On July 20, Bill O’Reilly and his No Spin News on the First News Channel covered issues surrounding the COVID19 vaccine. (11:18) O’Reilly has been a steadfast supporter of this vaccine. He got his and his children have theirs. He has no doubt that this is an effective vaccine against COVID, with little chance of side effects. He trusts the assurances from the CDC. Everyone should get vaccinated to stop the spread, according to him.
O’Reilly is also a firm believer in personal choice when it comes to getting vaccine.
What was interesting to me were his comments on “anti-vaxxers” and how they’re censored by almost all the mainstream media. He even brought up Robert Kennedy, Jr. and his new book (which he didn’t name, but we will: The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health). He said no network will cover this.
Here is the audio from the show:
O’Reilly: (20:40) …I believe that the data that is being reported is accurate, not a hundred percent accurate, but mostly. That’s what you have to base life decisions on.
An offshoot of this and a very interesting offshoot is that on the Fox News Channel—remember the liberal media will not tolerate any media anti-vax stuff.
You won’t hear it, and if they somehow get a hold of it, they’ll demonize the person.
Robert Kennedy, Jr, a Democrat liberal, wrote a book, it’s out now, that the vaccinations are bad.
He’s an anti-vax guy; always has been.
Kennedy is a fairly big name; he can’t get on any of these shows. You can’t hear his point of view.
You can read the book, they’re carrying the book. It’s on Amazon. Saw it the other day.
But Kennedy himself is not going to get booked anywhere.
The only outlet, television-wise, that has an anti-vax contingent is the Fox News Channel, but the anti-vaxxers there are in a minority.
Most of the people working at Fox are encouraging folks to get the vaccine. …
The two biggest names at FNC are Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity.
Hannity last night came out and said, you’ve got to get vaxxed, but Carlson is skeptical.
So you’ve got back-to-back hours where one guy is skeptical and the other guy is saying, get vaxxed.
It doesn’t matter. I mean, I admire any network where you can have a diversity of thought and opinion put forth because the CNNs, the NBCs, the ABCs—there’s no diversity of thought.
There’s just one thing, and everybody knows it. …
But it does put the Fox News organization in a difficult position because…they’re just saying opposite things, which is fine. …