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s disappearance from his Army unit in Afghanistan prove true, then even more serious questions could be raised about President Obama’s knowledge of the accused deserter’s questionable activities.

According to Fox News, the highly respected Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) turned up “clear evidence” of Bergdahl’s intent to walk away from his post — to go over “to the other side” — before he was taken by the Taliban and held hostage for five years.

The NCIS report, based in part on an examination of Bergdahl’s computer, was prepared long before President Obama announced the prisoner swap that led to Bergdahl’s release — long before Obama celebrated the soldier’s freedom in a self-congratulatory Rose Garden event with Bergdahl’s parents.

On “The O’Reilly Factor” Monday night, Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer, an intelligence expert, revealed disturbing findings in that as yet unreleased NCIS report, including information that Bowe Bergdahl was interested in making contact with Russian organized crime figures.

Lt. Col. Shaffer contends that the 2009 NCIS investigation suggests Bergdahl was, as Bill O’Reilly put it, “mentally imbalanced,” which makes the Obama administration’s contention that Bergdahl served with “honor and distinction” all the more detached from reality.

You can see Bill O’Reilly’s revealing interview with Shaffer by clicking on the video above.

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Bill O’Reilly And Glenn Beck Clash Over Future Of Republican Party

Glenn Beck, Bill O'Reilly

Founder of TheBlaze Glenn Beck joined Bill O’Reilly on Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor to discuss earlier comments made by Beck about leaving the Republican Party.

Last week, Beck spoke about leaving the party due to its inability to stand on principles and failure to stand against Obamacare and immigration.

“I’ve made my decision. I’m out,” he said. “I’m out of the Republican Party. I am not a Republican, I will not give a dime to the Republican Party. I’m out.”

O’Reilly pushed back against the comments, suggesting Beck would vote for Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and therefore not be leaving the Republican Party.

Beck argued that “blind support” for the party should be avoided, speaking to voters who simply vote for the D or R. But while he said that Cruz is his guy for now, he added that he would also support Senator Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wis.

“Here’s the thing — don’t vote for parties,” Beck said, with O’Reilly agreeing. “Don’t blindly support the parties. Support the people.”

h/t: The Blaze

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