Bill O’Reilly appeared on Newsmax TV and revealed the fact that he has a team of lawyers working on his case over liberals and George Soros getting him fired. O’Reilly claims that his lawyers have already uncovered bombshells but said he can’t reveal what they are because his lawyers begged him to keep his mouth shut until the lawsuit has been filed. He says that should be just in a few weeks.
O’Reilly claims that they have uncovered an organized plot to not only get him but fellow Fox News host Sean Hannity as well. O’Reilly blames himself for not fighting back because he thought it was not necessary and praised Hannity for the way he did fight back. O’Reilly was the top political commentator in the country and had been with Fox News since it’s inception in 1996. Since he’s been gone both MSNBC and CNN have made gains, mostly MSNBC.
“In hindsight, Sean did it the right way,” O’Reilly said. “I should’ve done it that way, but I didn’t.”
“This was no accident our sponsors were attacked. This is very well organized. They tried to with Hannity. Hannity actually fought back. I didn’t. I should have. For reasons that I cannot explain now, I did not,” O’Reilly explained.
“Hannity knows they’re looking to get him,” the conservative commentator added. “He said it. But I admire Sean, and I admire how he handled situation, because he brought it directly to the folks and the sponsors stopped. He lost a few, but they stopped. So, he was successful in fighting off the attack.”
“But there will be more,” O’Reilly warned.
When asked to explain what he meant by “more,” O’Reilly detailed that although he will stay quiet about the details in the immediate weeks, his team of lawyers have a lot of bombshell information on those who brought him down.
O’Reilly even foreshadowed a future battle in court.
“We have a lot of information, but my lawyers are begging me not to say anything,” he said. “We’re going to drop it in the next few weeks, and it’s really, really stunning how organized that was and what these people did.”
“I want to let the legal people handle this. I do believe there will be litigation, so I’m going to let them take the lead and then after it’s out, then I’ll comment further on it,” O’Reilly explained.